Showing posts with label Bleecker Street. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bleecker Street. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The Schumacher announces itself on Bleecker Street

Just noting the recent arrival of branding for The Schumacher on Bleecker at Mott... the building was once the Schumacher & Ettlinger printing company, which began in the 1860s. They were one of the many German lithographic companies that created advertisement art for the cigar industry.

Curbed has been reporting on this project. Among the details:

The building will contain 20 two- to four-bedroom apartments priced from about $3 million to $25 million.

And it will look like this...

Read more at Curbed here.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Fate of The Theaters at 45 Bleecker Street seems decided

In mid-October, The Theaters at 45 Bleecker Street abruptly shut its doors... According to various news accounts, the theater has been involved in a long-running dispute with the building's landlord, Rogers Investment. The landlord had the property seized on Oct. 13, putting an end to two Off-Broadway productions, including "The Deep Throat Sex Scandal."

The theater manager told the Times on Oct. 14: “We’re really hoping to reopen immediately ... but I can’t say anything more because of the gravity of the case. We hope to say something more soon about how we’re looking to survive this hurdle.”

Meanwhile, the landlord has apparently decided to move forward... some rather homemade-looking "for rent" signs have just gone up at the space near Lafayette.

Be sure to read the Times piece for the backstory.