Sunday, May 1, 2016

Week in Grieview

[Photo on 2nd Avenue by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Ongoing concerns about demolition work and elevated lead levels in Toledano-owned buildings (Monday)

A new lease for Jane's Exchange on East Third Street (Thursday)

Hawklet watch is on now in Tompkins Square Park (Tuesday)

Beetle House Beetle House Beetle House (Thursday)

Historic copper door returns to synagogue-turned condos on Sixth Street (Monday)

Former Ricky's space rebranded and ready to rent on First Avenue (Monday)

Bluestone Lane officially opens at 51 Astor Place (Monday)

[Please mind the photographer! DB]

DumplingGo expected to reopen later in May (Tuesday)

At Thirstea Café tea shop (Friday)

Seventh Street returns to 1981 for filming of young Barack Obama movie "Barry" (Tuesday)

Part 2 of our interview with Alan Good (Wednesday)

Report: No Fun on Ludlow Street sues the LES Dwellers for defamation (Thursday)

Albert Trummer's hospital-themed cocktail lounge Sanatorium now open on Avenue C (Wednesday)

615 E. Sixth St. has been sold (Tuesday) Ditto for 85 E. 10th St. and 112-120 E. 11th St. (Friday)

Desi Snack closed for now on Fourth Avenue (Wednesday)

Capturing two lightning strikes at One World Trade Center (Tuesday)

Mars Bar flashback (Wednesday)

Trash & Vaudeville-less 4 St. Mark's Place sells for $10 million (Friday)

A sidewalk bridge arrives outside Peter Brant's incoming gallery space on East Sixth Street (Thursday)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Those kids - always looking to save some money by riding on only one wheel!