Sunday, April 3, 2016

Week in Grieview

[Citi Bike to the rescue on A. Photo by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

A Day of Remembrance (Monday)

Former Sock Man space to become an ice cream shop (Friday)

Plywood report and the future of 75 1st Ave. (Spoiler: condos) (Tuesday)

Report: Landlord Steve Croman owes the city over $1 million in unpaid code violations (Tuesday)

Pizzeria in the works for 8th and C (Friday)

Spring (Thursday)

Out and About with Jon R. Jewett (Wednesday)

Brazen Fox owners looking to open a bar-restaurant across the street (Monday)

Ess-A-Bagel eyeing a May opening now (Friday)

Bagel Belly opens (Saturday)

Report: Settlement reached with family of man stabbed to death at Barrier Free Living on East Second Street (Thursday)

Lack of gas stations downtown a concern (Tuesday)

There's a Vietnamese restaurant proposed for the former Luca Bar on St. Mark's Place (Thursday)

Report: Landlord Jared Kushner "treats both rent-stabilized and market-rate tenants badly" (Thursday)

Another local Equinox is on the way (Thursday)

Construction watch: Thirteen East + West (Wednesday)

This open-air home could use a home on Avenue B (Monday)

Brown and out on East 13th Street (Wednesday)

Confessional space for rent on East Sixth Street (Tuesday)

East Village Tobacco & Variety Shop is closing after 6 months on East Ninth Street (Monday)

Still living the dream on the Lower East Side (Wednesday)

Report: Coyote Ugly is now a global brand worth $80 million (Monday)

East Second Street gets milled (Tuesday)

... and save the last dance for Jerry and Beacon...

[Photo in Tompkins Square Park by Grant Shaffer]


Anonymous said...

So is that the new look for Dogzs to use the dog run in TSP.

Anonymous said...

'ello love!