Sunday, June 19, 2016

Reminders: Meeting tomorrow to discuss construction timeline at 432 E. 14th St.

We mentioned this in the post on Friday about the retail-residential building for 432-438 E. 14th St. at the former Peter Stuyvesant Post office...

Councilwoman Rosie Mendez and CB3 are hosting a public meeting with reps for the developer. The meeting is solely to discuss the impact of the construction on immediate neighbors. We're told that there will not be any further discussion about variance plans (from 8 to 12 floors), at this time ... the meeting is at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow (June 20) at the Church of the Immaculate Conception on 14th Street and First Avenue.

Flyers are up around the new development just west of Avenue A...


  1. Doesn't the construction timetable depend on how many floors they build?

  2. What's the timeline for the dust and noise creating monstrosity at 12th and A? What a nightmare.

  3. Anyone go? What happened? What's the timeline look like? Thx


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