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Chris Burden’s ‘Ghost Ship’ Removed from the New Museum After 4 Years

Posted August 17, 2017 at 5:00 am

The New Museum is in expansion mode. In due course, the forty-year-old institution will expand its capabilities and facilities next door to 233 Bowery. Okay, fine. But what of the appendage protruding from its boxy facade? The life-sized nautical ornament was pried from its four-story perch at the end of July. It was four years […]

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B Bar’s Trees Apparently Got in the Way of a Billboard, so They Were Cut Down

Last modified August 14, 2017 at 1:55 pm

Nothing gets in the way of advertising. Not even mother nature. Neighbors of B Bar & Grill on the Bowery (at East 4th Street) alerted us to the unfortunate decimation of the bar’s small tree grove in the front courtyard. The unconfirmed word on the street is that the green growth had gotten in the […]

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Residents of 83 Bowery Protest Margaret Chin for Selling out Chinatown

Posted August 10, 2017 at 5:05 am

With Margaret Chin up for re-election next month, these Chinatown Bowery denizens are making plenty of noise in opposition. The embattled tenants of 83-85 Bowery, deadlocked in battle with landlord Joseph Betesh, are protesting the councilwoman at her headquarters later today. The protest rally is the second such action in a month for this Tenants […]

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276 Bowery Becomes Arlette Tebele’s Pop-Up Art Gallery

Posted August 9, 2017 at 5:09 am

When area stores go vacant, the trend is almost always to install a temporary gallery of some sort. Increase the exposure (i.e. eyeballs) on the property to draw attention and hopefully net a new tenant. And that’s exactly what’s happening over at 276 Bowery. Sunrise Rainbow Kitchen Supply vacated the large Bowery commercial space earlier […]

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210 Bowery Condos Hit the Market Starting at $2.7M

Posted August 4, 2017 at 5:08 am

Two years and a construction fiasco later, the tall dark horse at 210 Bowery is finally ready for residents. The resurrected 210 Bowery boasts seven full-floor units comprising 12,824 square-feet of floor area; the single commercial space is slated for 1,989 square-feet. Amenities include roof deck, basement storage, and seven bicycle spaces. For the moment, […]

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DBGB, Harbinger of Bowery Gentrification, Closing After 8 Years; Cites Changing Neighborhood

Posted July 31, 2017 at 5:09 am

Like its long-gone namesake inspiration, DBGB Kitchen & Bar will soon be dust in the proverbial wind. The Daniel Boulud restaurant circled August 11 as its final day in business after eight years on the Bowery. Of its decision to close down, DBGB – itself a harbinger of Bowery gentrification – told Eater that the […]

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As One Bowery Restaurant Supply Business Goes Bust, Another Takes Over

Posted July 28, 2017 at 5:08 am

AAA Quality Restaurant Supply – a well-known equipment supplier at 272 Bowery – went out of business at the end of last year. The three-and-a-half-year-old Sunrise Rainbow Kitchen Supply, located two doors away at 276 Bowery since 2013, recently signed the lease and has taken over (and dropped the Sunrise). This small section of the Bowery […]

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TV Personality Eddie Huang Returns to LES with another ‘Baohaus’

Posted July 28, 2017 at 5:02 am

Eddie Huang is headed back downtown, reviving his Baohaus concept in Chinatown. The entrepreneur, also a TV personality behind Fresh off the Boat (ABC) and Huang’s World (Vice) announced the news via Instagram earlier this week. Huang chose 48 Bowery for the comeback, located inside the Chinatown Arcade. This second iteration of the Taiwanese restaurant seeks a […]

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190 Bowery Scores ‘Jumbo Pop-Up’ Tenant with Totokaelo Emporium

Last modified July 25, 2017 at 11:59 pm

The Germania Bank Building on the Bowery finally scored a ground-floor retail occupant, albeit on a temporary basis. Owner Aby Rosen signed a lease with fashion emporium Totokaelo to take 8,918 square-feet. It won’t be here for long, though, with a stated expiration of March 2018, according to the New York Post. “I’m optimistic that this short-term […]

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New Museum Announces Return of ‘IdeasCity Festival’ in September

Posted July 25, 2017 at 5:03 am

The fourth edition of the New Museum’s “IdeasCity New York” is just around the corner. As in prior years, the museum’s civic platform for conversation will set the stage, entwined with the artistc and cultural interpretation of the future of cities. Wrapping up its two-year cycle of global residencies taking place in Detroit, Athens, and […]

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