Nabe News: March 23

Posted on: March 23rd, 2010 at 1:36 pm by

Gothamist sold, imperialistic NYU, and Cafe Colonial, all in today’s neighborhood news roundup!

The imperialistic NYU is looking to conquer the world even more Manhattan real estate.  Their plans are to expand the school by 6 million square-feet in the next twenty years.  Yes, you read correctly.  NYU will present their case on Wednesday, April 14 at the Kimmel Center [NY Times; Save the Lower East Side]

Just one month after opening at the corner of Clinton and East Houston, Thai eatery Eastern Alley is closing shop [Eater]

What millions of dollars in landscaping looks like at Stuy Town [Lux Living]

This could be the end of the road for Cafe Colonial at the corner of Elizabeth and East Houston [EV Grieve]

Gothamist is reportedly selling its franchise to Cablevision [Paid Content]

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