Peter Poon Architects

Inside the Ruins of Possible Bull’s Head Tavern on the Bowery [PHOTOS]

Posted October 15, 2013 at 5:38 am

As we reported yesterday, preservationists are worried about current demolition at 50-52 Bowery, a site some local historians believe once housed the fabled colonial-era Bull’s Head Tavern. It is here, possibly where George Washington frequented, that Peter Poon Architects will eventually dump twenty stories of hotel living for neighborhood transients. How fitting. Preservationist Adam Woodward snuck […]

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Remnants of Bull’s Head Tavern Possibly Found at 50 Bowery Construction Site

Posted October 14, 2013 at 5:08 am

The demolition of 50 Bowery ahead of the glassy new replacement tower currently has preservationists in a tizzy. As previously disclosed, Peter Poon Architects already earmarked this parcel for the 20-story Hotel Bowery; advocates of history hope to protect its rich past, however futile their actions. One concerned Boogie reader – historian and author David Freeland (Automats, […]

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Demolition Underway at 50 Bowery for Peter Poon’s 20-Story ‘Hotel Bowery’

Posted August 14, 2013 at 5:22 am

Peter Poon’s skyscraping Hotel Bowery is on the first stage of its developmental cycle. Demolition.

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Peter Poon’s 20-Story ‘Hotel Bowery’ Aims High for 2015 Completion

Posted June 13, 2013 at 6:28 am

It’s the news neighbors didn’t so much wanna hear, but 50-52 Bowery will indeed sprout that towering hotel as feared.

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