Posted April 8, 2019 at 5:00 am
As Essex Crossing debuts piecemeal, property owners are looking to cash in. It’s causing a ripple effect around the neighborhood. Just a couple blocks away, 59 Allen Street is ready for its due and proper. The 8,800 square-foot, through-block structure – occupied by the Imperial Parking garage and galleries on the Eldridge front – is now […]
Posted February 19, 2019 at 5:00 am
Three years after the parking garage privatization pitted Seward Park co-op members against the board, the operator is out. Icon/Quik Park tendered its termination over the holiday weekend, and will pull out of the garage at the end of this month. Charles H. Greenthal & Co. management circulated a letter to tenants announcing the news […]
Posted June 10, 2016 at 5:17 am
The wrecking ball will soon roll down Kenmare Street to eliminate the last surviving parking garage on the block. A notice to member motorists notes that the last day of operations is today, and that “we will be going under major renovations of our parking facility. As previously disclosed, 75 Kenmare Street is slated for […]
Lenny Kravitz is the Interior Designer for Condos in the Garage-Killing Development at 75 Kenmare Street
Posted April 7, 2016 at 5:10 am
The last parking garage on Kenmare Street is slowly marching toward demise. Even though demolition permits were filed back in August, it’s been business as usual. Until yesterday, when the first renderings of the forthcoming seven-story luxury development were released. There is also a splash page. DHA Capital, which purchased the corner parking garage for […]
Posted July 23, 2015 at 5:10 am
Ten years of construction and headaches are beginning to culminate at the Orchard Hell Bullding. Now an Indigo Hotel, the 23-story eyesore is adding more parking options to the Hell Square streetscape. Its 24-hour public parking garage (aka “Hell Lot”) opens today, and is the first part of the project to officially open. That feat […]
‘Partial Demolition’ of Elizabeth Street Parking Garage Begins Ahead of Luxury Conversion; Hype Banners Arrive Onsite
Posted December 4, 2014 at 5:37 am
Nine months ago, developer duo Sumaida + Khurana acquired the commercial building at 152 Elizabeth Street for $21 million with the intention of developing the property. The brick box at the corner of Kenmare Street was subsequently boarded up in anticipation of the wrecking ball. Its replacement is more upper crust glass – a seven-story, […]
Posted September 5, 2012 at 6:28 am
The vacant garage adjacent to the BP station on East Houston is trading up. At least temporarily.
Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:27 am
Over the weekend, much of the remaining worksite plywood was dismantled from the facade of 38 Delancey. We now have a relatively unfettered look at the ground level of the new condoplex.
Posted October 27, 2009 at 6:36 am
Since early October, the entire West 4th subway station has been sponsored by New York Now, an AIA (American Institute for Architects) member showcase celebrating new architecture across the Five Boroughs. Each advertising skin shows numerous renderings of buildings and other projects in the pipeline. The exhibition will run through the end of the month.