Closing out the week, here's CurbedWire, the near-daily assemblage of rumor and innuendo from the inbox.
1) Chelsea: After we grabbed a sneak peek at architect Jean Nouvel's 100 Eleventh Avenue earlier this week, a tipster sends along the above photographic construction update, writing, "In this photo you can see the Jean Nouvel project and Selldorf's. From my terrace on 20th St. I will send more as the cement goes up." So much iconic design in one photo—feeling... faint... [CurbedWire Inbox]
2) Williamsburg: More development news from the 'burg: "Work has begun on tearing down the black warehouse (there were a bunch of guys in hazmat suits ripping up the roofing) that fronts Dunham Place, and is part of a large parcel of land between Kent, Broadway, South 6th, and Dunham Place. I noticed some minor excavation on another part of the site as well. Get ready for Schaefer Landing part II." [CurbedWire Inbox]
3) East Village: Following the glimpse inside the Bowery Hotel, a tipster clarifies: "i was talking to a construction worker there late last year and, from what i recall, he said there'd be a restaurant at street level, a bar on the first floor up and the hotel above that." [CurbedWire Inbox]