Last modified November 8, 2010 at 9:21 pm
It appears Matthew Oliver Maddy will have another go at opening a venture in the basement of 168 Elizabeth Street. With a subject line reading, “M. Maddy Has Resurfaced,” a reader emailed us that he will appear before Community Board 2 tomorrow night. You may recall that Maddy made waves in late June when he […]
Posted October 13, 2010 at 6:36 am
Yesterday morning at around 9:05 am, an eighteen-wheeler struck a cyclist in the intersection of Bowery and Delancey. One Boogie reader (and good Samaritan!) was on scene and emailed us a detailed report of what transpired. As the tipster aptly notes, the intersection is a “fucking deathtrap.”
Last modified December 5, 2010 at 5:45 pm
Ladies and gentlemen, behold the bare broadside of The Nolitan at 30 Kenmare Street, Little Italy’s latest trendy hotel monstrosity. The last remnants of scaffolding and rotten plywood are no longer in the picture. Just some odds-and-ends sidewalk fencing.
Last modified December 5, 2010 at 5:46 pm
Once upon a time, Yee Fay Inc. was the operative business inside the squat warehouse at 37 Kenmare Street. Not anymore, though. Their signage was pried from the roofline, and replaced with twin leasing signs. Indeed, the spot is now up for grabs.
Posted July 16, 2010 at 6:23 am
In the last 24 hours, a number of tipsters have alerted us to the progress at 150 Bowery, which NYC the Blog had also covered just the other day. Earlier this week, the long-shuttered security gates were lifted and a new plywood encasement constructed. This latest news does not bode well for the already-endangered lighting […]
Posted July 12, 2010 at 6:27 am
Downtown New York is now in a tizzy, as the Chinatown border wars continue to flare. The Villager first exposed the subject back in May. As it stands, the powerful Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corporation is on an ambitious quest to expand its boundaries so it can create a larger Business Improvement District (BID).
Posted July 12, 2010 at 6:13 am
At about 10:30 last night, hours after Spain defeated the Netherlands in the World Cup final, one drunken reveler was stumbling up Bowery sounding his ear-piercing vuvuzela. The noise elicited responses from many of the drivers stopped in traffic just north of Delancey.
Posted July 6, 2010 at 6:35 am
Ladies and gentlemen, the gavel has fallen, and the verdict is now in regarding the proposed restaurant-slash-bar at 168 Elizabeth Street. A reader wrote to inform us that Community Board 2 voted unanimously against Matthew Oliver Maddy at its full board meeting on June 17.