Sunday, November 6, 2016

Week in Grieview

[Photo on 7th Street by Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group planning Martina for 55 Third Ave. (Thursday)

At Sugar Sketch, a new bakery on Second Street (Friday)

Grand Sichuan has closed on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

East Village zip codes in the top-5 citywide for illegal Airbnb listings (Tuesday)

Halloween night on Avenue A and Avenue B (Tuesday)

Out and About with Candice Brewer (Wednesday)

The cube/Alamo returns to Astor Place (Tuesday)

Water Witch Mercantile opening in the Box Kite space on St. Mark's Place (Thursday)

Video: An in-progress look at Tompkins Square Bagels, opening this month on Second Avenue (Friday)

402 E. 12th St. is for sale (Monday)

N'eat now serving Nordic fare on Second Avenue (Thursday)

A look at the retail listing for the northwest corner of A and St. Mark's Place (Tuesday)

Spice on First Avenue is now The Sabieng Thai (Tuesday)

'Merica dream fades as Zerza returns to Sixth Street (Friday)

Screaming Mimi's has left Lafayette Street (Wednesday)

Soft opening weekend for Three Seat Espresso & Barber on Avenue A (Monday)

Citibank keeps telling people about their impending closure on Avenue A (Wednesday)

More about the sale of 123 Second Ave. (Thursday)

Work in progress at 14th and Avenue C (Tuesday)

[Photo in Tompkins Square Park by Derek Berg]

A Drybar opens on Ludlow Street (Thursday)

Attorney General files lawsuit against local landlord Marolda Properties; accused of intimidating rent-stabilized tenants (Wednesday)

A few more details on the East Houston condoplosion (Monday)

Sushi part of plan for former Iron Sushi on 10th Street (Wednesday)

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