That is according to the always-reliable worker on the scene here at 74-84 Third Ave., the former home to Nevada Smith's, Yummy House and a parking lot.
The temporary parking lot closed up last week...
...and a little credit for Karl...
Anyway, the worker said digging will commence this week for this...
As The Real Deal reported, the corner will one day house an 82,000-square-foot, nine-story residential building with 94 units. And retail.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Those persistent rumors about 74-76 Third Avenue and the future of Nevada Smith's
The East Village will lose a parking lot and gain an apartment building
Who would actually want to claim credit for that Stygian monstrosity?
Do the people living in the middle have any windows? I don't understand the layouts with these dense, cubed buildings. The Kowloon Walled City was more appealing!
This one is a pure product of its zoning. Wonder why the massing looks exactly the same as the "Corner" at 72nd and broadway ? Its the "dormer" regulations and set back requirements, from the zoning resolution which permit and encourage those odd stair step configuration at the property lines and a big set back at the actual corner.
Ugly, but effcient.
Albert Speer is doing high fives in his grave.
Albert Speer never would have built something this hideous. He's spinning like a lathe.
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