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Great Big Thanks to Tui Lifestyle and Mimi Salzman!

Great Big Thanks to Tui Lifestyle and Mimi Salzman!

Last night’s First Wednesdays event was a gigantic success, thanks to our sponsor Tui Lifestyleand our featured artist, Mimi Saltzman.  An enthusiastic crowd of 100+ showed up in full force and we all enjoyed an energetic evening of fine art, conversation, refreshments and music.  Mimi’s exhibit will be on display in our office at 25 Hudson Street until the end of July.  -Bill

 

Thanks to Tui Lifestyle for sponsoring June's event

 

Please note that because July 4 falls on the first Wednesday in July, we will skip next month and the next First Wednesdays event will be in August.

Bill Bone

Bill is passionate about real estate and has been involved in myriad aspects of the business throughout his life, including development & construction, sales & marketing, and degrees in design and business administration.

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Acrylic, Oil & Salt — Who Knew?!

Acrylic, Oil & Salt — Who Knew?!

Don’t miss “Pure Now” — a special art exhibit for First Wednesday in June featuring the work of Mimi Saltzman.  The artist’s reception will be June 6th from 6:30-8:30 and her work will be on exhibit until July 27. Please join us for an evening of thought-provoking art, refreshments and camaraderie.

Tortola – acrylic, oil and salt on canvas

Bill Bone

Bill is passionate about real estate and has been involved in myriad aspects of the business throughout his life, including development & construction, sales & marketing, and degrees in design and business administration.

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Look Who I Ran Into Last Night…

Look Who I Ran Into Last Night…

With Hawaii's Governor, Neil Abercrombie, at the Marriot Marquis

Hawaii’s Governor, Neil Abercrombie!

 

Now, forgive me, we ran into him in Times Square, not Tribeca, but as a long-time former resident of the Aloha State, and a huge fan of this great man, this was an important and serendipitous event, and we had a great time chatting him up.  You’re a good man, Governor, keep up the great work!  -Bill Bone

Bill Bone

Bill is passionate about real estate and has been involved in myriad aspects of the business throughout his life, including development & construction, sales & marketing, and degrees in design and business administration.

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The Tribeca Film Festival is over but I’m not letting it go just yet.

The Tribeca Film Festival is over but I’m not letting it go just yet.

Freida Pinto in the movie Trishna

 

The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival is over, but what a great year it was.  Freida Pinto, an Indian actress of “Slumdog Millionaire” fame starred in the movie Trishna, which opened this year’s festival last Friday.

 

If you didn’t see it, you missed a wonderfully eclectic movie directed by Michael Winterbottom, a love story with a dark side.  Here is a great interview that was done after the screening, with Freida Pinto and Michael Winterbottom, it’s worth the read.  Enjoy!  -Bill Bone

 

 

Bill Bone

Bill is passionate about real estate and has been involved in myriad aspects of the business throughout his life, including development & construction, sales & marketing, and degrees in design and business administration.

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First Wednesday is this week — See You There!

First Wednesday is this week — See You There!

“Big City View”  

An exhibit by Brian Josselyn 

25 Hudson Street (btwn Reade & Duane) in TriBeCa

City Island by Brian Josselyn

  

Opening Night Festivities

Wednesday, May 2nd, 6:30 to 8:30 pm 

Art – Drinks – Hors d’oeuvres – Music – Comraderie

For this month’s Big City View exhibit, Brian painted the pieces live on the street to capture the unique intensity of a moment in the excitement that is New York City — don’t miss this show!  Hope to see you there.  -Bill Bone

Bill Bone

Bill is passionate about real estate and has been involved in myriad aspects of the business throughout his life, including development & construction, sales & marketing, and degrees in design and business administration.

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Where in TriBeCa is South Moore?

Where in TriBeCa is South Moore?

The city's most seductive neighborhood..TriBeCa

Where is South Moore Street?

 

Exactly.

 

I’ve heard countless stories (and I hope to hear many more) from old-timers who’ve described TriBeCa as a no-man’s land back in the 70s when, after 5pm, the streets were rolled up for the night and Greenwich Avenue became a sports field where teenagers would play ball, without a worry that some vehicle might run them down.  From the stories I’ve heard, even cabs needed directions for destinations below Canal Street so, clearly, the kids were in the know.

 

Today, TriBeCa has become the city’s most seductive and exclusive neighborhood, where anonymity still exists, and where a street named North Moore is only 4 blocks long, paved with cobblestones and lined with warehouses that have been converted into posh apartments and independent stores, yet has no counterpart street named South Moore.

 

New Yorkers, we’re a weird bunch, but we know our stuff and TriBeCa is a perfect reflection of that.  I’ve only touched a tip of the iceberg with this post, but if I’ve captured your imagination, you’ll be fascinated to read about Loading-Dock Chic on North Moore Street, as published in the New York Times this week.  It truly is real real estate porn.  Enjoy!  -Bill Bone

Bill Bone

Bill is passionate about real estate and has been involved in myriad aspects of the business throughout his life, including development & construction, sales & marketing, and degrees in design and business administration.

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Enjoy Fresh Produce All Summer Long!

Enjoy Fresh Produce All Summer Long!

Community Supported Agriculture

What’s better than fresh summer produce? How about enjoying 22 weeks of organic local produce by joining a Community Supported Agriculture program through 92Y Tribeca,  92nd Street Y’s downtown center located at 200 Hudson Street.  This program is a great opportunity for people to support local farms while buying organic produce. Each shareholder pays a subscription fee to buy a share of the harvest. The fee goes toward the operating costs of the farm. In return, the farm supplies each subscriber with a weekly box of produce. Full and half-size shares are now on sale.

 

The season begins June 13 and distribution will be every Wednesday from 5 – 8pm, for 22 weeks, ending on November 7.  Learn more and buy shares!  -Bill Bone

 

Bill Bone

Bill is passionate about real estate and has been involved in myriad aspects of the business throughout his life, including development & construction, sales & marketing, and degrees in design and business administration.

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