TONIGHT: Homepage Revisited 2015 – the art of Gloria Deitcher, Opening Reception

Join us tonight at the opening reception for Homepage Revisited 2015 – the art of Gloria Deitcher.


The event, which will run from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at our 25 Hudson Street location, will feature Deitcher’s new work, as well as her Metro Series from the 1970′s.


The event is part of The Tribeca Team’s bi-monthly First Wednesdays series, which are meant to create a space for local residents and business owners to meet and unwind. The Tribeca Team is comprised of real estate brokers Jeanine Le Ny, Jacob Fine and Don Abbott, who specialize in local residential and commercial real estate sales.


The event, which is open to the public, is sponsored by Assured Abstract Services. Wine and light hors d’oeuvres to be served.


The work is up and looks absolutely fabulous. I didn’t want to spoil the show, but am giving you a sneak peak!


Her work will be on display at BOND New York’s Tribeca office through the end of July.


See you tonight!


By Jacob Fine

Laughing Man is all smiles today …  

I don’t know when this went up, but I just noticed it today. Lex behind the counter said the planters will contain flowers. I like it!
















By Jacob Fine










While on the Subject of Morgan’s Market …  

Spring blossoms may be gone, but you can always pull up this picture I snapped if you want to remember what it looked like. Enjoy!

By Jacob Fine




















$88M for a Tribeca Parking Garage

Via The Real Deal.

56 N. Moore St and Avison Young's Jon Epstein

The Calicchio family, private Tribeca-based investors, is hoping to score $88 million for a five-story parking garage that is ripe for a potential luxury residential conversion, The Real Deal has learned. The 41,000-square-foot garage at 56 North Moore Street, between Greenwich and Hudson streets, in Tribeca will be delivered vacant. The property offers 44,000 square feet of existing development rights. The price would equate to roughly $2,000 per square foot. The Calicchio family have owned the property since 1983, property records show. Avison Young’s Charles Kingsley, Jon Epstein, Vincent Carrega, Neil Helman and Jason Meister are marketing hack web cam the property. Kingsley said that he expects “record-breaking offers.” The property, he added, “offers an extremely unique opportunity for investors.” Long-time Tribeca owners have been selling their sites for skyrocketing prices. Last summer, a development site on Broadway between Leonard and Franklin streets traded for $73 million, or $550 per buildable singles church groups in atlanta square foot. At nearby 71 Franklin Street, Compass is trying to sell Downtown’s most expensive townhouse ever for $65 million. web cam adaptor flat screen monitor Condos in the area have been sold for more than $4,000 per square foot. Down the street from the garage, financier Mark Zittman listed his 11,300-square-foot mansion, at 2 North Moore Street, for $48 million in December. The property at 56 North Moore has 100 feet of frontage, offering the option of splitting it up vertically and creating townhouses on the site. “Elite developers in the city will be interested,” Epstein told TRD. “North Moore is a premier address in New York City.” Living on the Upper East Side no longer crotch web cams live epitomizes a successful New Yorker, Epstein added. But, he said, “having the big loft Downtown does.” – See more at:


Posted by Jeanine Le Ny

Frank Hanavan Back in Tribeca 

Agent Bridget Schuy snapped this shot of the artist outside of the office this morning.













A recently sold Hanavan piece of the ever-iconic Morgan's Market. He was spotted back in Bogardus Plaza again this week painting another scene of the famous bodega.











By Jacob Fine


The Tribeca Team’s ‘First Wednesdays’ Series to Return in June with the Art of Gloria Deitcher 

The Tribeca Team is thrilled to announce that Gloria Deitcher will be showing her work as part of our next ‘First Wednesdays’ series of events.


The opening reception will take place June 3rd, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at our 25 Hudson Street location.


Stay tuned for more info on this upcoming show!


By Jacob Fine


JAZZFEST Returns to Bogardus Plaza This Sunday





We can hardly wait! 
By Jacob Fine










Design Rendering: Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects

Seasonal Seating to Arrive in Front of Laughing Man

After a much opposition due to safety concerns, Laughing Man, the popular Tribeca coffee shop at 184 Duane Street, gained approval from Community Board 1 to place seasonal seating on the street outside their store.


As part of the city Department of Transportation’s Street Seats program, Laughing Man will sponsor a 6′ x 28′ wooden decking system, which will sit flush with the curb. The space will consist of two sets of movable tables and chairs, two planters. as well as additional collapsible seating that will fold down at night. It is expected to arrive in May or June and remain until October.


Anyone can sit in the Street Seats, but I suspect that Laughing Man’s customers who often congregate on the sidewalk will appreciate this warm-weather amenity the most.


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The Tribeca Team Presents: SUBLIMATIONS – an Opening Reception for the Art of Jeffrey Ben Berman on Feb. 4th

Join us as we present the photographic art of Jeffrey Ben Berman as part of The Tribeca Team’s bi-monthly ‘First Wednesdays’ series.


The event will take place Weds., Feb. 4th, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at our office at 25 Hudson Street, between Duane and Reade.


“This is Jeffrey’s second show with us, and we are thrilled to be able to host another look into his work,” said Tribeca Team member Jacob Fine in a prepared statement. “By bringing into focus crude surfaces and textures, his work forces us to reinterpret and find new meaning in the seemingly mundane.”


The event is part of The Tribeca Team’s bi-monthly ‘First Wednesdays’ events that are meant to promote community through art, charity and education, and to create a space in which local residents can meet, network, unwind and relax.


Wine and light hor d’oeuvres will be served.


Berman’s work will remain on display at our 25 Hudson Street location through the end of March, and we encourage the public to stop in to view his work.


Join us!