Real Estate

Newsletter: Oct. 11

Lower Manhattan Community Church
The Westside
NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: THE WESTSIDE

Former Intermix owners Haro and Sari Sloane Keledjian have taken turned half of their kids’ clothing store, Everafter, into an outpost of their new brand for adults. “The Westside is a laid-back, bohemian, one-stop shop for all things casual and comfortable,” says Sari. Take a look around.

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TRIBECA THEN AND NOW: THE UNKNOWNS (PART 3)
Many of Jane Freeman’s photos from the 1980s and 1990s were taken at locations I’ve been unable to identify. Do you recognize any of these buildings?

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SEEN & HEARD
••• 10/8: Greca’s new menus. Plus: Truck crash on W. Broadway; Japanese restaurant changing its name; gallery returns to its former Leonard Street home; 70 Vestry’s lot-line “windows”; Battery Park City parks survey results.
••• 10/9: Gentleman’s Barber Spa has opened. Plus: The Smyth hotel changed its name for real this time; progress at the Cast Iron House sidewalk; big Weill Cornell medical facility; “Law & Order: SVU” shoot.
••• 10/10: New kids’ theater. Plus: Rosie Assoulin sample sale; peeking into the Maharishi store; satirical novel set in Lower Manhattan; Broadway address clarification.

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IN THE NEWS
••• 10/8: Inside a 56 Leonard pied-à-terre. Plus: Van listed as lodging on Airbnb; deals on new condos; more on the cop and veteran to get a street-naming; Bogardus Plaza plant giveaway; ferry costs keep increasing; a previous incarnation of Trinity Church.
••• 10/9: McNally Jackson’s Soho store is closing. Plus: Manhatta review; changes likely coming to Brookfield Place; Morgenstern’s ice cream opens this week (above).
••• 10/10: Politicians push back on P.S. 150 move. Plus: The two-year construction of Pier 26 has officially started; 28 Liberty skyscraper is on the market; advertising company wants to put cellphone boosters on newsstands.

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IT HAPPENED HERE
“Among the first tenants was Ferris Bros., manufacturers of corsets. The company offered corsets for all ages of users, including (hard to believe today) infants.” Read more about 81 White and five other buildings recently added to the History of Tribeca Buildings database.

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