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100 Clark St: A Case Study in Building Codes, Gravity, and Preservation The New York Times

Brooklyn Historical Society | May 8, 2017 Coming Up Today: A discussion on local landmarks and how to save abandoned city buildings, at the Brooklyn Historical Society. 6:30 p.m.: Join us for a behind-the-scenes discussion with Margaret Streicker Porres, owner of the long-abandoned mansion at 100 Clark Street (also listed as 1 Monroe Place), and [...]

Bill Murray and F. Scott Fitzgerald Have This New York Literary Haunt In Common Architectural Digest

Kathryn Romeyn | May 1, 2017 With Hollywood on the verge of a very possible writers’ strike (the Writers Guild of America just voted in favor of it), it’s worth recalling a place where these wordsmiths were celebrated and venerated. Since its inception, the West Village literary haunt Chumley’s—opened in 1922, shuttered in 2007, and [...]

Brooklyn Heights eyesore begins major makeover Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Lore Croghan | April 13, 2017 Here's a piece of promising news for Brooklyn Heights Historic District residents: Work is underway in earnest to reconstruct a pre-Civil War house that is one of the area's few eyesores. Look up on the roof of 100 Clark St. the next time you're in the picturesque, pricey brownstone [...]

Everything you know about the Village is wrong New York Post

James Nevius | March 29, 2017 April Fool’s Day, a holiday dedicated to all things phony, is a great time to explore the Village, where many of the stories linked to famous former residents are, alas, pure hokum. Right now, many buildings on the sales and rental markets in Greenwich Village — and its adjacent [...]

Next Generation Property Management Event Delivers Powerful Insights cre.tech

Travis Barrington | March 1, 2017 Mdern property management is at a crossroads where old methodologies meet new efficiencies and improved levels of customer service via technology. So how does our increasing ability to monitor and respond to issues remotely sync up with traditional hands-on expectations? That was one of the key themes at this month’s [...]

Historic West Village building, home to Chumley’s, seeks $12.75M Curbed New York

Amy Plitt | February 27, 2017 A decade after part of the building caved in, it’s ready for a new owner If you’ve ever dreamed of living atop a piece of New York City history, now’s your chance—provided you have $12.75 million to drop on a house, that is. A 19th-century townhouse at 86 Bedford Street in [...]

The New Chumley’s Raises the Culinary Bar The New York Times

Pete Wells | January 31, 2017 If you heard that Chumley’s is open again, you were misinformed. The dim, spare, beer-scented hideaway in the West Village is gone, torn down, not coming back. At its old address is a restaurant that has nothing in common with the original except a name, a door, an archway and framed [...]

Chumley’s Is Back, and the Burger Might Be the Best In New York GQ

John Lockett | November 19, 2016 The legendary West Village speakeasy once frequented by Fitzgerald and Hemingway is back from the dead and better than ever. Chumley’s has always been that quintessential neighborhood haunt, the type of bar budding writers and romantics dream of when they first move to New York City: dimly lit, no frills, [...]

The Reborn Chumley’s Speakeasy Has a Burger Worthy of Hemingway Bloomberg

Kate Krader | October 18, 2016 One of New York's most historic bars is back, with the help of the Sushi Nakazawa team. Here's what they've got on the menu. A s I was growing up in New York, Chumley’s had legendary status for me. The hidden, historic West Village bar was where my parents began [...]

Church To Be Resurrected As Housing New Haven Independent

Markeshia Ricks | September 11, 2016 A A former State Street church and rectory are set to become home to six new apartments or condos next year. The City Plan Commission gave its unanimous OK with conditions at City Hall Wednesday night to developer Michael Zauberman of Newcastle Connecticut LLC to convert the former church and [...]