8 Stories You Missed During the Holiday Week [LISTS]
The holiday week was anything but a slow news period. We’ve assembled a recap to bring you up to speed.
At the end of this month, the Living Room is vacating 154 Ludlow Street after ten years at this location. Ownership is currently scouting new locations for a reopening sometime in the spring.
Boutique hotelier Ian Schrager purchased the development site at 215 Chrystie Street where a 25-story hotel is currently in the works.
Synagogue leadership at Beth Hamedrash Hagadol on Norfolk Street wants to demolish the landmarked building for a new facility. It’s argued that a mixed-use residential-slash-synagogue will help keep the congregation afloat. An application was submitted to the LPC to earn a green light.
Brooklyneer principals are rolling the dice with a gastropub at 115 Allen Street, former home to both Allen & Delancey and Mary Queen of Scots.
More details (and menu) released regarding the hotly-anticipated location of Ivan Ramen on Clinton Street.
The shooting of officer Brian Groves inside 64 Essex Street last summer was not in vain. His pursuit led to the eventual bust of a complex Lower East Side drug ring. The Seward Park Extension was apparently one of three participant buildings from which the organization operated.
YO! Bus begins its service to Philadelphia from a Pike Street median. Yet buses still spotted hanging out near Seward Park.
An unidentified local bar wants a guard with a carrying permit. Said watering hole is a “New Orleans-themed” spot.