Tag Archives: NoHo

383 Lafayette St. Slated for Restoration and an Addition

383 Lafayette St., former home of Tower Video and recently the Student ID office for NYU will finally be getting some contextual attention and allowed uses in our M1-5b zone. Its new use will be for NYU administrative offices.  The … Continue reading

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Lafayette St. Slated for a New Protected Bike Lane – Update

Update:  Beware NoHo Lafayette Sts’ New Protected Bike Lane was the topic on Thursday, March 6th at CB#2′s Traffic and Transportation Committee. (Updated March 7) http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20140307/soho/lafayette-street-protected-bike-path-gets-unanimous-cb-2-committee-approval http://www.streetsblog.org/2014/03/07/cb-2-panel-unanimously-supports-lafayette-4th-avenue-protected-bike-lane  The original plan called for the protected bike lane to run along the … Continue reading

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25 Bleecker St. Tweaked Design

Landmarks pushes architect of 25 Bleecker to design compatibly. At the March 4 hearing LPC Commissioners were more approving of the second try at the new-designed front of 25 Bleecker, but urged still more tweaking with brickwork and color and … Continue reading

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VOTE

VOTE TODAY NoHo! With an entirely new roster of City office candidates and a largely rookie City Council, the 2013 election will seriously affect us on any issue, hyper-local to state-wide. Liquor license density, development, construction, traffic, zoning, variances, landmarks, … Continue reading

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NoHo Hearings at CB2 in July

NoHo Hearings at CB2 The following are the NoHo-centric topics to be reviewed this month, but you should check back for updates as schedules and applications often change. Landmarks On Monday, July 1st the Landmarks Committee heard an application for … Continue reading

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Catching Up…Keeping Up: Development

Catching Up…Keeping Up with NoHo is a full-time endeavor these days. On the development front there are 11 projects that have been recently approved or scheduled for hearing Continue reading

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What’s Happening this Fall?

NoHo-Bowery Fall 2012 applications – liquor licenses, landmarks and zoning Continue reading

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Political Developments: NoHo and Re-Districting

NoHo-Bowery gets re-districted…. Continue reading

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What’s on the horizon…

What’s on NoHo-Bowery Horizon Continue reading

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More on New Developments…or Landmarks Redux

NoHo Landmarks Redux – there seems no shortage of LPC Appropriateness applications from NoHo buildings these days… Continue reading

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This month at CB#2

This months CB#2 Hearings of interest to NoHo Continue reading

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Rape of Puck Averted

20 feet shorter and 1500 square feet thinner, the new Puck penthouse addition finally meets LPC approval on Dec. 20, 2011. Continue reading

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