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That book nook isn’t the only new development at The Standard, East Village: hotel higher-ups are moving forward with plans for a overhaul of the ground floor, and according to Department of Buildings records, initial construction will come at a cost $3 million.
The latest from the always electrifying Community Board 3 S.L.A. committee meeting.
A roundup of highlights from May’s Community Board 3 agenda.
The famed hotelier plans significant changes for the bottom floors of the hotel.
She’s been called “NYC’s biggest killjoy,” and now she’s looming larger than ever. Longtime activist Zella Jones has unveiled the NoHo-Bowery Stakeholders, a group of heavy-hitters that will act as a united front in helping to determine the course of the historic neighborhood.
A round up of this morning’s news, including increased segregation in East Village schools, a fire on St. Marks Place, a successful apartment hunt, free pedicab rides from Veselka, and more.
A roundup of this morning’s news, including the latest on Adria Petty’s $1.85 million apartment, a barroom astrologer, a new cheesesteak joint, and more.
After 18 years in the neighborhood, the drag destination is leaving.
A Hoboken-based development company is making moves in Manhattan, starting with a couple of much buzzed-about spots in the East Village.
The changes keep on coming under the hotel’s new ownership.
The mural at the Standard East Village is no more.
The Local spotted workers tearing down pieces of the large mural of a monk this morning.
Andre Balazs’s new hotel officially announces itself, via blog post.
The Cooper Square Hotel will become The Standard East Village.
The pricetag, as well as the hotelier’s backers, are revealed.
At a meeting of the Community Board 3’s SLA Committee, the 13th Street bar faced heat from its neighbors.
A roundup of this morning’s news, including more details on the rape on East Eighth Street, a hidden art gallery, and Mexican Restaurant Week.
The celebrity-magnet hotelier made a personal appearance at last night’s Community Board 3 meeting, vowing to keep the Cooper Square Hotel a “community hotel.”