Despite a lot of outreach and awareness by a variety of local politicians and preservations groups, the historic townhouses here between Avenue C and Avenue D continue their journey toward the luxury
Since we last looked, workers erected the sidewalk sheds...
And you can see right through now... not much is left inside. Workers have removed the guts.
However, the work on this block isn't limited to 326-328. There's also a sidewalk shed in front of 322.
According to a newly renewed work permit:
Interior renovation of existing apartments, including addition of one floor and penthouse; including structural, plumbing and mechanical work.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Historic East Fourth Street artists' collective soon to be condos
Two side-by-side townhouses on East Fourth Street await your renovation
City doesn't give a shit about these historic East Village townhouses