Showing posts with label 699 E. 6th St.. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 699 E. 6th St.. Show all posts

Thursday, December 1, 2022

Construction watch: 699 E. 6th St.

Photos by Stacie Joy

The 6-floor residential building rising on the NE corner of Sixth Street and Avenue C is in its unglamorous cinderblock phase as work continues ...
As previously reported, the residential building will include 11 units, a storefront and space for an unspecified community facility on this long-vacant corner. (A gas station was the last tenant here in the 1980s.)

The plywood rendering has not been updated, and still lists a fall 2022 completion date...

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Construction watch: 699 E. 6th St.

The in-progress residential building recently made its first appearance above the plywood on the northeast corner of Sixth Street and Avenue C.

As previously reported, there are approved permits for a 6-floor building with 11 residential units, a storefront and space for an unspecified community facility on this long-vacant corner. (A gas station was the last tenant here in the 1980s.)

When complete, the building will look something like this...
Previously on EV Grieve:

Thursday, December 16, 2021

Construction watch: 699 E. 6th St.

Workers are in the foundation stage for the new building set to rise in the long-vacant lot on the northeast corner of Sixth Street and Avenue C. 

EVG contributor Stacie Joy got a look at work behind the plywood here the other day...
As previously reported, there are approved permits for a 6-floor building with 11 residential units, a storefront and space for an unspecified community facility. 

The rendering on the plywood shows a fall 2022 completion date (along with an added message) ...
There has been development talk for this lot dating to 2003. A former gas station, this corner has been vacant since the early 1980s.

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

1st sign of new-building construction on the northeast corner of Avenue C and Sixth Street

Preliminary work is underway in the long-vacant lot on the northeast corner of Sixth Street and Avenue C... an excavator is now on the scene... and someone discarded all of the contents that had been stored on the property ...
As we reported on Oct. 19, there are approved permits for a 6-floor building with 11 residential units, a storefront and space for an unspecified community facility. 

And as a reminder, here's a look at the rendering for the new structure...
There has been development talk for this lot dating to 2003. A former gas station, this corner has been vacant since the early 1980s. 

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Workers clear lot ahead of new-building construction on 6th Street and Avenue C

Workers have chopped down the three trees in the long-vacant lot on the northeast corner of Avenue C and Sixth Street... ahead of new-building construction here.

As we first reported on Oct. 19, there are approved permits for a 6-floor building with 11 residential units, a storefront and space for an unspecified community facility. 

There has been development talk for this lot dating to 2003. A former gas station, this corner has been vacant since the early 1980s. 

The rendering shows an aggressive fall 2021 completion date. Speaking of the rendering, someone has let his or her feelings be known about the project...
Previously on EV Grieve:

Monday, October 19, 2020

This is the new building slated for the corner of 6th Street and Avenue C

We finally have a look at the new retail-residential building coming to the long-vacant northeast corner of Avenue C and Sixth Street... the rendering recently arrived on the plywood here... brace! There has been development talk for this lot dating to 2003. A former gas station, this corner has been vacant since the the early 1980s. 

According to DOB records, the 6-floor building will include 11 residential units, a storefront and space for an unspecified community facility. The city approved the application in May 2019 and issued a partial work permit in late July. The rendering shows an aggressive fall 2021 completion date. 

Meanwhile, the lot remains the same behind the plywood...
Previously on EV Grieve