Posted January 13, 2020 at 5:00 am
Here is the real reason why the Claw Money boutique is no longer at Delancey and Ludlow Streets. Blame the bank. Traser signage in the window of 101 Delancey indicates that HSBC is opening a new branch here at the southeast corner. Further homogenizing this stretch of the Lower East Side. Indeed, by last count […]
Posted December 11, 2019 at 5:07 am
Street artist Claw Money recently closed down her Delancey Street store. Now encased in plywood shed, the space is undergoing renovation. And joins the litter of other commercial vacancies at 101 Delancey. Indeed, the handful of divided storefronts comprising 101 Delancey went under the knife nearly a decade ago, and largely remained dormant. Except for […]
Posted April 27, 2016 at 5:11 am
The Centre-fuge trailer on East First Street is ready for its springtime paint job. Cycle 20 of the popular art project is on its way, and should debut May 1. Artists represented in the next round of artwork are Adam Dare, Balu, Claw Money, K-nor, Resa,Rob Plater & Werc. Cycle 20 will be on view […]
Posted March 30, 2016 at 5:11 am
After consecutive months of ground-level renovations, the retail composition of 101 Delancey Street is no longer recognizable. Where a collection of rough-around-the-edges stores heretofore operated (OTB, Jackson Hewitt, Happiness Deli), three distinct commercial spaces now await tenants. Store entrances were all leveled to sidewalk grade, with any evidence of the former OTB now in the […]
Posted February 3, 2016 at 9:24 am
The storefront renovation of 101 Delancey has been ongoing for months. Since at least last summer, when the first plywood encasements first made a cameo. Now that same job just sidelined the Claw Money graffiti style boutique at the corner of Ludlow Street. Temporarily, we’re told. “[The landlord] is just changing the front facade,” Ms. […]
Last modified August 23, 2013 at 10:06 am
The brush was passed to CLAW Money (aka Claudia Gold) ahead of the Bust Magazine 20th anniversary show at 9 Clinton Street.
Posted July 6, 2010 at 6:26 am
In October 2009, Creative Sign, Inc. moved just two doors down from 55-D Delancey into the gut-renovated cornershop of 55 Delancey. After the dozen-yard re-location, 55-D gained a highly conspicuous “for rent” banner, yet remained dormant until now. Hello, pop-up!