February 2023


The physical Manhattan Community Board 1 office at 1 Centre St., Room 2202-A North has reopened. 

All meetings begin at 6 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.


After February 28, 2023 Community Board members, applicants and public members may
be required to attend in person. We are awaiting further guidance from the New York
Governor’s Executive Office and the Office of the Manhattan Borough President.
Community Board 1 will communicate whether or not there is a change by email blast, our
website and updates on social media. If we do return to an in-person meeting format, the
public is encouraged to use webex via https://live.mcb1.nyc due to acute capacity
constraints.

Please check agendas weekly. We will continue to update as we receive ongoing information on
priority business.


2/1 Battery Park City Committee
1. Presentation on Upcoming North/West Battery Park City Resiliency Project Reach-
specific Meetings - Nicholas Sbordone, Vice President of Communications & Public
Affairs, Battery Park City Authority
2. Reporting Out from Recent Meeting Between CB 1 and the Port Authority of New York
& New Jersey on Brookfield Pier Activity - Justine Cuccia, CB 1 Battery Park City
Committee Chair and Jeff Galloway, CB 1 Battery Park City Committee Co-Chair
3. BPC Security Update – Patrick Murphy, Director of Security, Allied Universal
4. BPCA Report – Nicholas Sbordone, Vice President of Communications & Public Affairs,
Battery Park City Authority


2/7 Transportation & Street Permits Committee
1. Agenda to be determined


2/8 Licensing & Permits Committee


Financial District area
1. 123 Greenwich Street, TNNY AX LLC and Ned NY Greenwich LLC, new application
for a liquor license - Resolution
2. 88 Wall Street, 88 Wall manager LLC & JJ Hospitality 1 LLC, application for a method
of operation change on their hotel on premise liquor license - Resolution
3. 251 Fulton street/1 Liberty Plaza, World Trade Center Performing Arts Center Inc,
application for a new application and temporary retail permit for full service liquor
license - Resolution
4. 56 Beaver Street, DRG Hospitality Group Inc., d/b/a Delmonicos, new application for a
liquor license - Resolution


The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change,
minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, temporary retail
permits, renewal of sidewalk café permits, and recurring street closure permits:
● Gouverneur Lane South Street Pier 11, application for a renewal liquor license for
Seastreak LLC d/b/a Seastreak Highlands
● Gouverneur Lane South Street Pier 11, application for a renewal liquor license for
Seastreak LLC d/b/a Ocean State
● Gouverneur Lane South Street Pier 11, application for a renewal liquor license for
Seastreak LLC d/b/a Martha’s Vineyard Express
● Gouverneur Lane South Street Pier 11, application for a renewal liquor license for
Seastreak LLC d/b/a Whaling City Express
● Gouverneur Lane South Street Pier 11, application for a renewal liquor license for
Seastreak LLC d/b/a Seastreak New York
● Gouverneur Lane South Street Pier 11, application for a renewal liquor license for
Seastreak LLC d/b/a Seastreak Nantucket Express
● Gouverneur Lane South Street Pier 11, application for a renewal liquor license for
Seastreak LLC d/b/a Seastreak New Jersey
● 33 Vesey Street, application for a renewal liquor license for Legends Hospitality LLC
● 80 Nassau Street, application for a renewal wine beer cider liquor license for Mekong
88 d/b/a IMM
● 195 Broadway, application for a renewal liquor license for Nobu 195 LLC d/b/a Nobu
Downtown


Governor’s Island area
1. Agenda to be determined
The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change,
minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, temporary retail
permits, renewal of sidewalk café permits, and recurring street closure permits:
● Currently no business


Seaport/Civic Center area
1. 96 South Street, Fulton Seafood market LLC & Creative Culinary Management Company
LLC, application for an alteration to restaurant liquor license - Resolution
2. 161 Water Street,1st floor, 169 Cafe LLC, application for a new application and
temporary retail permit for wine, beer and cider license - Resolution
3. 161 Water Street 5th and 6th floor, WSA Community Arts LLC, application for a new
application and temporary retail permit for full liquor license - Resolution
4. 161-169 Water Street,10th floor, Lets Pow Wow LLC, application for a new application
and temporary retail permit for full liquor license - Resolution
5. 161 Water Street 15th floor, Culinary Pursuits LLC, application for a new application and
temporary retail permit for full liquor license - Resolution
6. 161 Water Street 16th through 18th floor, Culinary Pursuits LLC, application for a new
application and temporary retail permit for full liquor license - Resolution

The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change,
minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, temporary retail
permits, renewal of sidewalk café permits, and recurring street closure permits:
● 80 Beekman Street, application for a renewal wine beer cider license for G.E.N and
M Inc. d/b/a Squires Coffee Shop


Battery Park City area
1. Agenda to be determined
The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change,
minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, temporary retail
permits, renewal of sidewalk café permits, and recurring street closure permits:
● 2 World Financial Center aka 225 Liberty St, application for a renewal liquor license
for The Institute of Culinary Education Inc. d/b/a Peter Kumps NY Cooking School
● 225 Liberty Street, Store 120, application for a renewal liquor license for Hanover
Ventures Marketplace LLC d/b/a Le District


Tribeca area
1. 86 Warren Street, Warren Street Hotel LLC, new application for a hotel, on-premise
liquor license – Resolution
The following notices have been received for renewal, upgrade, corporate change,
minor alteration or transfer of wine and beer or liquor licenses, temporary retail
permits, renewal of sidewalk café permits, and recurring street closure permits:
● 79 Walker Street, application for a renewal liquor license for 79 Walker Street
Restaurant LLC d/b/a Au Cheval Diner
● 266 Canal street, West store, application for a renewal liquor license for August
Gatherings NYC Corp


2/9 Landmarks & Preservation Committee
1. Agenda to be determined


2/13 Land Use, Zoning & Economic Development Committee
1. Affordable Housing Proposals for Office Conversions - Presentation by John Sanchez,
Executive Director of the 5 Borough Housing Movement


2/14 Youth & Education Committee
1. Agenda to be determined


2/15 Quality of Life & Service Delivery Committee
1. Agenda to be determined


“All meetings are recorded to the extent practicable and posted on CB1's Youtube page as soon as possible.
https://www.youtube.com/c/ManhattanCommunityBoard1/featured


If there are any relevant draft resolutions that will be considered at this meeting, they may be found here


All documents relating to the above agenda items are on file at the Community Board 1 office and are available for viewing by the public upon written request to man01@cb.nyc.gov

At all meetings, additional items may be raised as "New Business"


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February 2023



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