Real Estate

Newsletter: Jan. 10

Fasano Soho prospectus
FASANO’S FIRST U.S. HOTEL WILL BE IN SOHO
The Brazilian hotel company is taking over an existing property, with renovations expected to be completed in 2021.

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This Sunday, join Come Back Daily, Tribeca’s neighborly CBD and wellness destination, for a special five-course brunch, with drink pairings included, crafted by José DeJesus from Fox’s “Hell’s Kitchen.” Guests will be welcomed with home-brewed non-and-alcoholic refreshments, and savor a CBD-infused tasting menu— filet mignon with hollandaise and French toast bread pudding are just two of the tasty dishes. Accompanied with infused drinks like cucumber basil lemonade and a tropical fruit sangria, it’s a delicious and fun experience for both your palette and spirit. Purchase tickets to either the 12:00PM or 1:00PM seating on Ticketleap. Sponsored.

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QUIZ: DEAD RESTAURANTS (PART 8)
“The street-art murals and tattoo photographs are presumably there to add edge—whether a huge close-up of someone’s navel piercing stimulates your appetite is another question.” Last call for this series! Can you identify these 14 deceased restaurants?

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SEEN & HEARD
••• 1/7: The Tribeca Party. Plus: Sunday Night signage on Jay; Giorgia will share space with another boutique; longtime sidewalk shed finally coming down; T. Kang Taekwondo has moved to a new location; 55 Broadway improvements; Battery Park City condo offering.
••• 1/8: Kori’s status remains unclear. Plus: Discussion of Regal Battery Park liquor license pushed to February; Century 21 now offers made-to-measure suits; Elizabeth Berger Plaza delayed; imminent demolition of big West Street building.
••• 1/9: A Starbucks is closing. Plus: “For lease” sign spotted in Kori’s window; survey about the Brooklyn Bridge Esplanade north of Peck Slip; former Tribeca physician’s art exhibit at National Exemplar; “Romeo and Juliet” from the point of view of a teenage girl.

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IN THE NEWS
••• 1/7: Frenchette dissent. Plus: The new, more approachable menu at Racines (above); increased funding for 9/11 memorials; fin-tech firm expands at the World Trade Center.
••• 1/8: Are billboard barges illegal? Plus: Community Board 1 would like local representation on memorial committee for victims of Hurricane Maria; who uses Battery Park City’s parks and how?; Gitano Jungle Room opens tonight.
••• 1/9: Joe’s Pizza is opening in FiDi. Plus: “One of NYC’s most underrated chefs” is now cooking in Tribeca; recent local thefts; no progress on a Lower Manhattan storm-resiliency plan.

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THREE-LEVEL ART COMPLEX TO OPEN ON FRANKLIN PLACE
Yet another art-related business is staking a claim in northeast Tribeca—and this one, NYA Gallery, will have its entrance on the one-block private street between White and Franklin.

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