Last modified November 1, 2010 at 12:14 am
245 Bowery is now sporting some new skin at the corner of Prince street. For the last couple days, a team of tool-wielders have been building a pair of new sidewalk sheds. Now work can continue unabated behind closed doors.
Last modified July 8, 2010 at 8:00 am
At last month’s community meeting with owners of the forthcoming tapas joint at 245 Bowery, representatives from BLVD were deployed to secure the S.R.O. namesake for their own re-branding effort. Well, the issue is now a moot point, as the nightclub apparently settled for a different name. Meanwhile, the BLVD flags remains in place.
Last modified September 25, 2012 at 11:29 pm
On recent days, the double-doors of 245 Bowery have been open, exposing the current state of progress on the forthcoming tapas-style restaurant there. And renovations are now at full steam. Yesterday morning, the interior was in shambles. A demolition team on scaffolding was busy tearing down the old-school metal ceiling, while plenty of detritus rained […]
Last modified June 27, 2012 at 2:18 am
After dark, the New Museum turns on a projector which blasts an epileptic assortment of Rorschach-inkblot-esque images onto the building facade of 243 Bowery. The looped video is part of a three-pronged exhibition at the museum by artist Amy Granat, dubbed Light 3 Ways.
Posted June 10, 2010 at 6:13 am
As reported last month, Salon 94 now has a location at 243 Bowery, right next door to the controversial tapas restaurant currently in the works. This is the second Lower East Side gallery outpost, and third citywide, for the company.