Monday, July 9, 2018
Demolition permits filed for 99-101 E. 2nd St.; first look at the condoplex to come
As previously reported, developer Sergey Rybak has submitted plans for a 7-story, 22-unit residential building on the property of the current 24 First Ave. and 99-101 E. Second St.
The demolition permits were filed with the city back on June 1 to bring down 24 First Ave.
And last Thursday, the permits arrived to demolish No. 99-101 — just a formality at this point.
Meanwhile, here's the first look at the rendering for the space via the Rybak website...
According to the site, the residences will be condos (building name for now — 101E2).
No. 99-101 has been vacant for the past six years (there was that whole Pride & Joy BBQ debacle). It housed a variety of short-lived restaurants in recent years, including Bento Burger ... Marfa... and Waikiki Wally's.
The work permits for the new building show that there'll be 600 square feet for commercial purposes.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Onetime home of Lucky Cheng's and adjacent property on the development market for $26 million
Building that housed Lucky Cheng's on 1st Avenue now on the auction block
Onetime home of Lucky Cheng's and adjacent property sell for $12 million
7-story residential building pending at the former Lucky Cheng's space
Demolition permits filed to bring down former Lucky Cheng's building on 1st Avenue