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Karl Fischer, Unattractive? It’s All Subjective, Says Third Ave. Developer

Karl Fischer may be criticized, but he gets the job done quickly and efficiently, the owner of the new nine-story building said.

Karl Fischer Plans 9-Story Building at Old Nevada Smiths Site

The building will feature a mix of residential and retail space, as well as a community center.

An Early Look at Karl Fischer’s Design for Building Replacing Third Street Row House

The developer Brody-Amirian plans to build an eight-story building designed by a controversial architect where an historic row house once stood.

A First Look at Karl Fischer’s Design for 427 East 12th Street

An exclusive look at the designs of a new building at 427 E. 12th between 1st Avenue and Avenue A.

Thank You, East Village

A mosaic of 160 people who make the East Village what it is.

The Bowery Gets a Shiny New Art Gallery

A pair of 28-year-olds will open their first gallery at 263 Bowery on Friday.

The Day | Lower East Side Killer’s Confession

The Local’s roundup of East Village news from around the Web.

The Day | Line Around the Block for Chris Brown

A roundup of this morning’s news.

The Day | South Brooklyn Pizza Goes to Court

A roundup of this morning’s news.

The Day | The Comedians of East Village Comedy

A roundup of this morning’s news, including the latest on Karl Fischer’s Third Avenue project, the Jade Mountain sign recovered, and the trouble with community gardens.

76 Third Avenue Shrouded For Demolition, Fischerization

Scaffolding and construction netting has gone up at 76 Third Avenue, the building next to the former home of Nevada Smiths that’s due to be replaced with a building designed by controversial architect Karl Fischer.

The Day | More Halloween Hellraising Caught on Tape

A roundup of this morning’s news, including a profile of the city’s most loathed architect, a hedge-fund manager accused of robbing from the Christadora, a look at Recycle-a-Bicycle, and more.

DocuDrama: Preservationists Try to Save Row House From Becoming Another 35 Cooper

Preservations are appealing to the Landmarks Preservation Commission to save a Federal-era row house in Alphabet City.

Fischer Will Transform Townhouse

The controversial architect Karl Fischer will design a 33-unit building to replace a townhouse dating back to 1900.