393 Grand Street

65-Year-Old Man Jumps to His Death from 6th Floor of Seward Park Co-op

Last modified May 23, 2019 at 8:08 am

A 65-year-old resident of the Seward Park Co-op reportedly leaped to his death early Tuesday morning. According to the police report, the man jumped from the window of his sixth-floor apartment at building 4, west of Clinton. Officers from the 7th Precinct responded at 7:47am, and found him unconscious at the scene. Further investigation into the […]

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Owner of Seward Park Liquors Retracts Prior Statements About Landlord and Fate of Store

Posted March 14, 2017 at 5:12 am

The fate of Seward Park Liquors will be determined this week. The owner of Seward Park Liquors – headquartered at 393 Grand Street since 1973 – retracted prior comments suggesting that landlord Seward Park Co-op was “forcing him out” of business. The lease on the space is up. “After forty-three years of service without missing […]

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Seward Park Liquors on the Verge of Losing Lease After 43 Years in Business

Posted February 27, 2017 at 5:00 am

Seward Park Liquors, a mom-and-pop mainstay on Grand Street since 1973, might not last the week. Its owner shared an “urgent message” with Seward Park Co-op stakeholders Friday afternoon, informing residents that the lease at 393 Grand Street is threatened. Potentially on the way out. “After forty-three years of service without missing a rent check, the […]

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