clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

CurbedWire: Rub A Dub in the Hot Tub?

1) Tribeca: An insider report from Bobby D's new Downtown Hotel. "The place is a throwback to Manhattan design of the past, right down to the vaulted ceilings and handmade bricks. The top floor will be 2 Penthouse Duplexes and the lobby will have the required superstar restaurant. It won't be open until 2007." No word on rooftop hot tubs though. [CurbedWire Inbox]

2) Market Update: The report you have all been waiting for has finally been released. A study has been conducted of open houses at 8 apartments, "revealing average attendance at about 6 people per open house." We'll give you a minute to catch your breath before continuing. Ready? Knowing that more detail was required, the study reveals that "average attendance for studio and one bedroom units was 9.7 people, but average attendance for 2-3 bedrooms apartments was 3.3 people per open house." Thank you Barak Realty. [CurbedWire Inbox]

3) Greenwich Village: Expect some fireworks tonight as "Community Board #2's Zoning Committee will hold a public hearing on Donald Trump's plan for a 45-story 'condo-hotel' at Spring and Varick Streets." The meeting starts at 6:30 pm at Housing Works, 320 West 13th Street. Field reports accepted beginning at 6:32. [CurbedWire Inbox]