Plus: The New York Dolls reopening party; what to expect at the "Experience Mars" event; why the Broadway bus bulb remains unfinished; show of 1970s art at Hal Bromm Gallery; looking down on Barclay Tower.
Plus: Salt Shed photos, signage, and noise report; snow wave; wooden walkway at Hudson River Park; Franklin Place façade. / 1 comment
Plus: Checking in on the Franklin Place condo; Haus giving up its windows for advertising; the new drugstore is a Duane Reade and a Walgreens; "The Affair" can't quit us; where are these Tribecans now? / 1 comment
The "different criteria and expectations for pedestrians vis-a-vis drivers" is in no way comparable to that between bikes and cars.... — jfrankp / In the News: Inside Augustine
....I'll throw some coins at that.... — John / Seen & Heard: New York Dolls Update
This “temporary post and panel structure” looks like what is out in front of the relatively new building at 350... — James / Nosy Neighbor: What’s Being Done to the Leonard Street Substation?
As a gay resident of Murray Street, I think we need a gay stripper bar. New York Dudes, anyone? — Will / Seen & Heard: New York Dolls Update
Presumably you're okay (as are most of us NY'ers) w/ different criteria and expectations for pedestrians vis-a-vis drivers. Is it... — Charles Komanoff / In the News: Inside Augustine
All other considerations aside, the demolition clauses used to evict the retail tenants early likely required the demolition of the... — James / First Look at the New Building on W. Broadway
It sickens me that they're tearing down the whole block. Why not leave some of those lovely old 19th century... — Will / First Look at the New Building on W. Broadway
Plus: Half of New Amsterdam Market's board resigned; affordable housing initiatives; 9/11 spreadsheet rediscovered; Seaport ship update; R train tunnel may reopen early; cyclist hit-and-run; Jane Pratt. / 2 comments
Eight conversions are currently underway, bringing nearly 500 new residential units to the six-block stretch between Canal and Worth—and that doesn't even include the site that's rumored to be making way for a 14-story condo. / 3 comments
After the roundup of new buildings, it made sense to look at the many buildings being converted into condos. The total number of units from these conversions? Around 350.
Plus: Franklin Place to be closed; new building at 84 White; Subway moving.