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, …

Architectural drawings for the renovation of 399 Grand St., the former Noah's Ark Deli.

Comfort Diner Begins Construction, Plans Labor Day Opening

Any minute now, the demolition of the old Noah’s Ark Deli and the construction of the new Comfort Diner will begin. …

Photo via @jensnow's Instagram account.

Russ & Daughters Publicist’s Instagram Lands American Apparel Exec in Trouble

The social media spotlight shines on a messy legal battle playing out at American Apparel. …

Morning Reads: Stalled Orchard Hotel, NYCHA Funding, Street Art Tours, Clinton Street Retail

A court decision means forward movement for the long-stalled boutique hotel at 139 Orchard St. (The Real Deal)

Now being marketed to tourists: Walking tours …

Diggers at the ready: Extell will begin construction at the former Pathmark site on South Street within the week, reps told neighbors last night.

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Diggers at the ready: Extell will begin construction at the former Pathmark site on South Street within the week, reps told neighbors last night.



Angel Orensanz Center, 172 Norfolk St.

Follow-up: Permits Approved for Angel Orensanz Repairs

Work is expected to begin within a week, and be completed by the end of the summer. …

This building near the corner of Clinton Street and East Broadway has a new owner.

217 E. Broadway Sells for $3.3 Million

The corner of Clinton and East Broadway is heating up. …

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You’re Invited: Extell Reps Discuss Development Projects

Tonight is your chance to hear from the developers of the former Pathmark site about their plans for a 205-unit affordable residential building at …

Morning Reads: Parking Garage Redevelopment, Bridge Trouble, EV Gas Update

Council member Margaret Chin says the Essex Street parking garage should be converted to affordable housing as part of the Seward Park redevelopment project. (WSJ/subscription …

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It’s high growing season in the Hong Ning senior citizen housing’s vegetable garden along Suffolk Street.

Mostly sunny skies and a high of 94 …

Left to right: Kim Fong, executive director, senior nutrition program, Bowery Residents Committee; Gigi Li, Community Board 3 Chair; Bob Humber, coordinator, The Elizabeth Hubbard Memorial Scent Garden.

M’Finda Kalunga Dedicates Elizabeth Hubbard Scent Garden



Morning Reads: Feral Cat Fight, Daring Bank Robbery, CitiBike Maps, Meals for Kids

Shareholders at Amalgamated Dwellings on Grand Street clash with co-op management over the fate of long-supported feral cat colonies. (The Villager)

Robbers sawed a hole …

Looking west from the middle of Delancey Street   at 8:30 p.m. Photo by The Lo-Down

Photos: Last Night’s Sky Show

Mother Nature put on a prelude to Fourth of July fireworks last night. …

OddFellows' blueberry honey buttermilk is studded with fresh fruit. Photo courtesy of OddFellows.

Morgenstern’s and OddFellows: A Double Scoop of New Ice Cream Options

For a feature in our July/August print issue, we delved into two new ice cream parlors for a taste of cold summer treats. …

The restaurant formerly known as Mole at 205 Allen St. is for rent.

LES Bites: Spate of Closings, Cheap Eats, Raise a Glass to Public Art

This pre-holiday week is hopping with restaurant and bar news around the neighborhood. …