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Morning Reads: New Life For the Jarmulowsky, “Chinatown Bus” Company Curbed, Polish Diner Closes

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  • Mark Miller, president of the LES BID has an interesting 2012 prediction: “(The) Jarmulowsky’s Bank Building, located on the corner of Orchard and Canal streets, will be sold to a new owner who will begin development to turn this Lower East Side treasure into a boutique hotel.” (Our Town).
  • The U.S. Transportation Dept. shuts down “Double Happyness,” a discount bus company based in Virginia that makes regular trips to Chinatown. An investigation found “multiple violations of rules regarding vehicle maintenance, alcohol and controlled-substance testing and driver hours.” (Delaware Online).
  • Polonia, the Polish diner on 1st Avenue, has closed (EV Grieve).
  • More publicity for “On the Walls of the Lower East Side,” the Sol LeWitt exhibition at the Mondrian Soho (CNN).

 

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