Even with a new company starting up, Harvey Weinstein has found time for real estate endeavors to ease the transition. Recently, the Weinstein Company purchased the
The Times discovers that “strangely organic yet somewhat self-consciously cutting-edge neighborhood” sprouting around the High Line. Ritzy restauranteurs, starchitects, and gallerists all get Read More
When the Weinstein brothers broke ties with Disney last April, there were a few matters that needed to be addressed, including real estate. As part of their settlement agreement, The Weinstein Company recently purchased a 3rd floor office at 375 Greenwich Street for $2.2 million, according to public records.
Conveniently, Read More
Only on the Upper East Side would the coming deluge of Bloomberg robo-calls kick off with one from Harvey Weinstein, as one reader who lives up there reports it has.
“Could their database KNOW I like Miramax films?” she asks in jest. Mostly in jest. Read More
It was the biggest in U.S. history. People gasped when they saw it coming. It was scary. It damn near pulled my arms out of their sockets. I am talking about the world’s first Category 6 goodie bag.
In fairness to all concerned, we were given ample warning. Halfway through Allure magazine’s 10th Anniversary Read More
Robert De Niro, his hair gray and long, lurked in the moody dark of his own restaurant. Around him, flutes of Veuve Clicquot twinkled in the air. Mr. De Niro leaned against a delicate netting of palm fronds, designs that had been woven by Malaysian craftsmen but conceived on a computer.
“This is a Read More
In today’s Transom: a tour of Nobu 57, the hotspot’s new uptown digs, with Nobu’s general manager and architect David Rockwell. And, did Harvey Weinstein panic midway through the promotion for Rachel Pines’ The Twins of Tribeca, that snippy Miramax tell-all? Mayor Bloomberg—a Republican, in case you’ve forgotten—seduces Howard Dean for the 2008 Democratic Read More
The Transom, in its former civilian life, once had the pleasure of accompanying a local magazine’s former party reporter, Elizabeth Spiers, to what they call a “red-carpet event.”
By now, that evening has been rendered by the haze of time into Mad Libs.
The occasion was to announce an amount of money- a largish Read More
To channel Page Six for a moment, we hear that Bernie Kerik just had lunch with Sly Stallone at midtown’s Fresco by Scotto.
And that Stallone might be interested in playing our favorite embattled three-timing-husband/chauffeur-turned-commissioner in the movie version of Kerik’s autobiography, Lost Son: A Life in Pursuit of Read More
“We started the whole thing. And we were so busy working on these movies-these smaller movies, these foreign-language movies-that we never had time to look at it and reflect,” said Meryl Poster.
Ms. Poster, a production executive at Miramax Film Corp., had less to do that day than you might imagine an executive at the Read More
When Miramax Books sent out their spring/summer 2005 catalog, the cover art for The Twins of Tribeca, the roman à clef by Rachel Pine based on her time working at Miramax Films, depicted a cowering publicist hiding her face behind a clipboard on an unfurling red carpet. Above her loomed shadows of two big thugs Read More