Sunday, April 10, 2016

Week in Grieview

[Photo by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

East Third Street buildings sell for $58 million, $34.5 million over the 2012 price (Tuesday)

Demolition permits filed for former Mobil station on Avenue C; plus new renderings of what's replacing it (Thursday)

Here's the rolled ice cream shop taking over the former Sock Man space on St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

Woman in critical condition after being struck by cab on University Place (Thursday)

The former Nino's is for rent on Avenue A and St. Mark's Place (Monday)

Developer Douglas Steiner presents Steiner East Village (Tuesday)

City clears the homeless out of Tompkins Square Park ahead of the mayor's visit to discuss the homeless (Tuesday)

New York state AG's office investigates Rivington House; city orders full Stop Work Order on the demolition (Wednesday)

Something in the works for the vacant space that housed Irreplaceable Artifacts on Second Avenue (Thursday)

Owner of 99 Favor Taste bringing Korean-style barbecue and Chinese hot pot to St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

Condos hit the market at former East 13th Street dumping ground (Friday)

11 stories of condos to join the growing East Houston residential horridor (Wednesday)

Proprietors offer more details about proposed Vietnamese restaurant for St. Mark's Place (Friday)

Cadillac's Castle has closed on East Ninth Street (Thursday)

On the corners of Avenue C: Albert Trummer's incoming Sanatorium; a closed pizzeria (Friday)

Sidewalk bridge at 100 Avenue A looks so naked now without the naked, painted people (Monday)

The Lyric Diner has closed once again in Gramercy Park (Wednesday)

All dogs in Stuy Town must now have a tag and lanyard (Friday)

Nohohon Tea Room opens on St. Mark's Place (Saturday)

Drake, lost and found (Thursday)

Verizon Wireless closes for good on Second Avenue (Thursday)

New sushi restaurant on First Avenue has portion sizes for men and women (Monday)

Eye Beauty Spa opens on East Fourth Street (Monday)

... and always fun to see a snowplow on April 9...

[Photo by Derek Berg]


Anonymous said...

It was rather ridiculous that DSNY was out salting streets with no snow and temps barely expected to smell freezing. Methinks that there were some people in search of overtime

Anonymous said...

Most likely.

The overtime for inclement weather window is fast closing.