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Dimes is Expanding Operations to Include 49 Canal Street

Last modified November 26, 2014 at 5:18 pm

Dimes opened in 2013 and quickly outgrew its cubbyhole commercial space. On any given day, 143 Division Street is stocked with trendy foodies willing to pay top dollar for product. It’s a total scene, and the space is simply not large enough for the concept. Not to mention the illegal bus stop at its doorstep […]

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Sweetgreen is Opening Its 3rd NYC Location Imminently on Kenmare Street

Posted November 26, 2014 at 10:07 am

Upscaling continues on Kenmare Street unchecked, from the controversial Nolitan Hotel to Ken & Cook and the Butcher’s Daughter. As such, the demand for retail units along this four-block stretch hasn’t yielded in years. The newest entrant into the increasingly crowded four-block stretch is DC-based health spot, Sweetgreen. The chain-let is on a roll of […]

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The 5th Precinct Officer and Tackled Cyclist Square off in the Mosh Pit [PHOTOS]

Posted November 26, 2014 at 9:34 am

Last week, we published an article about a 5th Precinct cop stationed on Canal Street who tackled a red-light-running cyclist after exiting the Manhattan Bridge bike path. The story went totally bonkers with all points of view recorded in the comments (86 and counting). However, was the response (i.e. use of force) proportional to the […]

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Preserve 24 Space on East Houston Might Take ‘One for the Frog’

Posted November 26, 2014 at 6:10 am

Remnants of Preserve 24 still grace the premises of 177 East Houston nearly six months after its epic failure. The ambitious, albeit cockamamie concept – bringing to life a fictional explorer’s club story and its mission to retrieve glacial ice – had immediate trouble attracting the masses to fill the expansive two floors. No surprise […]

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Little Seattle Blues: Via Tribunali is Finished with Ludlow Street

Posted November 26, 2014 at 6:03 am

A tipster brought word last week that Via Tribunali had been strangely closed during peak dinner hours. Chairs on tables, blue neon unplugged; a ghost town. “I was there about a week and a half ago and it was VERY open,” the person wrote to us. Well, it’s now confirmed; they served their last Neopolitan […]

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More Renderings Revealed for Glitzy 155 Attorney Street [PHOTOS]

Posted November 26, 2014 at 6:00 am

With ongoing construction at the project site of 155 Attorney Street, the PR muscle behind its birth is beginning to flex. Studio V Architecture, the designer of record for the property, shared some updated renderings illustrating the future of the block. Basically, lots of glass and rooftop amenities (let’s not forget the well-dressed scalies). Get ready […]

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Thousands of Ferguson Protestors Stopped Traffic on the Lower East Side Last Night

Posted November 26, 2014 at 5:00 am

Traffic around downtown was terrible last night. Snarled not so much by those fleeing for Thanksgiving but the Michael Brown/Ferguson solidarity protests that snaked through the streets. People are friggin’ pissed about the lack of an indictment for police officer Darren Wilson. One band of protestors marched down the FDR and meandered through the streets of the […]

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Victim Identified in Last Night’s Hit-and-Run on the Bowery

Last modified November 25, 2014 at 3:56 pm

The man killed in last night’s hit-and-run on the Bowery was a beloved member of the community. This much was clear from the various tipsters who alerted us to the accident. Robert Perry – age 57 – had been visiting the Bowery Mission for assistance the last few years. His life was cut short when […]

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Street Artist HOTTEA Says ‘UUGGHH’ to What’s Happening at 190 Bowery [VIDEO]

Posted November 25, 2014 at 10:00 am

Looks like even the graffiti artists have something to say about the state of affairs at 190 Bowery, a downtown landmark both in the preservation and street art circles. The hulking 18,000 square-foot property – known as the Germania Bank Building – was apparently sold back in September by photographer Jay Maisel. Yet there isn’t any […]

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