That is such a filthy, blighted block. I hope that something decent is built here.
Yes, I know that and I also know there's nothing we can do about it but that doesn't mean we can't talk about it here.
I would guess hotel, not residential, but, yeah, it's 1000 times better than a sleazy bar. Fantastic for the city's tax base and big job multiplier. Hotels
Anyone who hasn't been living in a cave for the last twenty years knows why it's closing.
Of course folks like ASchwarz will say it is for
It isn't what you or I want, it's what works from a zoning and marketability perspective.
No luxury building in Manhattan is going to be