JPMorgan Chase – Tribeca Citizen | Newsletter: April 12
Newsletter: April 12
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CITY PLANS HOMELESS SHELTER FOR WOOSTER
A shelter for 200 single men is in the works for 10 Wooster, just north of Canal in the confines of Community Board 2.
JPMORGAN CHASE DITCHING DOWNTOWN OFFICE
The bank is trying to sublet 700,000 in its Fidi office tower, and will reduce its overall office footprint by about 40 percent.
THE PAINTINGS AND CALLIGRAPHY OF BILLY LIU
The owner and chef at Tokyo Bay has spent part of the pandemic painting while he looks for a new space for his restaurant.
SEEN & HEARD
Dine Around with Harry’s. Plus a Latin-Caribbean café coming this month to Spring Street; Battery Dance x Canada; a wine program at Mudville.
IN THE NEWS
The welcoming home for Pearl River, which will reopen this month, in Soho. Plus Cynthia Nixon tours 31 Harrison; discounts in high places; two new galleries move here during the pandemic.
WHERE IN TRIBECA?
Sure, the hawk has flown off, but where was this prime perch in the neighborhood?