Friday, July 22, 2011

Workers gutting the former Superdive space


Dave on 7th notes that workers are gutting the retail space at 200 Avenue A (aka, the former Superdive) this afternoon. The pop-up art gallery left the space on July 10. After being rejected three times by the CB3/SLA committee, a group going by Hospitality LLC went to the State Liquor Authority on July 12 for a full liquor license. The group aspires to open a bar/restaurant/art gallery here. A decision on the license is expected in the next week. Or so.

Oh, and the DOB does have permits on file for this work.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

They had the doors open yesterday and were working on the space, which was gutted. I wondered if they had permits. I see they do according to this post. I wish a useful neighborhood business would go in here. I would love a laundromat. But that's just me.

esquared said...

i'm sure the fratdouches are weeping over this in their own way...in the hamptons