In the News: History of a “Butter and Egg” Building

••• “Stefano Callegarithe Italian chef credited for inventing the wildly popular ‘pizza sandwich’ known as the trapizzino — will open his first NYC pizzeria in Soho this September. La Rossa will serve Roman-style pizza al taglio as well as round pizzas and other Roman dishes. Located at 267 Lafayette St., near Prince Street, the 32-seat pizzeria will be an homage to the Roman foods Callegari has built his reputation on. His cacio e pepe pizza will be on the menu, along with the ‘testa rossa’ pizza made with Campari-marinated mozzarella.” The signage has been up for  couple months, but new pizza is always worth mentioning. —Eater

••• Allied Maker tells its story. —Business of Home

••• “Doormen at a Broad Street condominium threw down their bellhop caps and went on strike Thursday, vowing not to hold even a single door open—until Saturday.” —Downtown Express

••• “Worker Injured During Wall Removal at Newly Opened 3 World Trade Center.” —Tribeca Trib

••• “Bowling Green Association chairman Arthur Piccolo wants the MTA to name the new footbridge on the battery Tunnel entrance after the under-appreciated patriot-spy Hercules Mulligan.” —Downtown Express

••• “Lappin Tea operated from 188-190 Duane in the early 20th century—leaving the ghosts of its painted signage visible today.” —Daytonian in Manhattan


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  1. If he wanted consideration in Battery Park, Hercules Mulligan should have donated to Cuomo’s campaign.