Nabe News: August 27
Stay Puft marshmallows, Tompkins Square Park bandshell, and Mosaic Man, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!
The lower Fifth Avenue abode of artist Melinda Hackett has a pretty sweet treehouse out back. The structure was built in 2006, and her three daughters allegedly use it as their clubhouse [Wall Street Journal via Curbed]
Throwing support behind constructing a new bandshell in Tompkins Square Park. The city demolished the last structure in 1991, and the park has been without ever since [EV Grieve]
Over two decades after Ghostbusters was released in theaters, we can finally purchase Stay Puft marshmallows. One box costs $20 [Fork in the Road]
East Village firefighters stop to allow children inside their fire engine [Runnin’ Scared]
Developer Benjamin Shaoul is in trouble with the DOB again regarding building heights in the East Village [Real Deal]
Jim “Mosaic Man” Power hopes to decorate the light pole outside the old CBGB with names of the bands that once frequented the joint [The Villager]