Newsletter: Jan. 31 – Tribeca Citizen


Newsletter: Jan. 31

LOFT PEEPING: EXTREME EDITION
The iconic Staple Street Bridge โ€” and the town house and apartment it connects on Jay Street โ€” is for sale for $35 million. Hereโ€™s a look inside.

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Block RenovationBlock Renovation is revolutionizing bathroom renovations with all-inclusive packages and ready-to-go designs that simplify the process. Theyโ€™ve partnered with the industryโ€™s top architects and builders to roll high-end design details, high-quality finishes, and uninterrupted construction into simple, affordable packages. They offer a price match guarantee, and back their construction standards with an industry leading insurance policy. See how it works and check out some of their previous projects. Sponsored.

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SEEN & HEARD
Jan. 28: Tribeca repping for playgrounds. Plus, Gloveworx opens in the Oculus; Community Board 1 pushes for traffic calming devices near Spruce and Millennium schools.
Jan. 29: Pier 25 playground back online. Plus, more local lycra from Lululemon; construction of the hotel on Greenwich begins again; Thames Street sees the light; tunes for the river from the Downtown Alliance.
Jan. 30: Year of the pig parties at WTC. Plus, ways to donate your old clothes โ€” and help a great cause; Jane Freeman discusses her dioramas of local buildings.

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THE BROADWAY CANNABIS COLLECTION
Two stores on Broadway are now selling a variety of CBD products for everything from better sleep to healthy skin. Oh, and thereโ€™s cannabis yoga too.

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STOPWORK ORDER AT 65 W. BROADWAY
A full stop-work order was issued in October for 59-61 Warren, or 65 W. Broadway, according to DOB records, and each month since then the city has partially rescinded the order so some progress can be made.

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IN THE NEWS
Jan. 29: More galleries for the neighborhood. Plus, how theft works out when you have no cashiers; City Wineryโ€™s search for a new home; a new playground for The Battery.
Jan. 30: Leafy greens at Peck Slip? Plus how Forbes sees the value of Tribecaโ€™s most high priced apartments; a sale at Vestry to a Korean arms manufacturer; a musical trip down memory lane for no reason other than itโ€™s great.

Source: https://tribecacitizen.com/2019/01/31/newsletter-jan-31-3/

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