Nabe News: May 27

Posted on: May 27th, 2010 at 1:40 pm by

Graceland replacement, border wars, and Max Fish, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

The high-end grocery rumor for the former Graceland space did not come to fruition.  EV Grieve reports that the owner of Frank, Lil’ Frankie’s, and Supper will open another eatery here [EV Grieve]

Chinatown and SoHo are at odds over borders, specifically with regard to the SoHo Cast-Iron Historic District.  Both the Chinatown Working Group and a planned Chinatown BID plan to include the new extension, approved by LPC on May 11, in their jurisdiction [The Villager]

A handy checklist on how to avoid misanthropy [Lost City]

Skate-punk bar Max Fish is in a financial bind.  Owner Ulli Rimkus is seeking a new location to avoid high rents and property taxes [Lo-Down]

There is movement again at the Orchard Hell Building, 180 Orchard Street [Curbed; Previously]

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