Seen & Heard: Tribeca MedSpa gets its own face lift

Tribeca MedSpa had its own little rejuvenation recently – shutting down in January to remodel each room and expand into the basement for admin, so there are now three additional treatment rooms upstairs. Camille Meyer opened the business here in 2006, and she just took on a 20-year lease. Much of her staff has been here that whole time too. “I want people who love what they do,” said Camille, who lives in BPC and whose son is in pre-k. “They always want to know more.” Their expertise is the “non-surgical face lift,” which means they do this sort of thing instead: injectables, Nova Threading, Cellfina, Ultherapy, Sculpsure, Fraxel, chemical peels and dermaplaning.

Seen: #bestbillboardever at Canal and Centre, picture by LCS. If you can’t read the fine print, it urges you to “#eatlikeandy.” So when did Burger King get so good at marketing??

The Hudson River Park Friends got folks out on Saturday as part of its “Green Team” – regular gardening events for volunteers. If you want to join in, the work generally starts at 9:30a on a Saturday, and is as of now scheduled for April 27, May 4, June 8, June 29, July 13 and 27, August 10 and 17. For those who want to commit six hours a month or more, you can also get trained to be a Neighborhood Gardener. For more info visit here or email

Seen: Luis Vazquez – aka Fidi Fanpage – on the side of a, wait, is that a phone booth? on Broadway. Oh, and that’s also Fiesta, a Tibetan Terrier, who has some neighborhood recognition herself. When I asked Luis if I could run the photo, he said he’s actually running a contest. Post this photo on Instagram and tag #fidifanpagecontest to be eligible for a $100 gift certificate at Da Claudio’s.

Seen: D. caught this snap of Citibank replacing a pane on its new building.