Signage appears at ‘Hayden’ at 43-25 Hunter Street

The last time we checked in at Rockrose’s project, Hayden, located at 43-25 Hunter Street, the building had just opened to affordable housing.1 When we were walking by the building earlier in the week, we saw that signage has appeared on site, advertising the leasing gallery.

More information can be found on its website, HaydenLIC.com.

43-25 Hunter Street

Signage has appeared at 43-25 Hunter Street

43-25 Hunter Street

Rendering for 43-25 Hunter Street


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LIC Kids Gymnastics’ Brunch of Champions 2/12

Brunch of Champions
February 12th, 2017
10:00am-1:00pm
Riverview Restaurant and Lounge

Please join us for an amazing event celebrating National Girls and Women in Sports Day! Enjoy the breathtaking Manhattan Skyline as you partake in a delicious brunch and incredible activities. You and your #girlchampion gymnast will have a great time as we celebrate the accomplishments of girls and women in sports. All net proceeds from the event will go to Girls Inc, to continue to support athletic programs for girls.

Adult Ticket $30
All Guest 18 yrs. or older

Ticket Includes:
Brunch buffet, Soft drinks, Juice, Coffee, and Dessert (Cocktails will be available for an additional charge. Cash Only.)
Full event program including presentations, fashion show and autograph session
1 Adult Raffle Ticket (Additional Raffle Tickets will be available for purchase)
1 #girlchampion SWAG bag

Children’s Tickets $15
(Children 4 yrs-17 yrs of age,
Children 3 and younger are free)

Ticket Includes:
Brunch buffet, Soft drinks, Juice, and Dessert
Full event program including presentations, fashion show and autograph session
1 Activity Pack
1 Kids Raffle Ticket (Kids and Gymnastics-based prizes)
1 #girlchampion SWAG bag

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MoMA PS1 Night at the Museum is Back! | Friday, January 27

Night at the Museum
Friday, January 27, 2017
8pm–midnight

Tickets $15
RSVP on Facebook

Join us for the first Night at the Museum of 2017 on Friday, January 27. The entire museum will be open until midnight, including a unique opportunity to view James Turrell’s Meeting after dark (weather permitting). We’ll have cocktails and food by M. Wells to enjoy, and some special surprises in store. Get your tickets now!

On View:
Mark Leckey: Containers and Their Drivers
Projects 105: Cinthia Marcelle
Sascha Braunig: Shivers

MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101

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Cabaret coming to Secret Theatre

CABARET


Book by Joe Masteroff
Based on the play by John Van Druten and
Stories by Christopher Isherwood
Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb

Following our hit productions of A Chorus Line and almost exactly one year later Secret Theatre Musicals is proud to present superb version of another iconic classic musical, Cabaret and we promise a production to remember!

Hidden in the back alley of a warehouse just outside Manhattan is the most accepting, riotous, throw down club of 1930’s Berlin. Cabaret returns to New York City in an intimate, immersive production, which will bring audiences inside the musical like never before. Let go of your inhibitions and come as you please because inside the Kit Kat Club, everyone’s wilkommen. But don’t get too cozy (or let your guard down too far); outside our doors the world won’t be so kind.

Starring Larry Owens (Gigantic, A Strange Loop) as the Emcee, Natalie Walker as Sally Bowles, and Jesse Weil as Cliff, Sue Lynn Yu as Fraulein Schneider, Mark Coffin as Herr Schultz, and Alexa Poller as Fraulein Kost. The company includes Vinny Celerio, Parker Drown, Ninoshka De Leon Gill, Daniella Mendoza, Russell Peck, Rafaela Raposa, Shoshanna Richman, Trevor Salter, and Sara Traenor.

Co-Directed and choreographed by Chloe Treat (Associate on The Great Comet) and Co-Directed by Hunter Bird (Associate on The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart), Scenic Design by Justin and Christopher Swader (Circus in Winter), Music Director Dan Garmon, Executive Producer Richard Mazda, Producer Stephanie Wilson, Michael Tosto Production Stage Manager, Ben Danielson Stage Manager & Krystal Wilson Spot Operator/ASM

Tickets $20

Performances on Feb 2,3,4,5, 8, 9 10, 11,12,15,16,17,18,19  @ 7.30 pm

Matinee performances on Feb 12 & 19 @ 2.30 pm

Seating:  Assigned seating

Tickets available on secrettheatre.com or call box office 718 392 0722

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Partial Reveal: 27-07 43rd Avenue, future home of Hyatt

We last checked in on 27-07 43rd Avenue, the future home of a Hyatt Hotel, back in November, when construction crews were well along the way installing outside facade.1 When we stopped by last week, we saw that construction crews have taken down scaffolding on the east side of the project for a partial reveal of the facade, as seen in the photo below.

When all is said and done, the building will turn into a 9-story Hyatt Hotel with 108 hotel rooms and nearly 50,000 square feet commercial space.2 According to the rendering, construction as supposed to end sometime in 2016, but it’s looking more like mid-2017 at this rate.

27-07 43rd Avenue

There is a partial reveal of the facade at 27-07 43rd Avenue

27-07 43rd Avenue

Other parts of the site are still covered in scaffolding

27-07 43rd Avenue

Rendering for 27-07 43rd Avenue


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