Monday, February 23, 2015
Construction watch: 76 E. Houston St.
The construction at 76 E. Houston St. is now visible above the plywood here between the Bowery and Elizabeth, where a 2-story building is in the works for the former Billy's Antiques space.
The listing at Sinvin notes that this location is "surrounded by edgy apparel, chic restaurants, cultural landmarks, and residential anchors."
… the rent for the new building with "expansive roof deck" is upon request.
Seems as if the work has been plodding along here. (Check out BoweryBoogie's coverage for more background here.)
Meanwhile, apparently the space already has a fake retail client…
Also, the mural wall will remain adjacent to the property.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Deal off to bring Crif Dogs to the former Billy's Antiques space
The Houston/Bowery Mural Wall has been boarded up
Full stop work order for 76 E. Houston St., and the return of Billy's Antiques (sort of)
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Labels: 76 E. Houston St.
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How about those windows next door with southern exposure about to go dark forever? very Five Points. This is just one of many times we're making a great commercial property at the expense of the residential one next to it. sad.
..."surrounded by edgy apparel, chic restaurants, cultural landmarks, and residential anchors" ... thx to developers, those cultural landmarks are going fast. Killing the goose that laid the golden eggs...
If you don't like your neighbor building and blocking your side windows you should MOOOOOVE!
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