Meanwhile, the listing for the space is online now... the rent is $11,250 ...
Per the listing: "No Cooking or conflicting uses."
Meanwhile, WalkerMalloy also has a listing for the corner space at East Ninth Street ...currently the travel agency... the space is $13,600. Same deal: "No Cooking or conflicting uses."
Back to Jeremiah's May 30 post:
After all, Astor Place is changing — a shiny new tower is coming, and shiny new towers bring shiny new people who want all things to be shiny and new. As [Sheila Gray, director of Atlas] noted to me, Atlas and the East Village Cheese shop are the only old-school businesses left on the block — now the cheese stands alone and we have to wonder for how much longer.