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Newsletter: April 18 – Happy holidays!

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COLLUSION, TRIBECA REAL ESTATE STYLE
The partners developing the big hole in the ground at 456 Greenwich have accused the Ponte family and Related of plotting to ruin their plans for a luxury French hotel.

SEEN & HEARD
Details on City Winery at Pier 57. Plus a new hotel on John Street in Fidi called the Artezen; sandwiches and salads at a new Green Healthy Food Cafe; Ming Fay at Sapar Contemporary.

IN THE NEWS
Worker killed at Hudson Square construction site. Plus a reflection on the installation of the railcar from the Holocaust at the Museum of Jewish Heritage; a list for Easter brunch; Fortune moves to Fulton; an accusation against Trump.

SEEN & HEARD
Springsteen plays Tribeca Grill. Plus the Museum of Chinese in America gets a city grant; shows at Bartolomi closing this weekend; a speakers series at SoHo Photo; 180 The Store goes digital.

SIGNS OF SPRING IN TRIBECA
From basketball in the PS 89 yard to blooms at PS 234 and BPC to lounging on the deck at Grand Banks to photo shoots on Staple, and that sure sign of spring: little leaguers at bat.

FIDI COMIC BOOK STORE CHAMELEON CLOSED
The store was opened at the Broadway and Maiden Lane location in 1992 by Jimmy Wu, who founded what he called Comics Underground in 1989 while he was in college.

SEEN & HEARD
Grand Banks is open on Pier 25. Plus Manhattan Youth honors local kids and adults; Torly kids hosts a kids book swap; a new family club proposed for Greenwich and Hubert; Washington Market Park celebrates Earth Day.

IN THE NEWS
Thai Sliders takes a lease on Cliff. Plus teeing up at the Nexus Club at 100 Church; a taproom and a parlor for Dead Rabbit that adds space; calculating your mansion tax; Gov’s Island purchases a new ferry.



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