Sunday, August 9, 2015

Week in Grieview

[Photo on Avenue A by Derek Berg]

Work starts on new home of the East Village Cheese Shop (Tuesday)

Two Caffe Bene locations coming to the East Village (Monday)

Rent hike allegedly dooms East Sixth Street mainstay Gandhi (Monday) .. and there are takers for the space (Wednesday)

Reader report: Large portfolio of East Village buildings ready to change hands (Tuesday)

A smaller Galleria J. Antonio reopens on Avenue A (Monday)

Dallas BBQ is back in BBQ action (Friday)

Out and About with Norman (Wednesday)

Bodhi Tree closes on Third Avenue (Monday)

Wylie Dufresne is closing Alder on Second Avenue (Tuesday)

St. Mark's Bookshop seeking buyers with an ownership interest (Wednesday)

Lit Lounge has closed (Thursday)

Bikes, By George! — now as a sidewalk shop (Thursday)

Development drama continues at the former P.S. 64, where the city approved dorm-conversion permits (Monday) and is it for sale? (Thursday)

Barnyard Cheese "closed until further notice" on Avenue C (Tuesday)

The Robyn on East Third Street is for sale (Friday)

Historic carriage house on East 13th Street hits the market for $18 million (Wednesday)

First condo units at 189 Avenue C are now for sale (Friday)

51 Astor Place/the IBM Watson Building/Death Star receives $370 million loan (Thursday)

New Clinton Street Baking Company emerges from behind the plywood (Friday)

Taking to the sidewalk for boiler help (Wednesday)

… and the ping-pong tourney action continues in Tompkins Square Park on Friday nights…

[Photo by Carl Bentsen]

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