Morning Reads: 1928 Library Notice, Art Exhibit of Subway Ads, Tenants and Landlords

An overdue library book notice from 1928, unearthed on Orchard Street, is now on display at the Tenement Museum. (Gothamist)

Decaying subway advertisements as art, now showing at the Mark Miller Gallery. (DNAInfo)

The building at 174 Delancey St. (between Clinton and Attorney streets) has sold for $7.5 million. (NY Real Estate Journal) (Also: Read our story about the building going on the market exactly a year ago.)

In case you ever wanted to know what amNY thinks of the LES, here’s your chance. (amNY)

In the wake of East Village residents organizing against Kushner Companies buyouts, a broader look at landlord/tenant issues in gentrifying areas of the city, including the LES. (NYT)

 

  • Micah

    I like how amNY thinks Schiller’s Liquor Bar and Doughnut Plant are “old establishments” in the same category as Russ & Daughters and Katz’s.