Sunday, December 30, 2018

Week in Grieview

[Tompkins Square Park shadows the other morning]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

Photos: Holidays in the East Village (Thursday)

Storm center: Questions linger over updated plans for the East Side Coastal Resiliency project (Wednesday)

Report of a fire at 93 E. 7th St.; Luke's Lobster temporarily closed for several weeks (Friday)

After fire, Fiaschetteria Pistoia closed until January (Wednesday)

Report: Residents of Kushner-owned 118 E. 4th St. learn building had 10X legal levels of lead (Thursday)

A visit to Mashbill Wine & Spirits on Avenue C (Friday)

Bar Virage has closed on 2nd Avenue (Friday)

The unknown future of the Sidewalk (Monday)

Joyface debuts on Avenue C (Thursday)

Rue-B adds daytime café service (Thursday)

Christmas Eve Eve, ruined (Sunday)

Holidays on 5th Street (Monday)

Engineering the return of CBGB in this model train set at Grand Central Terminal (Monday)

Coming soon to 13th Street: On the Mark Cleaners (Friday)

48 Clinton St. has new owner; first property sold in an NYC Opportunity Zone (Wednesday)

The rush to be the first tree in the Tompkins Square Park MulchFest pen (Wednesday)

Tonight's Con Ed blue light special brings back Sandy memories (Thursday)

The French connection: Salon Chérie Chéri opening soon on Avenue B (Wednesday)

A year-end look at the Streit's-replacing condoplex (Friday)

Retail moves at 250 East Houston (Tuesday)

[Time to renew]


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