A few weeks ago, we pointed out the ongoing demolition at 331 E. Sixth St., described in a real-estate listing this way: "this home with its magical Tuscan inspired garden proves to be one of the finest East Village houses available."
Yesterday, Labor Day, we walked by and saw workers on the scene ... and not much else. This house that dates to 1852 is now a pile of rubble.
So much for the DOB permits that show that "side masonry walls to remain." As far as we can tell from the street, nothing remains.
We've heard from a few outraged neighbors about this. Meanwhile, a Very Special Tipster noted the following message outside the construction site.
For more on the property, read Off the Grid's post on it here.