Monday, July 16, 2018

Asbestos abatement notices arrive on the northwest corner of St. Mark's Place & 3rd Avenue

This past Friday, Asbestos Abatement notices were posted to two of the buildings that will demolished on the northeast corner of St. Mark's Place and Third Avenue.

The notices were spotted at the former Papaya King at 3 St. Mark's Place...

... and the former McDonald's at 27 Third Ave. ...

Permits were filed on March 15 to demolish the low-rise buildings here at 3 St. Mark’s Place, 23 and 25-27 Third Avenue.

A seven-story, 66,000-square-foot office building with ground-floor retail is reportedly slated for this corner. However, plans for this new building haven't been made public to date.

The Continental is one of two remaining businesses on the corner (the other being part of the First Rich Gift Shop/piercing studio). The bar received a three-month reprieve, and will remain in business until October.

Previously on EV Grieve:
The Shake Shack effect? McDonald's on 3rd Avenue at St. Mark's Place has closed after 20 years

Report: Northeast corner of St. Mark's Place and 3rd Ave. fetching $50 million for development site

Report: NE corner of St. Mark's Place and 3rd Avenue will yield to a 7-story office building

Demolition permits filed for northeast corner of 3rd Avenue and St. Mark's Place


Giovanni said...

So does this mean that for the next three months you can get free asbestos with the 10 shot special at the Continental? I’m on my way!

laurie said...

Oh no! they're tearing down Papaya King?