Posts Tagged ‘SoHo’

Broome Street to Receive Traffic Treats

Written by admin on . Posted in Breaking News, Notes From the Neighborhood west side spirit

In the wake of a January rally, DOT readies relief for Soho pedestrians along Broome St. As part of their effort to improve pedestrian safety, the DOT has responded to the urgings of Soho residents, community advocates, and government officials and will add “Don’t Block the Box” markings and signage for Broome Street to its [&hellip
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Sean Sweeney, Director of the SoHo Alliance

Written by admin on . Posted in Breaking News

Soho’s unrelenting development will continue unabated, as more retail stores move into formerly backwater areas that have relatively more affordable rents, namely lower and eastern Soho around Canal, Howard, Lafayette and Centre streets. However, residents will continue their fight to stop unbridled commercialization, particularly in opposing a proposal by mega real-estate developers to establish an [&hellip
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The Pan American Contradiction

Written by admin on . Posted in Eat & Drink

A restaurant for the vegan meat-eater locavore globehopper in all of us By Regan Hofmann In the ever-shifting neighborhood creep of Downtown, it seems nothing is what it’s supposed to be anymore. Little Italy has become Chinatown, Nolita has become Soho and Soho has become Times Square. Walking from block to block you’re not quite [&hellip
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Long Awaited REI Soho Opens

Written by Marissa Maier on . Posted in Blog, Breaking News

Reaching the great outdoors in Downtown Manhattan By Kristina Diggins-Reisinger Walking up from the subway at Broadway and Lafayette St., I first checked hop stop to see where the heck I was going. But when I caught sight of the historic red-brick Puck Building I knew I was in the right place, and the long [&hellip
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