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Developer Will Not Preserve 35 Cooper

The developer of 35 Cooper Square has told preservationists that he will not maintain the historic site and will move forward with an undetermined development plan.

Developer Meets on Fate of 35 Cooper

The developer of 35 Cooper Square met with preservationists this afternoon and listened to arguments for maintaining the historic site.

Local Hispanic Population Declines

The 2010 Census offers a portrait of an East Village that is more populous and less diverse. For the first time since the 1980’s, the area east of Avenue B is less than half Hispanic and the number of white residents in the area has surged.

Advocates Hopeful About 35 Cooper

Preservationists are holding out hope that there is still a future for 35 Cooper Square, now that the site’s developer has agreed to meet with neighborhood groups next month.

Residents Jeer N.Y.U. Plan at Meeting

A slide presentation about N.Y.U.’s revised development plan was greeted by hostile interruptions, catcalls and hisses during a community meeting Monday night.

Looking Back | 20 St. Marks Place

A look back at the history of 20 St. Marks Place.

Designer Defends New Bowery Hotel

A look at the debate over the futuristic design of the new Bowery Hotel.

Demolition Set for 35 Cooper Square

City officials approved a demolition permit for the historic site at 35 Cooper Square.

Permits Issued to Developer

On the same day that a preservation group held a news conference urging the Landmarks Preservation Commission to reconsider designating a pair of 170-year old buildings at 326 and 328 East Fourth Street as historic landmarks, the Department of Buildings awarded permits for both buildings to developer Terrence Lowenberg.

N.Y.U. Expansion Plan Changes Course

When New York University announced that it was abandoning a proposal to build a fourth structure on the Silver Towers site, it changed the direction of its expansion plan. Activists opposing New York University’s “2031 Plan” for expansion won’t have the “Silver Sliver” to kick around anymore. That was the news yesterday afternoon as the […]

Proposal Would Limit Building Heights

City Council is set to vote today – and expected to approve — a measure that will cap building heights in the East Village at 120 feet or roughly 12 stories on the eight blocks between Third and Fourth Avenues and 13th and Ninth Streets.

What’s Next for NYU in East Village?

It is still uncertain what effect NYU’s 2031 expansion plan will have on the East Village.