Bond Street

Mile End Deli Pulls the Plug on Bond Street

Posted October 15, 2018 at 5:02 am

Mile End Deli on Bond Street is no more. The Brooklyn-based establishment ended service yesterday, concluding more than six years on the Lower East Side. The Jewish-Canadian deli is now down to one location – the Brooklyn original on Hoyt Street. A printout in the window explains how “it was a hard decision to close” […]

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Bond Street Townhouse, Home of Scrap Metal Shop, Hits the Market for $13M

Posted June 21, 2017 at 5:06 am

It’s an oasis of refuse on a block scraped clean and sanitized with upper-crust wealth. A cluttered workspace that resembles something out of high school shop class. But for how much longer? D&D Salvage – a scrap metal dealership – has heretofore survived the transformation of Bond Street into a glitzy pathway dominated by multimillion-dollar condo […]

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Aby Rosen Files Plans to Convert Former Women’s Shelter at 11 Bond Street

Posted December 3, 2015 at 5:00 am

​Aby Rosen purchased 348 Lafayette Street over the summer for $26 million. Heretofore an active women’s shelter, the building is now ready for its luxury rechristening. The first step is referring to the property in official documents as 11 Bond Street. Step two was the filing of paperwork with the Department of Buildings to convert […]

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David Sims’ ‘Supreme’ Book Launch at Dashwood Books

Last modified September 16, 2015 at 12:10 pm

Acclaimed British fashion photographer David Sims has partnered with the iconic skate brand, Supreme, for a new book appropriately titled Supreme. The book contains 64 pages of color photos shot in the studio, on the streets of New York city, and includes personal, candid shots from Sims’ own collection. The project focuses mostly on members […]

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Today in LES History: Women’s Suffrage Pioneer Susan B. Anthony Dies

Posted March 13, 2015 at 5:08 am

On this day in… 1906 – Suffrage movement pioneer Susan B. Anthony passed away on this day in Rochester, New York at the age of 86. She spent some of her younger years at a boarding house at 44 Bond Street, where she published a women’s rights newspaper called The Revolution. Today in LES History is […]

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Circolo45 on Bond Street is Done, Now for Sale

Posted June 17, 2014 at 5:06 am

Circolo45 bowed in January 2013 as Circolo, a chic Italian restaurant that catered to the gold coast of Bowery and Bond. Nine months after its debut, though, founding chef Fabio Scovaventi was out and replaced with Daniele Sicuranza (and the “45”). Not even a new chef and renovated space could help the restaurant. It recently […]

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Brian Buterbaugh as ‘Chase Lounge’ to Showcase Super 8 Films of NYC

Posted August 7, 2013 at 10:11 am

Brian Buterbaugh’s subject is a familiar one – NYC’s spirited days of yore, and the colorful characters that comprised the establishments that are now being overrun by the unstoppable gentrification machine.

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Ever out of town? Meet onefinestay. [Sponsored]

Last modified September 12, 2012 at 1:06 pm

High-end vacation rental service onefinestay is looking for new hosts and properties downtown. onefinestay allows visitors to “live like a local” while staying downtown, so the group is especially interested in properties that bear some unique character. They describe themselves as the “un-hotel,” which is a different approach than the rapid influx of other lodging […]

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“A Case of You” Filming on Bond Street Today

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:34 am

, a new movie about the pitfalls of online dating will be filming in the environs around the Bowery.

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Early Edition: December 15

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 12:59 am

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