Nabe News: June 2

Posted on: June 2nd, 2010 at 1:22 pm by

Bowery demise, Sprinkles, and cigarette butts, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

The brochure for 231 Bowery makes a splash today by celebrating the demise of the old Bowery in favor of Bowery 2.0.  The New Museum owns this space and is desperately seeking tenants for the ground floor [Curbed]

Speaking of Bowery gentrification, here’s a handy guide to all the doomed corners [EV Grieve]

Back when Stuy Town was first built, circa 1947 [Ephemeral NY]

Profiling the Beverly Hills cupcakery slated to take over the recently-shuttered Gino.  It’s called Sprinkles and they’re apparently very litigious [Vanishing NY]

A look at some memorial murals painted in the Lower East Side [The Gog Log]

And how do you feel about cigarette butts littering the streets and sidewalks? [Cityroom]

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