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  1. blind thy neighbor
    Tribeca Resident Goes Nuclear in Dispute: Suit The suit claims a Tribeca woman positioned a spotlight, strobe lights, and a disco ball to shine into her neighbor’s apartment.
  2. architecture
    A High-Style Garbage Garage on West StreetYou have the cranky neighbors to thank.
  3. $50 million listing
    For $50 Million, You Can Buy That Tribeca Skybridge and Live in ItThe house it’s attached to is included.
  4. unreal estate
    $10 Million Tribeca Maisonette Comes With Original Keith Haring MuralThe mural was unearthed during renovations.
  5. real estate
    DSK Stink Is Not a Selling PointHis old Tribeca haunt dropped its price again.
  6. kaaaahhhnnn!
    Strauss-Kahn Gets Upgraded to ‘Townhouse Arrest’ at $50,000-a-Month Pad in Tribeca [Updated]His new neighbors aren’t exactly thrilled.
  7. neighborhood news
    Ghostbusters HQ on List of Firehouses to Be Shuttered by City“Let’s show this prehistoric b-tch how we do things downtown!”
  8. neighborhood news
    Sorry, Soho Celebs: The Sanitation Department Is Moving In After AllJohn Slattery’s going to be so pissed.
  9. sad things
    Another Young Person Falls Off a Manhattan BalconyLuxury apartment amenity? Or death trap!
  10. real estate
    Ashley Olsen and Justin Bartha Are House-HuntingThe compact couple, together since 2008, recently checked out a 3,500-square-foot apartment in the Cobblestone Lofts in Tribeca.
  11. developing
    Robert De Niro Doesn’t Have to Chop the Top Off of His Tribeca Hotel After AllA victory for urban contextualism?
  12. neighborhood news
    Dog Gets Blown Off Roof, LivesAw.
  13. vu.
    Dylan Ratigan Is Looking to SellHis condo, that is!
  14. animanhattan
    Tribeca Coyote Caught!But it took four cop cars, two motorcycles, and a helicopter to do it.
  15. parties where there is music like this still exist
    The Eurotrash Have Found a New Way to Entertain ThemselvesOf course, it still involves house music.
  16. neighborhood news
    Sometimes We Appreciate a Little Honesty in Job AnnouncementsThe Patriot in Tribeca is clear about what it wants in a bartender.
  17. school daze
    Tribeca Parents Square Off Over P.S. 234The best local elementary school in the city is too small to hold all the area’s wealthy new parents.
  18. the rich hunt
    Goldman Sachs Will Pay For Ruining Ice Skating, Hot Chocolate, ChristmasHaven’t we had to put up with enough from this organization?
  19. panic-demics
    Excuse Me, Waiter, You’re Dripping Snot in My SoupSwine flu is not just a poor-people problem.
  20. photo op
    Kiefer Sutherland Turns Himself InHe didn’t want to disappoint the paparazzi.
  21. the downturnaround
    All Hail the LowballerHow the battle of wills between real-estate vultures and steadfast property owners will help the market.
  22. crazytown
    Possible Dinosaur Hooker Ring Busted in TribecaA den of dominatrices with potentially funny habits was just raided by vice cops downtown.
  23. company town
    Now We’ll Get to See Even More of the Naked CowboyThe scourge of Times Square is getting his own reality-TV show. Meanwhile, a Cadwalader partner sues over the mold in his Hamptons house, and the ‘Times’ thinks we care too much about people’s personal lives (can’t imagine why), and more, in our daily roundup of industry news.
  24. company town
    Mike and the Mad Dog Break Up at LastAfter months of rumors, Chris Russo is off the popular sports-radio show — that and more, in of our daily industry roundup.
  25. neighborhood watch
    Punk Celebration in Tompkins Square Park Cited — Shockingly — for Noise ViolationTribeca’s ritzy rooftops, Howard Beach’s sacred litter, the East Village’s decibel-dueling bands, and Brooklyn Heights’ unsolved stab death: all in today’s nabes report, which hits four outta five boroughs!
  26. neighborhood watch
    Accidents Happen … Even Within View of the Shake ShackHapless poopers in Madison Square Park? Porn kings threatening comedy kings in Times Square? Radicals burning good money in the East Village? The links in today’s boroughs report must be clicked to be believed!
  27. real estate porn
    Inside the Fabulous $34.5 Million Glass Penthouse at 145 HudsonA spectacular jewel box crowns Tribeca.
  28. real estate porn
    ‘Lord of the Rings’ Director Drops $17.5 Million on Minas Tirith in TribecaPeter Jackson might be setting up shop near our office, and we get dorky about it.
  29. neighborhood watch
    Staten Island Has a Turkey Overpopulation ProblemEdward Albee is being used to market a condo, a cat-beating sicko lurks the streets of Queens, and Staten Island turkeys are being given mandatory abortions. The city’s gone mad, in our daily boroughs report.
  30. developing
    Robert De Niro Pisses Off the Wrong Small Group of BureaucratsThe actor flagrantly disobeyed the Landmarks Commission when building a penthouse atop his Greenwich Hotel, and they are threatening to go all Eliot Ness on him.
  31. company town
    Sandy Weill Pulls Golden Carpet From Underneath Charles PrinceIn our daily industry roundup, the former Citigroup chairman second-guesses himself on the appointment of successor Charles Prince. And more!
  32. neighborhood watch
    Obama Gets Whitewashed (and Not How You Think)An Obama graffiti war on the Bowery, canal-dunked art in Gowanus, Meryl in the Slope, and “shit juice” in Greenpoint. Drink it all in with our daily boroughs report!
  33. neighborhood watch
    Greenpoint Gets a Thematic Swimming PoolA tourist treat in lower Manhattan, a vomit victim in Prospect Heights, and a paucity of pedagogy in Tribeca … all in our daily boroughs report!
  34. neighborhood watch
    Everybody’s Sexy in Stuyvesant Town!Busy, buzz-y bees transfix the UES, canine golden showers threaten the Tribeca ecosystem, and cool-coiffed Queens beep Helen Marshall rocks springtime style in Woodside. That and more in our breathless daily boroughs report.
  35. real estate porn
    Paulifer Breaks Up With Brooklyn, Takes Up With TribecaPaul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly are moving! Go judge their new premises.
  36. company town
    Okay, Okay, We Get It: You’re Offended by Miley CyrusAlso, the latest on what Nina Garcia, Robert Thomson, Ben Stein, and Kevin Spacey have been up to, in our daily news roundup.
  37. neighborhood watch
    State Senators, They’re Just Like Us! And We, We’re a Bunch Of Weirdos.Who would’ve thought the Upper East Side would have its very own mysterious, chubby Asian transsexual walking around with Conway bags? That and more in today’s burg-by-burg report.
  38. gossipmonger
    Graydon Goes on the Model DietAlso, Julia Roberts makes out at the Waverly Inn, Chuck from the Greatest Show of Our Time gets crunk, and Katie Couric is a plagiarist — all in today’s roundup of the dish from the city’s gossip columns.
  39. neighborhood watch
    Even Store That Sold CBGB Items Will Be ShutteredJust because it’s April 1 is no reason to doubt reports that a Trump luxury tower is coming to Bay Ridge, right? That and more, in our daily roundup of borough news.
  40. in other news
    The Tribeca Grand: Now With More ButtOkay, this is an ad for the Tribeca Grand that a Mark over at Copyranter clipped out of City magazine. Our questions include the following: 1) Where is, exactly, the Tribeca Grand in this picture? 2) Are we to infer, from the sheet this woman is wielding, that your massage therapists at the Grand will be naked? 3) And seductively Asian? 4) Who in Tribeca is driving a wood-paneled Buick station wagon, like the one on the lower right? 5) And is she barefoot on cobblestones downtown? Ew! TriBeCa Grand Hotel apparently offers Naked Turndown Service. [Copyranter]
  41. gossipmonger
    Predictably, ‘Lipstick Jungle’ Star Used to Lust After Andrew McCarthyLipstick Jungle’s Lindsay Price had a childhood crush on her co-star Andrew McCarthy. Tom Hanks walked past Eliot Spitzer’s apartment building on 79th and Fifth, but no one recognized him. A Madonna look-alike ran across the second-floor balcony at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction at the Waldorf-Astoria, providing some levity to an otherwise boring event. Fashion Week will relocate to the Tenth Avenue rail yards after 2010. The Queens livery driver who faked the baby rescue weirdly will appear on an upcoming episode of The Real Housewives of New York City. A documentary about storied Tribeca nightclub the Wetlands opens Friday. Marc Jacobs’s boy toy, Jason Preston, got punched in the face outside Hiro after trying to get a guy who had thrown a drink at a girl to apologize.
  42. gossipmonger
    Ivanka Trump’s Totally Awesome Tussauds TraditionIvanka Trump has an assistant go touch up her wax statue at Madame Tussauds every week. Fourteen of America’s Next Top Models totally trashed their $6 million Tribeca loft.
  43. 21 questions
    Model Man Scott Lipps Would Not Live in New York on $35,000Name: Scott Lipps Job: President, One Management. Even though Lipps is a busy man during Fashion Week, he also just launched a pop-culture blog, The New Blog. Neighborhood: Soho Who’s your favorite New Yorker, living or dead, real or fictional? Actually, he was a Londoner (I’m a bit of an Anglophile), but he lived in New York. Does that count? That would be the greatest songwriter of all time, Mr. John Lennon. What’s the best meal you’ve eaten in New York? Its a toss-up between a beautiful romantic evening I just had at Danube and the all-time favorite Sushi Yasuda…love that sushi . In one sentence, what do you actually do all day in your job? Manage, manage, manage…actors, models, musicians; I’m managing as we speak.
  44. neighborhood watch
    10 Jay to Get Five More StoriesAstoria: If a park designated as a “sitting area” has nowhere to sit, is that kind of like if a tree fell in the forest in that park — if there were a forest there — and no one heard it? Is it really a sitting area at all? Or even a forest or a park? Think about it. [Queens Crap] Bushwick: Get your knives out, the Argentines are coming! Uh, your steak knives, that is, because they make great steaks. Get it? [BushwickBK] Dumbo: That landmark building at 10 Jay Street where the raves used to be held in the early aughts? Those aren’t cabanas going on the roof — it’s added five stories! Is it going residential? [DumboNYC]
  45. neighborhood watch
    A Chabad BlogsAstoria: Hm, if we get on the list now, can we make it into this de-gorgeous affordable housing complex for the elder set by the time we’re 65? If our income stays where it is now, we know we’ll qualify. [OuterB] Crown Heights: The Chabad Orthodox sect here has a totally pimped-out ride memorializing the late, great Rebbe Schneerson. And did you know they also have their own blog? They’re so now! [Curbed] Harlem: At P.S. 161 on Convent Ave., the teachers park on the sidewalks! Do they think they can get away with this just because they make subsistence wages? We think not. [Streetsblog]
  46. neighborhood watch
    How High Can Walentas Go In Cobble Hill?Cobble Hill: Whether Dave Walentas gets to build ten feet higher than the limit in the historic district here is no trivial matter. [Curbed] East Village: How dare this woman feel so secure around here that she leaves her bike unlocked? Would someone please steal it to teach her a lesson? [Vanishing New York] Gravesend: Sears Tower co-owner Joseph Cayre just sold his home here, an enclave of rich Syrian Jews, for $10 million, the second-highest price ever for a Brooklyn crib. [Real Deal]
  47. neighborhood watch
    Buttoned-Up Gowanus? Now That’s a Theoretical Rendering.Bushwick: Hoo-boy. We’re worried that this very outspoken gentrifying gay blogger — “The Ghetto Gauntlet”? “Shitbag bodegas”? — is cruising for a serious, Bushwick-style bruising. [Bushwick] Gowanus: Only more shocking than this rendering of a massive glass tower planned for Third Avenue and 6th Street is its imagining that, in the near future, people in this skanky/hip hood will be wearing suits and ties. [Gowanus Lounge] Harlem: A very angry-sounding Katrina two-year-anniversary rally is planned for 125th Street this afternoon. [Uptown Flavor] Meatpacking District: How could we have missed that the spike-heeled Carrie Bradtrons who’ve overrun the meatpacking district have their very own blogger? (And we love that she thinks area designer Thom Browne might be straight. Come on, girl. The guy wears short shorts.) [Stilettos on Cobblestones] Prospect Heights: In a nice match, newcomers here sound about as unpretentiously boring and nondescript as the neighborhood itself. [Daily Heights] Tribeca: Area landlords are saving on exterminator dollars by recommending that their tenants let loose “Gecos” [sic] on insect invaders. As in the salamander-type creature that’s the car-insurance mascot. Yes, it’s come to that. [Curbed] Willets Point: Did the city encourage blight in the decrepit Iron Triangle area of the Bronx in order to evoke eminent domain and gentrify it? One columnist thinks so. [NYO via OuterB]
  48. in other news
    Rich Uptowners Ruin It for EveryoneReal estate in this city is, as you know, expensive. As we understand it, this is fundamentally a supply-and-demand issue: Lots of people want to live here, but there are only so many apartments. Which is why you should resent Robert and Suzanne Cochran, whom the Sun trots out today as the face of a new trend: uptowners buying second homes downtown. The Cochrans live on Park Avenue (and have a place in Wainscott, natch), but decided to pick up a pied-à-terre — a 5,200-square-foot pied-à-terre — in Tribeca.
  49. neighborhood watch
    When Demolished Buildings AttackDumbo: Neighborhood maps distributed by Two Trees Management show 77 retail outlets, up from a paltry 23 in 2002. [Brooklyn Eagle via Dumbo NYC] Long Island City: The New York Blood Center’s got swank new digs here, but at least one local would prefer a real hospital. [Queens Chronicle] Park Slope: The Department of Transportation is considering a new traffic safety plan for 9th Street, but residents and cyclists are clashing over it. [Streetsblog] Prospect Heights: After the Atlantic Yards demolition caused debris to rain down on Pacific Street, local politicians want construction to halt. [The Brooklyn Paper] Tribeca: Miffed residents want to know why plans for a massive sanitation garage were moved from the West Thirties to their area, within a stone’s throw of new luxury housing. [The Villager] West Village: Folks are massing against megadeveloper Related’s bid to turn sleepy Pier 40 into an entertainment complex they jeeringly call “Vegas on the Hudson.” [NYS]
  50. vu.
    Tribeca: Go for the Movies, Stay for the LoftsLet the cinéastes take over the Tribeca Film Festival. It means less crowded open houses for you this weekend. Not that there won’t be enough competition: Tribeca, after all, is one of Manhattan’s best-loved — and most expensive — neighborhoods. The quiet remove, great restaurants, stellar public schools, surprisingly family-friendly vibe, and charming local shops are all good reasons to move here. But what attracts buyers most is the housing stock — row upon row of warehouses refashioned into condos and co-ops filled with high-ceilinged lofts. (There’s new construction, too.) No wonder Tribeca’s the neighborhood of choice for the glitterati (James Gandolfini, Meryl Streep, and, of course, its biggest booster, Robert De Niro, call it home). There’s plenty of room for plebes, too, though the good life doesn’t come cheap. After the jump, a list of properties to view this weekend. —S. Jhoanna Robledo
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