Last modified May 6, 2020 at 11:57 pm
Social distancing is not what New Yorkers generally practice, and many of us are becoming starved for social interaction. So, we decided to run a non-covid story about an event which happened in early March, right before we all went on lockdown. You know, some escapism. The term “Legendary Children,” part of the title of […]
Posted February 14, 2020 at 5:00 am
WeWork just opened its latest downtown co-working location, with an enormous stake in a new SoHo development. Nameplate is up. The embattled company took a chunk of 140 Crosby Street (aka 606 Broadway), which came on line last year. The footprint is massive, with office space sprawled across five floors of the modern building. For […]
Posted August 29, 2019 at 5:04 am
Old tenants die hard on Crosby Street, it seems. Rats are already taking refuge inside the new office building at the corner of East Houston (aka 606 Broadway). Yesterday, a Boogie reader spotted the so-called “Banana Rat” stuck in a hole burrowed through the foam padding that butts up against the adjacent building. Seems like […]
Last modified April 17, 2019 at 9:44 am
Dueling photographs of a single Crosby Street stoop reveal a tale of two perspectives of life in SoHo. A sight that exposes the real need for City Planning to obtain “a 360-degree analysis that includes all points of view,” which it hopes to gain during review of the neighborhood’s zoning regulations. Back in February, the […]
Posted July 31, 2017 at 9:38 am
We hear it often. Our city is losing its soul. In the hyper-gentrification that has sped up since the turn of the millennium, those of us who pre-date this era, frequently – and too often rightly – lament the closing of favorite local businesses, the loss of scale when high rises replace beloved older buildings, […]
Posted September 5, 2012 at 6:28 am
The vacant garage adjacent to the BP station on East Houston is trading up. At least temporarily.
Posted August 5, 2010 at 6:17 am
Victims of stolen bikes are getting more creative with their poster pleas. Some elect the standard reward-if-found route. Others, like Boogie reader KTMcK, choose more comical passive-aggressive techniques. This sign was plastered all around the Equinox gym at 69 Prince Street, and is littered with pop culture references.
Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:35 am
Thanks to Phoebe for sending along this photo of Larry David, spotted amidst a crowd outside Cafe Angelique at 68 Bleecker Street. As reported earlier, Curb Your Enthusiasm is all over the neighborhood today.