Newsletter: Jan. 30

LOFT PEEPING: THE WOOLWORTH’S PAVILIONS
The two pavilions of Cass Gilbert’s Woolworth Building — a National Historic Landmark — have access to the roof of the building’s base so there’s no better view of its quirky features.

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ACTION AT THE IPN STOREFRONTS
There are some plans afoot for the storefronts along Greenwich at Independence Plaza, many of which have been shuttered since 2014.

A SUMMER DAY CAFE CLOSED?
The restaurant — part of Matt Abramcyk’s Neighborhood Projects Group — seems to be closed for a private party, maybe for good?

FOR ALL YOU LOVERS OUT THERE
Grab Your Sweetheart & Join Us for a Rendezvous at The Roxy. We’re Crushin’ it this Valentine‚Äôs Day with Live Tunes and Sweet Treats! Michael Garin will be Performing at 6pm followed by Dandy Wellington at 8pm. Make it a Date. / Sponsored

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THE LATEST AT 105 HUDSON
Tiger Tiger, which first aimed for 161 Duane then got its liquor license at 105 Hudson, has actually settled on Howard Street as Tyger, leaving the prime corner up for grabs.

SEEN & HEARD
Groundhog Day at Duane Park. Plus seeking information on the homeless woman from Duane and Greenwich; a Chinese new year celebration at the malls; Andrew Carmellini outlet coming soon to Pier 17.

RAZZLE DAZZLE BARBERSHOP HAS CLOSED
Elena Linares brought her own brand of sass — and some life — to the corner at Church and Duane.

THE HISTORY DESTROYED AT 70 MULBERRY
The Museum of Chinese in America housed its entire collection at the building — save what’s on display — and curators are assuming it is now all lost.

45 BROAD CONSTRUCTION DELAYED
Citing market issues (ie, slower than optimal Fidi sales) the developers for a 1115-foot condo have put it on hold, and also reduced it by 80 feet.

 

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