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Articles about "Tribeca"

  • The Latest Celeb Moves Into Tribeca's Most Star Studded Condo By Diana Eastman | July 05, 2017

    Jake Gyllenhaal has recently moved into 443 Greenwich Street, an upscale apartment building home to other high-profile residents such as Justin Timberlake and Ryan Reynolds.

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  • Spring Creativity Set to Blossom at the Tribeca Film Festival By Kamini Ramdeen | April 08, 2014

    Since 2002, Tribeca has been home to the highly attended Tribeca Film Festival. Robert De Niro, Craig Hatkoff, and Jane Rosenthal came together and created a film festival with a mission “to provide artists with unique platforms to expand the audience for their works and to broaden the access point for consumers to experience independent film and media.” Reportedly, the creation of this celebrated and hugely anticipated event was in part due to the long-term vitalization of the Tribeca area, following the events of 2001 in Lower Manhattan.

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  • Priciest Square Footage in the Country: Where Does NYC Rank? By Jonathan Tuason | March 24, 2014

    Although New York is the US’s most economically, politically, and culturally relevant city, a cool million will yield even less square footage in San Francisco, Boston, and Washington DC.  Business Insider listed some of the country’s largest cities in order of price per square foot.  New York ranked 4th out of 39 cities, and beat out other major centers like Los Angeles and Chicago.

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  • Clocktower Gallery's Time in Tribeca is Up By Olivia Smedley | December 05, 2013

    After four decades, a beloved space for alternative art is closing its doors. Clocktower Gallery at 108 Leonard St in Tribeca will have to find a new home due to the building being sold to real estate company Peebles Corporation. The landmark’s change of ownership was originally part of another Bloomberg plan, this time to reduce government office space by 1.2 million square feet.

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  • The Instant Pedestrian Plaza: Good or Bad? By Phil Ryan | August 10, 2011

    Anyone who lives in Manhattan sometimes feels a bit overwhelmed, whether it be from seemingly endless traffic, and, especially if you live in Lower Manhattan, a lack of green space apart from randomly dispersed pocket parks that are out of the way much of the time. Many of us can’t go to a waterfront park on our way to or from work, and in the concrete jungle that we love so much, spaces such as Central Park can become quite crowded. So what can be done about this? The New York City Department of Transportation is going through with a pilot study on pedestrian plazas, usually at oddly-shaped intersections in dense neighborhoods with little to no greenery, providing somewhere to at least sit down without trekking to a more well-known park.

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