Spring is creeping into NoHo NYC this year and as it does, all sorts of other things are awakening…new building proposals, restorations, lots of new stores, a new restaurant or two, all east of Broadway to Bowery. It’s very exciting…and confirming!
This month in NoHo NYC there’s a Landmark Proposal for 25 Bleecker; a Special Event Design Pavillion for Design Week from NYCxDesign; a new owner for the restaurant at 36 East 4th St; a sidewalk cafe for The Wren; something new or renewed at 45 Bond. Resurrection Vintage has opened their new store on Great Jones across from Phillip Lim; DexterDexterDexter is moving in at 352 Bowery. And, lots of new shows at our galleries. You can get all the specifics and attend the hearings if you read our newsletter.
At the top of NoHo NYC current issues is finding a fair way to accommodate the constant stream of film crews and production companies that are invading NoHo. We have just learned that SoHo has filed for (and supposedly been granted) an official suspension of film activity in their neighborhood, which, likely, has increased the pressure on ours. NoHo-Bowery Stakeholders, Inc is polling its membership regarding a similar request for NoHo. Your opinions will be gratefully received. Respond to zella (at) nohomanhattan.org.
Coming soon: A new design and plan for the Great Jones Diner site; a liquor license for 11 Great Jones St.; the completion of 383 Lafayette St.; new applications for the former Hecho enDumbo site at 354 Bowery.
And, then, there’s lots of NoHo NYC press:
Lululemon Lab opens in NoHo, exposes designers at work, New York Business Journal-Mar 29, 2016
For a Better Caesar, Get Kale Into the Mix, New York Times-Mar 28, 2016
A $22.2 Million Penthouse Atop a Landmark, New York Times-Mar 25, 2016
Products and Competition Stretch Market for ‘Athleisure’ Clothing, New York Times-Mar 25, 2016