In the fall, the beloved Jane Ballroom in the West Village closed temporarily to obtain proper permits that the space lacked when it first opened last summer; two weeks ago, a more polite, well-behaved Jane finally reopened.
“It looks exactly the same, but it’s super-roomy now. Just imagine one-tenth of the amount Read More
The beleagured ballroom is back, with new provisions against neighbor-bothering and everything. Read More
Consolation prize: regardless of what happens with the Jane Ballroom, the Jane Hotel is more accessible than ever. It’s lowering its starting room rate to $69 (from $99) for March 2010.
This is either a great deal or a terrible deal, depending on what you want out of a hotel Read More
The Jane Hotel Ballroom, which shone as the brightest star in the nightlife sky for mere months before being shuttered by fun-hating neighbors and city inspectors, is BACK. Maybe.
Grub Street is dubious, but The Dizzy Fizz says it’s totally happening:
My trusty sources tell me that Sean MacPherson’s Read More
Things have quiet lately at the Jane Ballroom: meaning that one, it’s been closed, and two, there’s been no more neighbor-drama since it closed.
At the end of September, the summer’s reigning nightspot made residents of the West Village very angry. The feud played out in the Janestreeter newsletter, onRead More
Some of the Jane Hotel’s neighbors may not like it very much, but the Rusty Knot remains on friendly terms with the beleagured nightspot. The bar will be hosting Jane “pop-up nights” every Tuesday until further notice, says Eater NY.
Jane’s doormen will be present to enforce appropriate Jane exclusivity, Read More
On Monday, Feb. 16, the crowd assembled outside the Jane Hotel on the West Side Highway before the Cynthia Rowley show was greeted by protesters upset about the conversion of building from an SRO into a hotel. Once inside the small, chandelier-lit chamber, though, seats filled quickly, even though the room seemed full of mostly Read More
We’re back at full-steam. But here’s what we had during the past week or so:
Predictions, predictions. A rundown of what should happen in New York’s residential and commercial real estate markets in 2009. Find out where the apartment market’s headed, the office-leasing situation come next fall, and why investment sales will continue to Read More
The affable maitre d’ at the Waverly Inn stomped out to the curb on Wednesday night, Dec. 17, armed with pen and paper. He demanded to know, Who’s leading this mob?
About a dozen plainly dressed protesters had lined up outside the fashionable West Village celebrity haunt rather inconveniently around Read More