Roosevelt Landings sale tops $1.1 billion as L+M Fund Management takes over the lease for the largest of the original WIRE buildings. With RIOC’s approval, the deal closes on Wednesday, October 23rd. Advertisements
What the hell’s going on with Blackwell House? The question popped into my head last week when I saw the historic landmark under a protective wrap again. In a Roosevelt Islander blog post, they asked, “… at what point will the condition of Blackwell House be such that it can be used for
David Kramer’s Main Street Retail Tango hit the stage again this week. The scene was a RIOC committee meeting, and Kramer repeated his familiar footwork. The audience tapped along. The first time I saw David Kramer do the Main Street Retail Tango, it was at the Chapel of the Good
Roosevelt Island’s future rolls large into view today when a RIOC committee takes on three big agenda items. By coincidence, they get critical attention at the same time, and each may permanently alter the community.
The controversial Sanctuary Event Space opened on Monday, September 30th, and it was low key. Hosting a fund raising event for Titan Theatre, it did so without required licenses in place. However low key, it was a sign of trouble ahead for Roosevelt Island.
Scenes: Fall For Arts 2019… Perfect weather welcomed muralists, kite lovers and more to Roosevelt Island for Fall For Arts 2019. The whole thing’s organized and sponsored by RIOC. Friends come along for the Island of Art event.