Thursday, January 26, 2012
Work continues at 100 Third Ave. between 12th Street and 13th Street... The address, which once belonged to the Lyric Theatre in 1910 (and much later the men's XXX Jewel then the Bijou and eventually the mainstream Cinema Village Third Avenue), has been under renovation for years. ... looks like an additional five floors.
Some day, the address will also be the new home to Nevada Smith's, which vacated its previous location one block to the south last November ... Nevada Smith's is on the February CB3/SLA docket for a liquor license here.
Anyway, a worker left a door open at 100 Third Ave. and...
Well, looks as if there's a lot left to do on the ground-floor space where, presumably, Nevada Smith's will live...
Per the DOB, the building was zoned commercial ... and it was re-categorized as "F-1B - Assembly (Churches, Concert Halls)." I suppose this is a type of worship.
Anyway, for now, Nevada Smith's is moonlighting at Webster Hall.
Previously on EV Grieve:
100 Third Ave. looks to be Nevada Smith's new home
Those persistent rumors about 74-76 Third Avenue and the future of Nevada Smith's
The East Village will lose a parking lot and gain an apartment building
100 Third Avenue's lonely add-on
Workers spotted at previously dormant 100 Third Ave.