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Here’s the First Look at the 11-Story Rebirth of 139 Bowery

Posted February 16, 2018 at 5:00 am

There is nothing left of 139-141 Bowery. Over the course of the last several months, the side-by-side buildings experienced a slow death at the hands of a wrecking crew. (Non-union scabs, apparently, as the giant inflatable rats and pigs previously made an appearance.) But this newfound open-air will soon yield more residential mass. Below is […]

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More Bowery Buildings Demolished for 11-Story Mixed-Use Development

Last modified June 28, 2017 at 12:05 pm

Time has come for 139-141 Bowery, properties which have been on death row since 2014. The city finally issued demolition permits for the two buildings earlier this month, a couple years after Department of Buildings approved the plans. Wrecking crew are now on scene to begin the dismantling. As reported, the tax lots of 139-141 Bowery […]

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139-141 Bowery Coming Down for 11-Story Mixed-Use Development

Posted March 30, 2016 at 5:14 am

Across the street from the decimated Federal-style buildings on the lower Bowery, an eleven-story development inches closer to fruition. The tax lots of 139-141 Bowery were previously combined, and demolition permits issued to excise the current tenement buildings. Reason – a replacement tower stocked with both commercial and residential space. There’s activity on site now, […]

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11-Story Mixed-Use Tower is Planned for 139 Bowery

Posted December 18, 2014 at 5:00 am

New developments in the Bowery lighting district are becoming more commonplace these days. The frequency of property transactions and building renovations seems more frantic than in the past. Just look at what happened at 134-142 Bowery, which collectively netted $45 million last month. Computer printouts on the ground level of 139 Bowery just across the […]

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New Healthcare Facility for 47 Essex Street

Posted October 19, 2012 at 6:19 am

Since the cast of commercial characters at 47 Essex Street is down to one – Unique Hairstylists – there’s plenty of room for redevelopment.

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