Newsletter: July 11

HOBBY LOBBY COMING TO TRIBECA
The massive national¬† crafts and home goods chain — they have more than 1000 stores — will take on of the spaces at 270 Greenwich, above Whole Foods. They also have a corporate commitment to Biblical principles.

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BPC’S PLANS FOR THE REBUILDING OF ROCKEFELLER
The reconstruction of the park for resiliency efforts will take five years, starting in 2025, and cover all the waterfront areas of BPC from the South Cove to the esplanade behind Stuyvesant High School.

SEEN & HEARD
Westside Fest this weekend. Plus a show at The Opening Gallery; Wine Spectator’s annual list; Westside Fest this weekend.

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CATCHING UP: PINE & POLK HAS CLOSED;
KABIN HAS OPENED

The speakeasy and provisions shop on Spring closed this winter; the new cocktail bar has a Norwegian theme and opened in time for mid-summer.

COMMUNITY BOARD AGENDAS FOR JULY
The committees will discuss BPCA’s plans for rebuilding Rockefeller Park, the Safe Haven shelter for 105 Washington, and more.

IN THE NEWS
Best restaurants in Tribeca. Plus the Tribeca Film Festival party at the Odeon; a new gallery at 52 Walker; no new affordable housing here.

 
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