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Events, film

Image courtesy of Natalie Aders

The Tribeca Film Festival this week announced its line-up of free outdoor screenings for the 2022 season. Taking place at the newly opened rooftop park Pier 57 and Brookfield Place from June 8 to June 19, programming features films across a wide variety of genres and themes, highlighting movies connected to Juneteenth, LGBTQ+, Latinx communities, the environment, music, and includes family-friendly films for audiences of all ages.

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Chelsea, Major Developments, Manhattan

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More than 10 years and over $400 million later, an 80,000-square-foot public park is now open on the rooftop of Pier 57 in Hudson River Park. Formerly a maritime port and bus depot, the pier has been transformed into a mixed-use development with office space for Google and a new food hall curated by the James Beard Foundation. The new two-acre green space, the largest of its kind in New York City, will be open to the public daily from 7 a.m. and 10 p.m.

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Chelsea, Restaurants

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The culinary nonprofit organization the James Beard Foundation (JBF) announced on Friday they will be the anchor tenant of Pier 57’s new food hall, which is set to open in the fall of 2022. The food hall will be developed in cooperation with real estate and development firm Jamestown, which will work with the JBF to curate vendors and manage it for Google.

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Events

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The Tribeca Film Festival first launched in 2002 following the September 11 terrorist attacks, part of an effort to fuel Lower Manhattan’s comeback. Now after a devastating year for New York, the film festival hopes to bring the city together once again for its 20th anniversary. From June 9 to June 20, there will be 12 days of outdoor, in-person screenings with events taking place in every borough.

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Chelsea, Manhattan, Restaurants

Photo of the main venue by Adam Pass

Entertainment venue and restaurant City Winery will launch next week a coronavirus testing pilot program for guests who want to dine indoors. The Pier 57 establishment, which just opened its new flagship location last month, will require all patrons and staff to take a rapid COVID-19 test before entering on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings only. Those visiting City Winery on those two days will make a reservation via Resy online and make a payment of $50 per person for the test. It’s the first restaurant to create a COVID testing program for indoor dining, according to City Winery.

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Chelsea, Restaurants

City Winery to open flagship venue at Pier 57 this week

By Devin Gannon, Tue, October 13, 2020

Photo of dining room by Adam Pass

The massive new flagship of entertainment venue and restaurant City Winery will open this week at Hudson River Park’s Pier 57. Starting October 15, the restaurant will accept reservations for limited capacity indoor and outdoor dining, with 200 seats available inside and 70 seats outside. City Winery was forced to move from its longtime Varick Street location last year after the Walt Disney Company purchased the property with plans to open new production space and offices there.

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Chelsea, Restaurants

Pier 57, City Winery

All renderings courtesy of City Winery

How’s a glass of wine with a view of the new Pier 55 offshore park sound? If the answer is “good,” that’s exactly what you’ll get at City Winery‘s new location coming just up the street at Pier 57. Located at 15th Street in Hudson River Park, the venue is part of the pier’s larger $380 million renovation that includes a new home for Google. City Winery will have a restaurant, tasting room with River views, a fully functioning winery/wine production facility, a 350-seat concert hall, and a 150-person loft event space. After 11 years, City Winery closed its long-time Tribeca location last summer.

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Chelsea, City Living, Events

Get a first look at City Winery’s new Pier 57 location

By Michelle Cohen, Mon, April 15, 2019

city winery, pier 57, hudson river park

Rendering courtesy of City Winery/Fox Greenberg PR.

After much anticipation, Tribeca venue City Winery recently announced that it will leave its 10-year home at 155 Varick Street for a new 32,000-square-foot space at Pier 57 in Hudson River Park. The Pier will be anchored by Google and occupies a highly visible location at West 15th Street. The venue has just released renderings of both the exterior and the inside of the new space.

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Hudson Square

City Winery is moving to Google’s Pier 57

By Devin Gannon, Tue, April 2, 2019

City Winery, Disney, Varick Street

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Update 4/2/19: City Winery is moving to Hudson River Park’s Pier 57, Crain’s reported on Monday. The music venue joins other retail and food vendors planned for the pier, which is currently undergoing a $380 million transformation from a former maritime port into a modern mixed-use development, with Google as its primary tenant. 

Entertainment venue City Winery has found a new home not far from its current Varick Street location. The founder of the company, Michael Dorf, plans on revealing the exact spot next month and told Crain’s the new location is just a “three-minute Uber or Citi Bike ride” from the present Hudson Square space, which will close this summer. Dorf has been forced to relocate his business to allow for the construction of a new ABC and WABC News headquarters.

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Chelsea, Major Developments

Pier 57, Chelsea, Google

Renderings via RXR Realty

The transformation of Pier 57 from a former maritime port and bus garage into a modern mixed-use development is fully underway. A flyover video of the site uncovered by CityRealty last week shows off its planned 80,000-square-foot outdoor rooftop park, which claims to be the largest public outdoor space in Chelsea. Led by RXR Realty and Youngwoo & Associates, the $380 million project will bring 265,000 square feet of office space, with Google as the primary tenant.

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