Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Construction watch: 127 Avenue D
The first sign of the new building coming to 127 Avenue D is now visible above the plywood here near Ninth Street.
As previously reported, plans call for a 7-story mixed-use building via developer H Holding Group. The approved permits show 13 dwelling units with a commercial space on the ground floor.
[A look through the blogger portal]
Here's the plywood rendering...
And the color version via the H Holding Group website...
[RIP Wacky Wok]
The previous building here was a one-level structure that housed Sergio Deli Superette.
Previously on EV Grieve:
On Avenue D, Sergio Deli Superette will yield to a 7-story building
Posted by Grieve at 4:15 AM
Labels: 127 Avenue D, new development
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Any affordable housing here?
Let's get real, "affordable housing" is a mantra of politicians designed to try and fool people that they care--and that they do not take contributions from the real estate industry. Although I had strong disagreements with her, Miriam Friedlander was the last politician that had a sense of civic duty to the neighborhood in which she lived.
Can they just build right up against the windows on the side of the building on the corner?
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