Launch of aCCeSsions, CCS Bard’s new online journal, Friday, November 6, 7–9pm

Launch of aCCeSsions, CCS Bard’s New Online Journal Friday, November 6, 7–9pm Performance and remarks: 7:30pm SculptureCenter The Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, is pleased to announce the launch of their student-led online journal, aCCeSsions. Please join us for an event at SculptureCenter to celebrate its launch, featuring performances by Deanna Havas and Puppies […]
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Signage up for Astoria Bank at 26-26 Jackson Avenue

Signage is up at 26-26 Jackson Avenue for Astoria Bank. Construction has been moving along steadily since May, and the project is aiming for completion by the end of the year.1 In April, The Court Square Blog was the first to report this story.2 According to Wikipedia, Astoria Federal was founded in 1888, “with deposits […]
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Full Reveal: Douglas Elliman sales office at 26-14 Jackson Avenue

Construction has mostly finished at a new Douglas Elliman sales office in the retail space of 26-14 Jackson Avenue.1 Crew took down construction paper that had previously covered the windows, revealing the office, as seen below. Permits were filed on Oct. 2 and approved on Oct. 6 on the project.2 The sales office will be used for “Dutch […]
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Permits approved at 27-01 Jackson Avenue

In mid-October, demolition finished on 27-01 Jackson Avenue, former home of a Gas Trac.1 Expect work on the site to begin soon, with the Department of Buildings approving build permits on Oct. 20. Permits call for 7,090 square feet of commercial space and 65,238 square feet of residential space. The building will rise 15 stories and […]
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Food Cellar now projecting early November opening

We all know Food Cellar has had problems opening, and its latest hurdle was getting ConEd to turn on the power.1 On Monday, Food Cellar sent a tweet saying that it’s expecting an opening in the “next week and a half.” If that’s true, then the grocery store would open roughly around Nov. 4. Then […]
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