Sunday, March 6, 2016

Week in Grieview

[Wish you were here outside Toy Tokyo, photo by Derek Berg]

Jared Kushner's residents at 118 E. Fourth St. would like gas for cooking and some heat (Thursday)

City changes way it will treat people drinking or urinating (or both) in public (Thursday)

The Stage Restaurant will not be reopening (Wednesday) Fake NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene sign at Stage takes aim at landlord Icon Realty (Wednesday)

"Gentrification in Progress" tape arrives at former Trash & Vaudeville and Stage Restaurant spaces (Thursday)

Cops storm East Ninth Street, apparently find nothing (Thursday)

Final visits to five downtown businesses (Tuesday)

Krystal's Cafe 81 has closed for good on East Seventh Street (Thursday)

At the Parkside Lounge's new back room (Friday)

NYC Velo cycling to new storefront next door on Second Avenue (Friday)

Two beverage distributors depart East Second Street. What next for the spaces? (Wednesday)

Baiting the former Chase branch on Second Avenue for rats ahead of demolition (Friday)

The Calyx has been branded on Avenue C (Tuesday)

Out and About with Annie Ju and Melissa Scott, owners of an.mé /ahn-may on East Ninth Street (Wednesday)

Developers buy former LES nursing facility on Rivington for luxury housing (Monday)

Hakata Hot Pot (RIP Sushi Lounge) has moved on St. Mark's Place (Thursday)

The former Russian Souvenirs will become a coffee shop on East 14th Store (Monday)

Banana Leaf closes on East Sixth Street (Wednesday)

Take a chance on living in a rent-stabilized apartment in Stuy Town (Tuesday)

A branch of the Southern California-based Sugared+Bronzed salon (Monday)

Tacos in the works for East Second Street (Monday)

Maybe Fairway won't be coming to the East Village (Tuesday)

East Seventh Street maintaining rep for stunt parking (Wednesday)

100 Avenue A reps say that 100 Avenue A is already 50-percent sold (Thursday)

How about a new smoke shop for East Houston (Monday)

... and the last of the fake movie snow has been packed up on East Fourth Street...

[Photo by Derek Berg]

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