Sunday, April 2, 2017

Week in Grieview

[3rd Avenue and St. Mark's Place Thursday morning]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Developer withdraws zoning variance request for former 14th Street post office site (Tuesday)

Raphael Toledano files for Chapter 11; $145 million deal for EV portfolio is off the table (Thursday)

Maria Hrynenko looking to sell Second Avenue properties destroyed in deadly gas explosion (Sunday)

Get well soon, David Peel (Saturday)

D.L. Cerney returning to the East Village (Wednesday)

Manhole explosions reported near Union Square (Friday)

Macaron Parlour leaves St. Mark's Place for larger space on the LES (Friday)

Those Starbucks rumors continue to percolate on Avenue A and St. Mark's Place (Friday)

Greecologies-Pure Green combo opens on Second Avenue (Wednesday)

Ghost signage and (eventually) gelato at Ninth Street and Avenue A (Wednesday)

A collection of East Village photos from the early 1990s (Friday)

Village Pourhouse is closing on 3rd Avenue; E.Vil is coming soon (Thursday)

Avenue A — milled! (Wednesday)

Spiky structures complete outside Cooper Union (Wednesday)

Addiction NYC heads across St. Mark's Place (Friday)

About Big Lee's legal battles (Monday)

New retail space available on St. Mark's Place (Wednesday)

LoveThyBeast coming to Fifth Street (Monday)

"Broad City" wants to film in an apartment like this (Thursday)

Little Tong Noodle Shop opens (Monday)

The changing downtown skyline as seen from Avenue B (Tuesday)

Cadet is closing on Ninth Street (Monday)

Former Citibank branch on Avenue A hits the market (Monday)


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