Monday, June 30, 2014
Updated: The 2nd Avenue BP station closes tomorrow
As we previously reported, the BP station on Second Avenue at East First Street is closing … tomorrow is the last day.
MRM Auto Repair, which leased space here, moved to West 38th Street last month.
As for what's next for the BP property here, a tipster tells us that a boutique hotel will eventually rise here. For now, though, this is still in the rumor stages — there aren't any building plans on file with the city at this time.
Meanwhile, the BP station on East Houston and Lafayette will eventually be replaced by luxury something.
The station will now close after the business day on July 6.
Previously on EV Grieve:
How much longer will the East Village have gas stations?
The East Village will soon be down to 1 gas station
RUMOR: Gas station going, boutique hotel coming on Second Avenue? (31 comments)
BP station on 2nd Avenue closes this month
Posted by Grieve at 5:14 AM
Labels: 24 Second Ave., BP, gas stations
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If a boutique hotel takes this spot then the same amount of taxis will be coming to this location in the new future. I could stand a luxury condo building but an f-ing hotel would break into new territory and be the expansion of the f-ing Bowery hipster tourist play land. Due to mid-level developers being priced out of, I can't believe I'm saying this, the luxurious Bowery out hood is looking like a bargain.
Eventually, of course, everything in this neighborhood will be luxurious! What a wonderful world!
where the hell is anyone gonna get gas on the LES?!? I don't even own a car, but this is rediculous!
Why you do this to me Dimi?
Oh well, we'll always have "Bagels", right EVG?
@ anon 2:52
Very true! I need to find the original of that photo and post ...
Don't forget the BP Macodo Deepwater Horizon well blowout!
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