Sunday, November 1, 2015

Week in Grieview

[EVG photo of the Ageloff Towers on Avenue A]

Check out the new 10-story building for the former Second Avenue BP station, (Wednesday) which has been demolished (Thursday)

Saint's Alp Teahouse closes for good (Tuesday)

There are now two ping-pong tables in Tompkins Square Park (Wednesday)

Local politicos seek answers from the Blackstone Group on the Stuy Town air rights deal (Tuesday)

NatureEs, the Mars Bar replacement, seeking to become a Spanish bistro (Thursday)

The Post discovers Alphabet City again (Thursday, 47 comments)

A new rendering for 100 Avenue A (Tuesday)

Out and About with Robert (Wednesday)

The "stunning boutique collection" of new residences on East First Street (Monday)

About "a coordinated visit" to buildings owned by Brookhill Properties on East Fifth Street (Thursday)

City closes Brooklyn Dark Hemp Bar on St. Mark's Place until they add two additional sinks (Monday)

543 1/2 E. Sixth St., home of Sunny & Annie's, is for sale (Thursday)

A "St. Marks Is Dead" book release party (Friday)

On Second Avenue, Moonstruck Diner is now The Kitchen Sink (Wednesday)

A small victory for the Stage vs. Icon Realty (Monday)

American Apparel closes on East Houston (Tuesday)

Incoming sign of Virgola on East Seventh Street (Monday)

Former Sustainable NYC space for lease on Avenue A (Wednesday)

Le Petit Parisien opening soon on East Seventh Street (Friday)

Some rat proofing for Tompkins Square Park (Monday)

One East Village bar is ready for SantaCon (Thursday)

Decaf anyone? The Swiss Water® Coffee Studio open on Lafayette and East Houston (Tuesday)

Continuing to jazz up the Charlie Parker Residence on Avenue B (Thursday)

DOH temporarily closes Sushi Dojo on First Avenue (Monday)

… and a reader noted that residents at Icon's 205 Avenue A were kind enough to advertise their party on the front door…

… finally, some Halloween love on the L train…

[Photo by Grant Shaffer]

... and ONE more Halloween costume pic... on Second Avenue and East Fourth Street...

[Photo by Derek Berg]

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