Irreplaceable Artifacts

Ten-Story Condo Ready to Fill Hole Left by Irreplaceable Artifacts Decades Ago

Posted October 5, 2020 at 5:00 am

More than two years in the works, the construction of a luxury condo atop a long-vacant Second Avenue pit will proceed, thanks to a construction loan secured by the developer. Development firm Station Companies scored a $13.75 million construction loan for its ten-story building here at 14 Second Avenue. Owner Daniel Vislocky is behind the […]

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Long-Vacant Pit on 2nd Avenue will be Plugged with 10-Story Condo

Last modified December 18, 2018 at 11:32 am

It’s been a hole in the ground for the last eighteen years. Next up, more condos. The splintered plywood just below 2nd Avenue and East 1st Street, as well as the First Street Green art park, shields pedestrians from the detritus below. In what was the former footprint of Irreplaceable Artifacts, which was destabilized and […]

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New City Park Coming to 14 Second Avenue?

Posted September 10, 2010 at 6:30 am

In the spirit of the Liz Christy Garden just across the way, a new green space seems to be in the works at the northeast corner of East Houston and Second Avenue.  Indeed, the strip of Parks Department land, located beside the former home of Irreplaceable Artifacts, is starting to show evidence of the change. […]