As previously reported, a demolition permit is on file with the city for the address.
The 13-floor residential building at 250 E. Houston St., the former Red Square, changed ownership in the fall of 2016 ... and underwent extensive renovations.
And as we've been noting, there's been a storefront shuffle along this renovated retail stretch. Kapri Cleaners and the FedEx Office Print & Ship Center moved from the unrenovated spaces a few doorways down East Houston. Other businesses, such as Dunkin'/Baskin-Robbins, Subway (sandwich shop) and China Town, closed.The old section of this one-level strip — starting at the former Mattress Firm — will eventually come down to make way to an unspecified residential development. There's nothing new on this front to note just yet.
Updated 7 p.m.
Anyone know what the rate is for the green elevated loft airbnb that is on top of the scaffolding?
Come on, add the corner at B to the demo...!
Nah @12:36 I'm sick of the beautiful old buildings being torn down, get outta here
That building is vacant and has scaffolding outside of it because it has literally rained bricks on the sidewalk.
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