Friday, February 20, 2015
Plywood arrives ahead of demolition at 14th and C; 15-story retail-residential building on the way
Workers yesterday erected a plywood fence around 644 E. 14th St. at Avenue C, site of the former R&S Strauss auto parts store.
All the paperwork is in place to demolish the one-level structure … and build a 15-story mixed-use retail-residential complex here on the southwest corner.
Per our last post on this: The Karl Fischer-designed building will total 61,789 square feet. DOB permits show 8,578 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor. The remainder of the first five stories will host a community facility, which will span 18,937 square feet, and 50 apartments will sit above, some even with views of the Con Ed power plant.
Thanks to @KellerPeacenow9 for the photo!
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
City OKs 15-story mixed-use retail-residential building on 14th and C
Posted by Grieve at 5:00 AM
Labels: 644 E. 14th St., R S Strauss, RS Strauss
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is that being painted green? or plywood tan?
All construction fencing as well as sidewalk sheds are required to be Kelly green. As per DOB.
Jon, It's Hunter green, not Kelly green.
i would call that british racing green = hex value #004225. kelly green is hex value #4CBB17.
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