Friday, June 20, 2014
Demolition permits filed to make way for 15-floor building on East 14th Street and Avenue C
[EVG photo from June 9]
Last week we noted that workers were giving last rites to the former R&S Strauss auto parts store on the southeast corner of East 14th Street and Avenue C.
And yesterday the demolition permit was filed with the city to knock down the one-level building.
Coming soonish. A Karl Fischer-designed retail-residential complex featuring 8,578 square feet of commercial space, 18,937 square feet for community space ... and 50 apartments above it all, so to speak.
R&S Strauss closed in the spring of 2009.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Development back in play for East 14th Street and Avenue C
More details on the sale of 644 E. 14th St.
Here comes a 15-story retail-residential complex for East 14th Street and Avenue C
Prepping the former R&S Strauss auto parts store for demolition on East 14th Street and Avenue C
Posted by Grieve at 5:00 AM
Labels: 646 E. 14th Street, R S Strauss
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15 stories just sounds like a slap in the face to Stuy Town, which has 13. Can't you just make it 12 so we can see over you?
Better put that baby up on stilts, Mekong Delta style.
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