Friday, March 4, 2011

Deal apparently in place for former Croxley Ales beer garden

Back in November 2009, we noted that the former beer garden at Croxley Ales was on the market...

A quick recap:

East Village Development Site/Retail Space opportunity. The subject property is currently a vacant lot with 24 feet of frontage on Avenue B. My client is looking to sell the property which has approximately 7,680 buildable square feet, or sign a long term triple net lease for a retail tenant. The retail space can be built out to approximately 3,840 square feet of commercial space not including the basement.

And now an EV Grieve tipster notes that someone has removed the sign ... (not to mention the tree) ...

...and it appears some work has started on the space...

We contacted David W. Seid, president of DSR New York, who had the listing for the space — known as 26 Avenue B. Via an e-mail, he said: "I can't officially comment yet on what's going on Avenue B until it's finalized. If you would like to check back in with me at the end of March I should be able to give you more details."

Meanwhile, there aren't any filings just yet with the DOB. (On Tuesday, one resident called the DOB to complain about "illegal demolition." The city didn't spot any at the time of its inspection.)

Until we know more, we might as well wildly speculate! Anyone?

Previously on EV Grieve:
Former Croxley Ales beer garden ready for development

Things that I didn't notice before: The beer garden at Croxley Ales has closed

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