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  • On the southeast corner of Church and Murray, wrapping around to Park Place, adjacent to two individually landmarked buildings which may well also become endangered (The Daily News Buildings), sits a humble 5-story store and loft building, known as 111 Church, or 27 Park Place.  Tribeca Trust has advocated that it be included in an […]

  • Dear Neighbors – Here is Why We Lawyered Up for Tribeca After four years of research and back and forth with the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) over Tribeca Trust’s request to add 200-plus buildings to our historic districts (many of them under threat of demolition), the LPC told us “no”. That “no” came after years […]

  • Do Democracy a Favor and Come Meet the Candidates for City Council Save the Date Next Wednesday, May 17   What:  Candidate’s Forum for our District 1 City Council Seat, sponsored by Tribeca Trust Candidates who have accepted our invitation to this forum are Christopher Marte, Aaron Foldenaur, and Dashia Imperiale.  (We have not heard […]

  • We are sad to report if you have not heard already, that Oliver Ellsworth Allen died on April 15 from pneumonia.  Many of you remember that his wife Deborah Allen, died a few years ago. Oliver was a well-known journalist who retired to Tribeca where he fell in love with Tribeca’s history and architecture.  He was […]

  • IN THIS TRIBECA ISSUE: 3  Great Tribeca-related Articles in Broadsheet Daily More Amazing Before and After  Photos The World Trade Center site gets dissed History of Broadway Lead in the Schools Two New Ugly Buildings for  Tribeca Community Board Ditches Tribeca Committee    3 Tribeca-related Articles from BROADSHEET DAILY Matthew Fenton is one of the […]

  • IN THIS TRIBECA ISSUE: Challengers to Margaret Chin 6 Amazing Tribeca Before and After Photos Two Challengers for our City Council Seat Margaret Chin has been our City Councilmember since 2010.  In the last election, she came to office with a lot of Big Real Estate backing:  the Real Estate Board of New York’s PAC […]

  • In this Issue: Complicity in the Demolition of Properties on Park Place Debacle at 75 West Broadway:  Who Should Tribecans Blame? AIA Historic Buildings Committee Vandalizes Tribeca   Complicity in the Demolition of the Properties on Park Place Remember the Ground Zero Mosque at 45 Park Place that was heavily debated in 2010?  Although the building is […]

  • In this issue: Sign our petition here first! -the Water Street Scandal and Seizure of Public Space -the Urban Tragedy Happening in Inwood -Harlem and the Gentrification Problem -Speaking of Regulation:  We Gotta Get a Grip on Air Rights (Greenwich Village) -Quotes of the Week:  Inwood Resident and Olive Freud -Disney takes on the Human-Scale […]

  • In this issue: -Film Screening of “The Human-Scale” -There Goes the Neighborhood -Ask the Mayor Call-in -Despicable Real Estate Ad of the Week (Extell!) -Photography Exhibit – Donna Ferrato -Grassroots Awards -Petition and Candlelight Vigil -Hypocrisy in Our Political Economy -Airport Architecture -A New Wrinkle in the Debate over Theodore Roosevelt Park and the AMNH […]

  • MEDIA ADVISORY Press Conference: Community Groups from Across City Demand End to “Pay to Play” Real Estate Deals; Provide Examples of Potentially Shady Arrangements, Call for Further Investigation Date/Time: Wednesday, May 4th @ 1pm Location: City Hall Steps, Manhattan Contact: Linda Cronin-Gross, Sonya Landau, LCG Communications – 718.853.5568;,; Ken Frydman, Source Communications – […]

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