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Relics On The Market

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We see that the old Eisner Brothers building (75 Essex) is on the market for $18 million (via PrudentialElliman) as well as a six-story...

Real Estate Market Showing Signs of Life on Grand Street

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In the last couple of months, Manhattan real estate brokers have reported some glimmers of hope. While the market as a whole is still...

Subway Moves In To Grand Street’s “Palazzo Grey”

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The ongoing saga of the search for tenants at 334 Grand St. appears to be over, at least on the ground floor.  Every palace...

New Study Examines Endangered LES Merchants

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A study released yesterday by the Two Bridges Neighborhood Council shows small businesses on the Lower East Side are struggling and warns the neighborhood...

Seward Park Co-op Elects Three New Board Members

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The Seward Park Co-op held elections for its board of directors yesterday.  Jodi Zagoory, Carol Anastasio and Michael Tuminia unseated three incumbents. The only...

Public Meeting to Discuss Bowery Rezoning Tonight

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This evening City Councilman Alan Gerson and the Bowery Alliance of Neighbors are holding a "Stakeholders' Meeting" to discuss proposed zoning changes to the...

Seward Park Urban Renewal Area: Past, Present & Future

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The other day we reported on the continuing efforts to reach a community consensus on how to develop what was once known as the...

McWater Wants SPURA Plan By December

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Housing rights advocates fought for a stronger stance in support of affordable housing Monday night, as a committee of Community Board 3 came close...

End of an Era – “Ruby the Fruit Man” Has Closed Shop

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The doors have been closed at Ruby's fruit and vegetable stand at 400 Grand St. for over three weeks and the word on the...

The Fight for 365 Grand Street

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The food blogs are having a wonderful time poking fun at the squabbling over the fate of the old "Isabella's Oven" location at 365...

Acrimonious Evening at the CB3 Licensing Committee

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Residents of the Lower East side came out in force last night to oppose several restaurants seeking liquor licenses. It was a tense night...

Finishing Touches: Moving In to East Canal Street

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What looks to be a bodega-ish store is preparing to open on the corner of Canal & Essex. Yes, this is the same building...

Residents Oppose New Restaurant on Canal Street

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A neighborhood group on Canal Street is mobilizing to oppose a new restaurant's quest for a liquor license, saying they don't want to see...

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