CB3 Releases December SLA Agenda

Posted on: November 29th, 2012 at 6:18 am by
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Here we go. Community Board 3 popped the cork on the December SLA subcommittee agenda. The list this time around is rather lengthy with twenty-seven applicants. A few items of note:

Full list below:

Renewal with Complaint History
1. Double Wide, 505 E 12th St (op)
2. The Suffolk Bar, 107 Suffolk St (wb)

Sidewalk Café
3. ULURP N 130079 ECM: Preserve 24 (Aegis Holding Houston LLC), 175-177 E Houston St (enclosed sidewalk cafe)

Applications within Resolution Areas
4. To be Determined, 154 Ludlow St (op)
5. 154 Ludlow Bar LLC, 154 Ludlow St (op)
6. Café & Bar Racer LLC, 127 St Marks Pl (wb)
7. Cornerstone Café (AO Café & Restaurant LLC), 17 Ave B (op)
8. Pride and Joy (Pride and Joy BBQ LLC), 24 1st Ave (op)
9. Ludlow Hotel (Ludlow Hospitality), 180 Ludlow St (op)
10. Apartment 13 (115 Ave C LLC), 115 Ave C (op)

Alterations
11. 88 KTV Inc, 97 Bowery (alt/op/adding 4th floor to business)
12. Double Down Saloon (Double Down NYC LLC), 14 Ave A (alt/op/remove kitchen)
13. Coopers Craft and Kitchen (Trim Castle Corp), 87 2nd Ave aka 235 E 5th St (alt/op/operating hours)

New Liquor License Applications
14. Sunshine Lounge (Cinema Beverages Holding Company LLC), 143 E Houston St (op)
15. New York Sushi Ko Inc, 91 Clinton St (wb)
16. To be Determined, 266 Broome St (op)
17. To be Determined, 138 Orchard St (op)
18. Café Petisco (Dishful Inc), 189 E B’way (op/change of class)
19. Mentaikou (Kane Food Enterprises LLC), 324 E 6th (op)
20. Wo Hop City Inc, 15 Mott St (wb)
21. Yi Hao Chinese Restaurant (One East Broadway Restaurant Inc), 1 E B’way (op/change of class/alt/extend hours)
22. Brannon’s, 119 Essex St (op)
23. 90 Third Avenue TC Restaurant LLC, 90 3rd Ave (op)
24. 8 Rivington Bar LLC, 8 Rivington St (op)
25. Maharlika (Insiang LLC), 111 1st Ave (op)

Corporate Change (not heard at committee)
26. Verso (Pasta Bar Café Corp), 343 E 8th St (op)
27. Lanza Restaurant (168 First Ave Restaurant Ltd), 168 1st Ave (op)
28. Ten Degrees (New Statford Restaurant Inc), 121 St Marks Pl (wb)
29. Five Tacos (The Taco Joint Inc), 119 St Marks Pl (wb)

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