The building known as 65 W. Broadway will have a brick facade—and it’ll be 10 stories instead of the previously announced eight. Check out the rendering.
2017 SHOP-LOCAL GIFT GUIDE (PART 3)
Because there’s a credit card in your pocket, and baby it’s ready to roar! In this round: Otte, Rag & Bone, Playing Mantis, Alumnae, Patron of the New, Gurhan Atelier, Consort (above), and Gloria Jewel.
CHRISTMAS AT THE WOOLWORTH BUILDING
Come experience the magic: This beloved masterpiece by architect Cass Gilbert opened in 1913 and was the tallest building in the world for 17 years. Long-closed except to its tenants, its magnificent vintage lobby is now open daily for public and private group tours by pre-registration only at www.WoolworthTours.com. Sponsored.
WICKED JUICE AND KITCHEN HAS CLOSED
The word on the street is that something far less healthy is taking over the space.
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SEEN & HEARD
••• 12/4: Violent attack by candy peddlers. Plus: Neighbors set up GoFundMe drive for homeless friend; Judah Friedlander on Tribeca; Flour Shop bakery is open and making “explosion cakes”; Parm’s postcard; 1984 map of Tribeca by Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly.
••• 12/5: Canvas Home sample sale (above). Plus: Signage for SLT’s Tribeca studio; work happening in former Acappella space; Mark Kozelek and Kevin Corrigan’s Christmas concert at Roxy Cinema; Nadler town hall.
••• 12/6: Town Stages has opened. Plus: Tap dancing show at the BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center; how to apply for Community Board 1; “Fashion Victim” TV shoot; Lilac fundraising drive.
IN THE NEWS
••• 12/4: Victory for clocktower access (photo by Brett). Plus: The Smyth hotel was sold; fashion designer Ji Oh’s Tribeca favorites; city agency appears to push Water Street arcade privatization; addressing the problem of vacant storefronts.
••• 12/5: Lower Manhattan wish list. Plus: P.S. 89 parents want more security; a visit to Let There Be Neon; Serafina is opening a Caribbean resort.
COMMUNITY BOARD 1’S DECEMBER AGENDAS
What’s being discussed: Two weeks of fashion events at Spring Studios; street fairs for 2018; variance for the new condominium at Sixth Ave. and White Street (above); Five Boro Bike Tour; privately owned public space compliance; more. Read the annotated agendas.