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Salvatore Sc…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Today, the Cardinals at the Vatican selected a new Pope. Jorge Mario Bergoglio (76) (pronounced Ber-GOAL-io) and he is to be called Francis, the 266th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church and the first… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 13, 2013 by Salvatore Scamardo In My Neighborhood
Morgan Evans…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Greenwich Village Apartments for Sale Are you looking at Greenwich Village Apartments for Sale with a budget of around $500,000? Well if you are, you have come to the right place. Greenwich Village Apartments… Read more
Blogged Thu Aug 19, 2010 by Morgan Evans - NYC Real Estate Home Buying
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
Who's afraid of Friday the 13th? Not supermarket honcho John Catsimatidis, whose Gristedes-run version of beloved Village grocer Jefferson Market opened this morning. Last night was a peculiar scene at… Read more
Blogged Fri Feb 13, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
Welcome to First Word, wherein Eater and its correspondents sit for hours at steamy community board meetings to bring back the first word of new establishments and what they're up to. Your reports from… Read more
Blogged Wed Feb 11, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
The latest from Racked, covering shopping and retail from the sidewalks up. 1) Greenwich Village: Iconic local gourmet grocer Jefferson Market has indicated that it would reopen (above) following a shock… Read more
Blogged Tue Feb 10, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
GREENWICH VILLAGE— From the tipline: "Dirty Bird To Go, on W14th, was closed last night with yellow Dept of Health tags on the front door. A staff member was still working in there so it looked… Read more
Blogged Wed Feb 4, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
The new fence currently being installed inside Washington Square Park—second only to the moving of the Tisch Fountain as the most controversial element of the park's renovation—has already been… Read more
Blogged Wed Feb 4, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
From Newyorkist: "At Le Gamin on houston st, server just informed us they are closing Feb 8. someone else bought the building. Doesnt know what the plans are." [Twitter] Copyright © 2009 Eater —Amanda Read more
Blogged Tue Feb 3, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
"I think they will put up more money. They sold their office product at the top and have put it one of the best performing asset classes out there - sure it's lost value, but what hasn't - and sure they… Read more
Blogged Mon Feb 2, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
Remember back just before Christmas, when all the Burger King wanted from you was a sexy cuddle by the fireplace? Back in December, oddly risque ads were placed on selected Ricky's locations around the… Read more
Blogged Mon Feb 2, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
In an interview with the Observer, Keith McNally—"The Restaurateur Who Invented Downtown" (NYT, 1/2004)—opines on the locations of his two latest ventures: a pizzeria on Bowery at Houston Street,… Read more
Blogged Wed Jan 28, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
Sir Keith McNally gives a Q&A to the Observer and offers his observations about his projects past and present, the economy, and the industry. Aside from calling the James Beard awards ludicrous, noting… Read more
Blogged Wed Jan 28, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
NYU's purchase of the trapezoidal church at 58 Washington Square South is not yet complete, but the New York archdiocese plans to begin demolishing the chapel anyway—workers have been removing pews… Read more
Blogged Mon Jan 19, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
Welcome to First Word, wherein Eater and its correspondents sit for hours at steamy community board meetings to bring back the first word of new establishments and what they're up to. Your reports from… Read more
Blogged Wed Jan 14, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
The fire-scarred shell of 61 Fifth Avenue is set to be torn down to make way for a new mixed-use 10-story building, but before that happens, Vanishing New York pays tribute to building's plywood. Why?… Read more
Blogged Mon Jan 12, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
The curvy low-rise building at 61 Fifth Avenue, devastated by fire in 2006, has been marked for death ever since the structure—a former Scrafft's luncheonette (see photo at top left circa 1940)—was… Read more
Blogged Fri Jan 9, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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Curbed NY, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
Father Demo Square, a pocket park bounded by Sixth Avenue, Bleecker & Carmine Streets, got a big renovation back in 2007, but Lost City says it may not be holding up very well: "On a recent rainy night,… Read more
Blogged Fri Jan 9, 2009 by Curbed NY In My Neighborhood
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