Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Drilling and double plywood at 500 E. 14th St.
A resident who lives adjacent to 500 E. 14th St. shared photos of the workers who arrived at the site yesterday… marking the first major activity on the lot since the demolition of the one-level row of buildings along East 14th Street between Avenue A and Avenue B last summer.
There is an approved permit for the always-sexy Pile Load Test here. Eventually the site will yield a 7-floor retail-residential building via Extell Development.
Meanwhile, the sidewalk is now closed … with the double plywood in effect …and the temporary sidewalk…
… and double blogger portals…
Also, we haven't heard any updates about a possible new L train entrance for Avenue A.
Previously on EV Grieve:
The disappearing storefronts of East 14th Street
[Updated with correction] 8-lot parcel of East 14th Street primed for new development
New 7-floor buildings for East 14th Street include 150 residential units
1st activity at 500 E. 14th St. since the demolition phase, and when the standing water froze
Posted by Grieve at 4:30 AM
Labels: 500 E. 14th Street, new buildings
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When are they going to bulldoze Stuy dorms and build new housing?
Great, so now driving across 14th is a complete shitshow.
Drive? Who drives? Take a Millennial bulldozer AKA City Bike across town!
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