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CONSTRUCTION UPDATE PART I: WARREN STREET
Warren Street will soon be a virgin: brand new water mains, gas mains, street lighting, sewers and catch basins – and a new concrete-based roadbed and new curbs along the whole street from West Street to Bway.
CB1: JAIL DISCUSSION SCHEDULED
Also on Community Board 1’s February agendas: dozens of liquor license renewals (so if something is bugging you, now’s your chance); Brooklyn Bridge Esplanade update; crossing guards for PS 89.
SEEN & HEARD
Feb. 4: Lawsuit halts Two Bridges projects; plus Pearl River opens at the Museum of Chinese in America; a pop-up quilt store by ace&jig in Brookfield.
Feb. 5: Happy Lunar New Year! Plus more new year events at Brookfield this weekend; Mary Poppins sing-along at Pace’s Schimmel Center; a Bideawee event at 70 Pine.
Feb. 6: Stubby carts at Whole Foods; plus, Daveed Diggs at Trinity Church; sleep-inducing CBD gummies at ONDA; commiserating on the new MTA buses.
IN THE NEWS
Feb. 4: Doc theater coming to White Street; plus big investments at 49 Chambers and Truffles Tribeca; an interview with the architect of 30 Warren; a photo essay on Church Street Boxing Gym.
Feb. 6: Civil rights activist gets her due when a piece of downtown history is resurrected by the Times and Mo Rocca; driver indicted for murder in cause of December accident; 66 Leonard scooped up.