Thursday, October 29, 2015
Newsflash: It doesn't take long to demolish a gas station
The workers made pretty quick, uh, work today of the former BP (and Gulf!) station at 24 Second Ave. at East First Street…
We're going back later to nab some of those cinder blocks to build a kiln … and maybe rummage around for any leftover bagels (I recall them having a toaster…)
In case you missed this from yesterday, we got the first look at the new 10-story retail-residential complex that will call this corner home.
Posted by Grieve at 5:58 PM
Labels: 24 Second Ave., BP, gas stations
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Passed by the place all the time when I hung out in the East Village.
Why wait? There's no time like the present!
But did they keep the tin ceiling and penny tile floors?
The thought of that site being toxic from being a gas station.............
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