More Drinking at Eataly

From Community Board 1…. The agendas can be seen here, and they often change without notice. My comments are indented on the line below.

Please note that this is a preliminary list. Notify CB1 two days in advance if wheelchair access is required.

6/5 Battery Park City Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Metropolitan College, 60 West Street
1) Patrick Murphy, Vice President of Institutional Advancement – Update on Peace Officers and Local Statistics
2) Run/Walk and BPC Project updates by Nick Sbordone, Battery Park City Authority
3) South End Avenue: Updates from Walk-through and revised BPCA Designs by Joe Ganci and Gwen Dawson, Battery Park City Authority – Discussion and possible resolution
4) West Thames New Community Space Update by Gwen Dawson, BPCA

6/11 Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office, 1 Centre Street, 19th Floor – Southside
1) New York Stock Exchange Proposed Plan – Presentation by Josh Nachowitz, Downtown Alliance

More on that here.

2) 4 Dutch Street, Board of Standards and Appeals application for a Physical Culture Establishment Special Permit – Resolution
3) 90 Hudson Street, Department of Transportation application for Revocable Consent – Resolution

From the DOT: “If you intend to install a structure on, under, or over a City street or sidewalk, you must petition for a revocable consent from the New York City Department of Transportation. This page gives an overview of revocable consents and the revocable consent review process. DOT will only grant revocable consents for certain types of improvements.”

4) Special Tribeca Mixed Use District Zoning – Discussion and possible resolution
5) Land Use Application Scope – Discussion

6/12 Youth & Education Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board 1 – Conference Room, 1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Reso A Funding Application for IS 289 – Possible resolution
2) Community Education Council District 2 Meeting Regarding Change of Middle School Rubric – Possible resolution
3) Pace University Emergency Preparedness Program – Presentation by Safety Department
4) Staten Island Express Bus Redesign Project – Report

6/13 Licensing & Permits Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office, 1 Centre Street, 19th Floor – Southside
Additional information about specific State Liquor Authority license applications is available by request to the Community Board 1 Office man01@cb.nyc.gov.

Battery Park City
1) Waterfront Plaza at Brookfield Place, 250 Vesey Street, application for corporate change for liquor license for Tartinery Liberty LLC – Resolution
2) Waterfront Plaza at Brookfield Place, 250 Vesey Street, application for alteration for liquor license for Tartinery Liberty LLC – Resolution
3) The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk café permits and recurring street closure permits:
—4 World Trade Center, application for alteration of liquor license to add three wine carts for Eataly

Have you noticed how more and more of what used to be shopping at Eataly is now restaurant/bar?

—395-397 South End Avenue, application for renewal of liquor license for Le Pain Quotidien

Seaport/Civic Center
1) 33 Peck Slip, application for unenclosed sidewalk cafe for HHC 33 Peck Slip Holdings LLC AKA Bellini/Mr. C Seaport – Resolution
2) 95 South Street, Building G, application for liquor license for Pier 17 Seafood Restaurant LLC – Resolution
3) 45 Beekman Street, application for wine, beer and cider license 45 Beekman Operations LLC – Resolution

That’s chef Massimo Sola’s Sola Lab.

4) 229 Front Street, application for liquor license for Rose, Inc. – Resolution

The former Keg 229 space. I suppose it’s possible that “Rose, Inc.” refers to Rose Huntington Whiteley’s beauty website, Rose Inc.

5) The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk café permits and recurring street closure permits:
—129 Front Street, application for renewal of hotel liquor license for Exchange Hotel
—146 Beekman Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Fresh Salt

Tribeca
1) Street Activity Permit Office application for New York Fashion Week: The Shows; Street event; Setup begins August 29, 2018 at 12 AM; Event spans from September 6, 2018 at 9:00 AM through September 13, 2018 at 9:00 PM; Breakdown finishes on September 15, 2018 at 11:59 PM; St Johns Lane between Laight Street and Beach Street (clo); Laight Street between Varick Street and St Johns Lane (clo); Varick Street between Broome Street and Watts Street (clo); Beach Street between Varick Street and St Johns Lane (clo); Laight Street between St Johns Lane and 6th Avenue (clo); Varick Street between Laight Street and Beach Street (clo); Varick Street between Laight Street and Beach Street (fsc) – Resolution

I’d be curious to hear from any local business owners as to whether the fashion shows help business. I suspect they must, and yet I also wonder whether the action is contained at Spring Studios.

2) 95 West Broadway, application for an unenclosed sidewalk cafe for Serafina Tribeca Restaurant LLC AKA Serafina – Resolution
3) 266 Canal Street, West Store, application for change in class from restaurant wine license to liquor license for August Gatherings Corp. – Resolution
4) 412 Greenwich Street, application for liquor license for Wisefish Poke – Resolution

More on that here.

5) The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk café permits and recurring street closure permits:
—251 Church Street, application for renewal of unenclosed sidewalk cafe for Two Hands Tribeca LLC AKA Two Hands
—325 Broadway, application for renewal of wine, beer and cider license Wichcraft
—120 Church Street. application for renewal of wine, beer and cider license for Schnippers
—409 Greenwich Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
—404 Broadway, application for renewal of liquor license for Chipotle Mexican Grill
—86 Chambers Street, application for renewal of wine, beer and cider license for Hank’s Juicy Beef
—181 Duane Street, application for renewal of liquor license for Max Tribeca

Financial District
1) Street Activity Permit Office application for the Murray Street Exponents Festival; Single block festival; Friday, September 21, 2018; 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM; Park Place between Broadway and Church Street – Resolution (Tentative)
2) 75 Broad Street, application for liquor license for DW Broad Street LLC – Resolution
3) 4 South Street, application for wine, beer and cider license for American Brew + Press, Inc. – Resolution
4) New Amsterdam Plein and Pavilion, application for wine and beer and cider license for Waves Grill – Resolution
5) 40 Exchange Place, application for liquor license for Split Eights – Resolution

The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change, minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, renewal of sidewalk cafe permits and recurring street closure permits:
—3 Hanover Square, application for renewal of liquor license for Fontana Restaurant
—5 Murray Street, application for renewal of liquor for the Manhattan Proper
—32 Old Slip, application for renewal of liquor license for Convene

6/14 Landmarks & Preservation Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board 1 – Conference Room, 1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) 22 Barclay Street, application by St Peter’s Church to legalize existing 9/11 cross and to approve permanent location of statues – Resolution

Related, a little: Why does the Church Street side of St. Peter’s always reek of urine, even in the rain?

2) South Street Seaport, application for Winter Village – Resolution
3) Proposed letter to Landmarks Preservation Commission regarding 53 Beach Street alternations

6/18 Housing Sub-Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board 1 – Conference Room, 1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Affordable Housing in CB1, Adele Bartlett, Deputy General Counsel, Office of the Manhattan Borough President
2) Guide to Unit Ownership – Update
3) Affordable Housing List – Update
4) 421g – Update

6/19 Waterfront, Parks & Resiliency Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Manhattan Borough President’s Office, 1 Centre Street, 19th Floor, South Side
1) DeLury Square Park Modifications – Discussion with George Bloomer, RLA, Senior Landscape Architect, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation and resolution
2) Warren Street Dog Run – Discussion with Terese Flores, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation and possible resolution
3) Temporary Public Art, Collect Pond Park and Peck Slip – Presentation by Elizabeth Masella, Public Art Coordinator, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation
4) Elizabeth H. Berger Plaza Public Art – Presentation by Todd Fine, Washington Street Historical Society
5) Tin Building Construction – Update by Howard Hughes Corporation

6/20 New Board Members Orientation – 5:00 PM
Location: Community Board 1 – Conference Room, 1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Introducing chairs and staff to the new members

6/20 Executive Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board 1 – Conference Room, 1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Review of current public members – Discussion
2) Board meeting locations – Discussion
3) Committee reports

6/21 Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board 1 – Conference Room, 1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) Alternate Side Street Parking Regulations and Film Permits – Follow up discussion
2) Exclusive Zones for Commercial Waste Collection – Discussion and Presentation by Drew Weber, Alliance for a Greater New York
3) Loading/Unloading Zone in front of 57 Reade Street – Discussion with possible resolution

6/25 Resiliency Sub-Committee – 6:00 PM
Location: Community Board 1 – Conference Room, 1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) NY Rising – Presentation by Claudia Filomena, Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery
2) Passive House – Possible resolution

6/26 CB 1 Monthly Meeting – 6:00 PM
Location: 3 World Trade Center, 68th Floor

Here’s your chance to get high up in 3 World Trade Center (above), which opens June 11.

All documents relating to the above agenda items are on file at the Community Board 1 office and are available for viewing by the public upon written request to man01@cb.nyc.gov. At all meetings, additional items may be raised as “New Business.”

 

3 Comments

  1. To answer your question about the Church Street side of St. Peter’s, my guess is the subway grates. That stretch of the entrance to the E train (underneath) ranges from barely tolerable in the winter time to “get out your gas mask” in the summer.

  2. Because our Mayor is absolutely fine with public urination.

  3. Now now Vima-no one is fine with pubic urination!
    There are just some groups of people who are arrested
    and others who are not.

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