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Destination: LES – Bracing For a Hotel Building Boom

Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the November issue of The Lo-Down's print magazine. Along upper Orchard Street one sparkling fall afternoon last month, young shoppers strolled in stilettos, popping in and out of the tiny, trendy boutiques that...

City Gives Developer More Time to Finish 180 Ludlow

It looks like 180 Ludlow, one of a handful of languishing hotel projects on the Lower East Side, is one step closer to being resuscitated.  Financing woes, legal battles and problems with city permits idled the construction site more...

Making Local Hiring Deals Work for Community

Last week, we posted an update on 180 Ludlow, the terminally stalled hotel project ensnared in Building Department red tape as well as protracted litigation.  Now, a follow-up on another aspect of this story: Community Board 3's efforts to...

Rabbi’s Ruling Complicates 180 Ludlow Lawsuit

The long saga surrounding 180 Ludlow - one of the neighborhood's most infamous stalled construction sites - is taking more strange turns. Next month, attorneys for developer Serge Hoyda return to the Board of Standards and Appeals, seeking a variance...

Good Morning!

Mostly sunny this morning, with clouds and rain showers moving in this afternoon and tonight. Still windy with a high of 57. Today we'll have an update on developer Serge Hoyda's continuing efforts to restart 180 Ludlow, one of...

180 Ludlow Changing Hands?

According to Curbed, the owner of the terminally-stalled high rise development, 180 Ludlow, has a deal in the works to sell the "concrete skeleton" to another developer: The credit crunch casualty is, rumor has it, being bought by BD...
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Smoky Sunrise Over the East River

Michael Kramer sent this photo of the red sun rising through the smoke over the East River this morning....
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