Monday, October 1, 2012

Here are your East 10th Street Historic District street signs

[Photo by Bobby Williams]

The Landmarks Preservation Commission OK'd the East 10th Street Historic District for the East Village in January.

And, as the photo shows, the East 10th Street Historic District street signs have arrived between Avenue A and Avenue B.

As you may recall, the Commission had the date for a public hearing on its proposal for the East 10th Street Historic District expedited because developer Ben Shaoul wanted to construct a rooftop addition at 315 E. 10th St. "that could potentially affect the character of the proposed district."

And we all know how that turned out.

1 comment:

Shawn Chittle said...

All-upper case letters are NOT harder to read.

Myth. Busted. Science. Research. Fact.


http://www.theteamw.com/2009/12/23/100-things-you-should-know-about-people-19-its-a-myth-that-all-capital-letters-are-inherently-harder-to-read/

Shame, shame on the Feds for this. Shame!