Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Unique former 10th Street residence is now a nail salon
[Photo by Michael Sean Edwards]
In 1971, Tom Mulligan moved into a former storefront on 10th Street between Avenue A and First Avenue that had been outfitted as a live-in woodworking shop.
Mulligan died in July 2016 at age 79.
The ground-floor unit, a cozy-looking space that was filled with books and plants, had remained empty since his death.
At the end of 2017, EVG regular Daniel noted that the space looked to be in use as a nail salon...
There isn't any sign up yet... but they are open for business...
EVG regular Scuba Diva called this one in the comments upon hearing about Mulligan's death: "I have to wonder if Tom's apartment will become a bar, a nail salon, or a dry cleaners now, though."
Previously on EV Grieve:
Remembering Tom Mulligan
Saying goodbye to a familiar presence in Tompkins Square Park