Good morning and happy Thursday. There is still no clarity on whether the nor’easter this weekend is going to become a bomb cyclone. We should know tomorrow… Meanwhile, keep wrapped up.
Grammy winner Philip Lawrence has put his apartment at One West End (the corner of W59th St and 11th Ave) on the market for $8.25m. Check out the great view of Hell’s Kitchen — and his amazing closet! More here…
Back on the streets… The Hell’s Kitchen Community Cupboard — a neighborhood food share currently open outside the Ryan Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center on 10th Avenue — is seeking a second home with electricity for a refrigerator as they look to expand operations. Read more…
What we’ve been reading
Is destroying a big chunk of the city the only way to save it? A view of the planned Penn redevelopment. (Curbed)
“Please don’t do that” — reaction to shoplifting at Hell’s Kitchen drug store. (New York Post)
Attendances are up as ticket prices go down on Broadway. (Broadway News)
If your heating goes off, what can you do in NYC? (Bushwick Daily)
How 25 cent martinis came and went… (Grub Street)
While we were sleeping, this happened! Thanks again to Gary Hershorn for getting up early and recording this “30 percent illuminated moon” rising behind the Manhattan skyline this morning.