As we reported yesterday, six remaining tenants at 400 Grand Street, which will be demolished next year to make way for the Essex Crossing project, are fighting for relocation rights. But another tenant in the building, the Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy, is also concerned about its future.
A group of local residents say it’s time to do something about the dangerous conditions for pedestrians at the intersection of Delancey and Pitt streets.
Let’s check on the progress of one of the Lower East Side’s many boutique hotel projects, the 10-story tower in the works at 119 Orchard St.
We’re learning a few new details about proposed restaurants and bars set to appear before Community Board 3′s State Liquor Authority (SLA) Committee this coming Monday night.
Here’s a look at what’s ahead next month for Community Board 3′s liquor licensing committee. Click through for the full agenda.
This week we have been following the legal back and forth between the NYC Economic Development Corp.(EDC) and a longtime vendor at the Essex Street Market. Last night, members of Community Board 3 briefly discussed the situation and the broader issue of protections for businesses at the market.
Last night, Community Board 3 once again took up the contentious issue of its relationship with neighborhood block associations.
In recent weeks, the Department of Transportation has signed off on a number of new intercity bus stops in Chinatown and on the Lower East Side.
Community Board 3 is out with the agenda for next month’s liquor licensing committee. The meetings will take place over two days. Have a look.
Community Board 3 rejected a proposal last night to rescind the suspension of the LES Dwellers, a neighborhood organization, but Chairperson Gigi Li said she would convene a group to draft new policies governing how the board deals with block associations.
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer has weighed in on the dispute between Community Board 3 and the LES Dwellers neighborhood organization.
The long wait for a decision from the State Liquor Authority (SLA) regarding Soho House, which hopes to open a new club at 139 Ludlow St., is almost over. The SLA will finally take up the application tomorrow.
We’re still a little bleary-eyed from Community Board 3′s 7 and 1/2 hour liquor licensing hearing last night. Here’s a quick recap; more to come later.
Community Board 3′s liquor licensing committee will once again take up the controversial issue of The DL, the nightlife venue at 93 Ludlow St., this evening. But before the meeting even begins, there’s some news about the LES Dwellers, the neighborhood group opposing the renewal of The DL’s liquor permit.
We’re learning a little bit more about the new operator hoping to take over the old Motor City space at 127 Ludlow St.