Community Board No. 2, Manhattan, New York City




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JANUARY 2018
AMENDED CALENDAR OF MEETINGS

*PUBLIC HEARINGS are noted with asterisks.  MEETINGS AT THE COMMUNITY BOARD OFFICE ARE AT 3 WASHINGTON SQUARE VILLAGE, AT THE BOARD OFFICE CONFERENCE ROOM ADJACENT TO SUITE 1A.  Calendar is subject to change, so we suggest that individuals visit our website [cb2manhattan.org] regularly for updates.   At all meetings, additional items may be raised as "New Business."

PARKS/ WATERFRONT Rich Caccappolo, Chair
Wed., 1/3 @ 6:30 PM- NYU Silver Building, 32 Waverly Place, Room 401
  1. Update on previous year activities and upcoming year plans by Washington Square Park Administrator, George Vellonakis
  2. Bi-annual update on previous year and upcoming activities by representatives of Washington Square Park Conservancy.

TRAFFIC & TRANSPORTATION [**MEETING CANCELED**] Shirley Secunda, Chair
Thurs., 1/4 @ 6:30 PM- NYU Silver Building, 32 Waverly Place, Room 401 
  1. *Presentation by the NYC Dept. of Transportation (DOT) on a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Operation, Management and Maintenance of Valet Bicycle Parking with Bicycle-Related Retail and Services on the western side of University Place at 14th Street.

SCHOOLS & EDUCATION Jeannine Kiely, Chair
Mon., 1/8 @ 6:30 PM- Little Red School House, 272 Sixth Avenue, Auditorium
  1. Introduction to Pre-K for All presented by Kay Cid, the NYC Department of Education's Manhattan Borough Manager for Pre-K for All. All children born in 2014 can apply to Pre-K. For the 2018 Manhattan Pre-Kindergarten Directory, please visit here. Children welcome to attend.

QUALITY OF LIFE Joseph Gallagher, Chair
Mon., 1/8 @ 6:30 PM- NYU Silver Building, 32 Waverly Place, Room 401

1. *Presentation regarding Assemblymember Deborah Glick's bill (A-8779) to deter bird collisions by incorporating bird-safe building materials and design features, including bird-friendly building glass, with consideration of a resolution regarding this legislation.

2. *Application for a revocable consent to construct, maintain and use a fenced-in planted area on the south sidewalk of Christopher Street between Washington Street and West Street, in front of 642 Washington Street.

3. * New Applications for revocable consents to operate an unenclosed sidewalk café for:

  • West 4th & Barrow, LLC, d/b/a N/A, 190 W. 4th St. with 8 tables and 18 chairs (19274-2017-ASWC) (withdrawn)

FYI/Sidewalk Café Renewals:

  • Innovation Kitchens, LLC, d/b/a Dominique Ansel Kitchen, 137 7th Ave. So. with 5 tables and 24 chairs (2019224-DCA)
  • 002 Mercury Taco’s LLC, d/b/a Otto’s Tacos, 131 7th Ave. S. with 8 tables & 25 chairs (2019200-DCA)
  • Village Restaurant Group LLC, d/b/a Hudson Clearwater, 447 Hudson St. with 6 tables & 12 chairs (2028884-DCA)
  • Nisida LLC, d/b/a Rossopomodoro, 118 Greenwich Ave. with 8 tables & 16 chairs (2023070-DCA)

4. * Street Activities Applications:

  • 1/27/18 – BMG and Bloomingdales Grammy Pop-up, Broadway between Spring St. and Broome St.
  • 4/1/18 – Women’s Democratic Club – Women’s Democratic/Astor Place Festival, Astor Place between Broadway and Lafayette St.
  • 4/7/18 - Our Lady of Pompeii Church 6th Avenue Festival, 1) Bleecker St. between 6th Ave. and 7th Ave. South, 2) Carmine St. between 6th Ave. and Bedford St.
  • 5/18/18 – Visiting Neighbors Pop Up Fair, Charlton Street between Varick St. and Hudson St.
  • 5/20/18 – Children’s Museum of the Arts: Spring Family Day 2018, Charlton St. between Hudson St. and Greenwich St.
  • 5/26/18 – 6/3/18 – Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit, University Place between Waverly Place and East 13th St.
  • 7/14/18 – NYC Wiccan Family Temple: 7th Annual Witchfest USA, Astor Place between Broadway and Lafayette St.
  • 7/28/18 - Our Lady of Pompeii Church 6th Avenue Festival, 1) Bleecker St. between 6th Ave. and 7th Ave. South, 2) Carmine St. between 6th Ave. and Bedford St.
  • 9/2/18 – Village Crosstown Trolley - Astor Place Festival, Astor Place between Broadway and Lafayette St. (laid over)

FYI/ Street Activities Renewals:

  • 3/25/18 – Ninth Precinct Community Council Astor Place Festival, Bleecker St. between Broadway and Lafayette St.
  • 3/31/18 – 12/31/18 – Our Lady of Pompei Church: Flea Market, Bleecker St. between Carmine St. and Leroy St.
  • 3/31/18 – Visiting Neighbors Festival, Bleecker St. between Broadway and Lafayette St.
  • 5/5/18 – Perry Street Block Association – Perryphernalia Block Party, Perry St. between Bleecker St. and West 4th St.
  • 5/15/18 - New York University – Grad Alley 2018, 1) West 3rd St. between Mercer St. and LaGuardia Place 2) LaGuardia Place between Washington Square South and West 3rd St.
  • 5/20/18 – Community Health Project Inc. d/b/a Callen Lourde Community Health CE: The Urban Bear Street Festival, Little West 12th St. between 10th Ave. and Washington St.
  • 6/24/18 – NYC Pride, 1) Hudson St. between Bethune St. and West 14th St., 2) West 13th St. between 9th Ave. and West 4th St.
  • 7/14/18 – Greenwich House Waverly Place Festival, Washington Square North between Washington Square West and 5th Ave.
  • 7/21/18 – Village Committee for Jefferson Area Market / VID co-sponsored Bleecker Street Festival, Bleecker St. between Christopher St. and Bank St.
  • 8/11/18 – Greenwich Village Chamber of Commerce and Stonewall Democratics: Greenwich Village Chamber of Commerce Broadway Festival Co-Sponsored Event, Broadway between Waverly Place and East 14th St.
  • 8/26/18 – Transportation Alternatives: 4th Avenue Festival Co-Sponsored Event, 4th Ave. between East 9th St. and East 14th St.
  • 9/29/18 –Friends of LaGuardia – Bleecker Street Festival, Washington Square North between MacDougal St. and 5th Ave.
  • 10/7/18 – Avenues for Justice – Transportation Alternatives 4th Ave. Festival: Avenues for Justice Inc. 4th Avenue Festival co-sponsored event, 4th Avenue between East 9th St. and East 14th St.
  • 10/20/18 – Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, Inc.: 2018 Marco Polo Festival, Grand St. between Mulberry St. and Mott St.

**Please contact the Board office if you have an issue with these applications or if you wish to request to have them placed on the agenda for this meeting.


SLA LICENSING 1
Robert Ely, Co-Chair and Carter Booth, Co-Chair
Tues., 1/9 @ 6:30 PM – St. Anthony of Padua Church, 151-155 Sullivan St., Lower Hall

1a.*    Applications to the New York State Liquor Authority (SLA) for Corporate Change Application to existing Restaurant Wine (RW), Tavern Wine (TW) or Full Liquor On-Premise (OP) Licenses:
  • 135 Tart, LLC, d/b/a Once Upon A Tart, 135 Sullivan St., South Store 10012 (OP – Restaurant) (withdrawn)
  • International Culinary Center, LLC, d/b/a FCI Catering & Events, 462 Broadway 10013 (OP – Catering Establishment)
1b.*    Apps. to the SLA for New License for Restaurant Wine (RW) or Tavern Wine (TW):
  • ITA Concepts, LLC, d/b/a TBD, 151 Mulberry St. 10013 (RW – Restaurant) (withdrawn)
  • 524 Broadway Tenant, LLC, d/b/a WeWork, 524 Broadway 7th, 8th & 9th floor 10012 (RW – Bar/Tavern seeking live music and DJs) (withdrawn)
  • 524 Broadway Tenant, LLC, d/b/a WeWork, 524 Broadway 10th & 11th floor 10012 (RW – Bar/Tavern seeking live music and DJs) (withdrawn)
  • 428 Broadway Tenant, LLC, d/b/a WeWork, 428 Broadway 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th floor 10012 (RW – Bar/Tavern seeking live music and DJs) (withdrawn)
  • WW 379 W Broadway, LLC, d/b/a WeWork, 379 W. Broadway 2nd & 3rd floor 10012 (RW – Bar/Tavern seeking live music and DJs) (withdrawn)
  • WW 379 W Broadway, LLC, d/b/a WeWork, 379 W. Broadway 4th & 5th floor 10012 (RW – Bar/Tavern seeking live music and DJs) (withdrawn)
  • 88 U Place Tenant, LLC, d/b/a WeWork, 88 University Pl. 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th floor 10003 (RW – Bar/Tavern seeking live music and DJs) (withdrawn)
  • 88 U Place Tenant, LLC, d/b/a WeWork, 88 University Pl. 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th floor 10003 (RW – Bar/Tavern seeking live music and DJs) (withdrawn)
  • WeWork Little West 12th, LLC, d/b/a WeWork, 1 Little W. 12th St. 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th floor 10014 (RW – Bar/Tavern seeking live music and DJs) (withdrawn)
1c.*    Apps. to the SLA for New License for Full Liquor On-Premise (OP):
  • Suri Restaurant Corp., d/b/a Bari, 417 Lafayette St. 10003 (OP – Restaurant)
  • Great Jones Distillers, LLC, d/b/a Great Jones Distillers, 686 Broadway Basement, 1st, 2nd, & 3rd floors 10012 (OP – Restaurant)
FYI Renewals: Blenheim Restaurant, 283 W. 12th St. (OP); Omen Restaurant, 113 Thompson St. (OP); Snack Company Bedford, 63 Bedford St. (OP); HERE Art Center, 145 Ave. of the Americas (RW); Otto’s Tacos, 131 7th Ave. So. (Beer & Cider); Café Espanol, 172 Bleecker St. (OP); CK 14 The Crooked Knife, 232 W. 14th St. (OP); Entwine, 765 Washington St. (OP); S.O.B.’s, 204 Varick St. (OP); El Cantinero, 86 University Pl. (OP); Blue Hill Restaurant, 75 Washington Pl. (OP); Villa Mosconi Restaurant, 69-71 MacDougal St. (OP); Volare Restaurant, 147 W. 4th St. (OP); Grey Dog, 49 Carmine St. (RW); Mikaku Inc., 85 Kenmare St. Front A (RW); Raoul’s Restaurant, 180 Prince St. (OP); Fairfax, 234 W. 4th St. (OP); Kiin, 36 E. 8th St. (OP); Karaoke BoHo, 186 W. 4th St. (OP); Manhattan Monster, 80 Grove St. (OP); Injera Restaurant, 11 Abingdon Sq. (OP); Café Habana, 229 Elizabeth St. (OP); Hotel Hugo, 523 Greenwich St. 10013 (OP); Gato, 324 Lafayette St. (OP); Whiskey Social, 35 W. 8th St. (OP); Williamsburg Pizza, 277 Broome St. (RW); Mas, 39-41 Downing St. (OP); Ballato’s, 55 E. Houston St. (OP); Arts and Crafts Beer Parlor, LLC, 26 W. 8th St. Basement Store (RW); Bar Bolonat, 611 Hudson St. (OP); The Happiest Hour, 121 W. 10th St. aka 18-20 Greenwich Ave. (OP); Blue Note Jazz Club, 131 W. 3rd St. (OP); P.J. Charlton, 549 Greenwich St. (OP); Knickerbocker Saloon, 33 University Pl. (OP)

**Please contact the Board office if you have an issue with these applications or if you wish to request to have them placed on the agenda for this meeting.


SLA LICENSING 2
Carter Booth, Co-Chair and Robert Ely, Co-Chair
Thurs., 1/11 @ 6:30 PM – St. Anthony of Padua Church, 151-155 Sullivan St., Lower Hall

1a.*    Apps. to the SLA for Renewal License to sell beer and wine (RW) or liquor on-premise (OP):
  • Slice West Village, Ltd. d/b/a Slice, The Perfect Food, 535 Hudson St. 10014 (RW – Restaurant)
1b. *     Apps. to the SLA for Alteration to sell beer and wine (RW) or liquor on-premise (OP):
  • Beau Maison Corp. d/b/a El Cantinero, 86 University Pl. 10003 (OP – Bar/Tavern)
  • Soho Village Hotel, LLC & San Marino at Soho Inc., d/b/a Four Points by Sheraton & San Marino Ristorante, 66 Charlton St. 10014 (OP – Hotel Restaurant) (laid over)
  • 289 Bleecker Restaurant, LLC, d/b/a The Loyal (Previously Pagani), 289 Bleecker St. 10014 (OP – Restaurant) (laid over)
  • Juicerie 3, LLC, d/b/a The Butcher’s Daughter, 581 Hudson St., South Store 10014 (OP – Restaurant) (laid over)
1c.*    Apps. to the SLA for New License for Restaurant Wine (RW) or Tavern Wine (TW):
  • LPBK Corp., d/b/a N/A, 1 University Pl. Store #2 10003 (RW – Restaurant)
  • LXC, Inc. d/b/a N/A, 162 W. 4th St. 10014 (RW – Restaurant)(laid over)
  • Dragonfly Soul, Inc., d/b/a N/A, 140 West 4th St. 10012 (RW – Restaurant)
  • Moon Wrap, LLC, d/b/a Wolfnights, 235 Bleecker St. 10014 (Beer & Cider – Quick Service Wraps Restaurant) (laid over)
1d.*    Apps. to the SLA for New License for Full Liquor On-Premise (OP):
  • JN Kazoku, Inc., d/b/a Japonica, 90 University Pl. 10003 (OP – Restaurant) (laid over)
  • Upright Holdings 547, LLC, d/b/a Upright Brew House, 547 Hudson St. 10014 (OP – Restaurant)(Class Change) (laid over)
  • The Green Brooklyn, LLC, d/b/a TBD, 252 W. 14th St. 10011 (OP – Bar / Eatery)
  • Ethos Labs, LLC, d/b/a Gin Lane, 446 West 14th St. 10014 (OP – Bar Lounge) (Application contains significant changes to the application presented in October.)

LANDMARKS
Chenault Spence, Chair
Thurs., 1/11 @ 6:30 PM- NYU Silver Building, 32 Waverly Place, Room 401
  1. *487 Hudson St. - Application is to install an ADA chairlift and alter an adjacent staircase and platform, modify an enclosed porch, and relocate historic windows, all visible from a publicly accessible garden.
  2. *1 Perry St. – Application is to modify existing storefront including existing openings, install new awnings, repaint existing first floor masonry, and replace HVAC equipment on roof set back.
  3. *480 Broome St. – Application is to legalize the installation/replacement of severely corroded cast iron entry steps with diamond plate. (laid over)
  4. *140 Grand St. – Application is to install a hand-painted changeable advertising sign.
  5. *298 Elizabeth St. – Application is to legalize/modify a storefront installed without LPC permits.
  6. *436 W. Broadway – Application is to install signage.
  7. *4 Astor Pl. – Application is to install signage.
  8. *137 W. 13th St.- Application is to return the building to a single-family residence, restore the front facade, replace front windows, remove leaders, construct a 4th-floor addition, and a rear yard addition, and cellar excavation. (laid over)
  9. *90 Grove St.- Application is to legalize the removal of a cornice and paint from the façade without Landmarks Preservation Commission permit(s).

EXECUTIVE
Terri Cude, Chair  
Tues., 1/16 @ 6:30 PM- CB 2 Conference Room, 3 Washington Square Village
FULL BOARD
Terri Cude, Chair  
Thurs., 1/18 @ 6:30 PM- St. Anthony of Padua Church, 151-155 Sullivan St., Lower Hall

THE PUBLIC SESSION BEGINS AT 6:30 PM. SPEAKER’S CARDS WILL BE NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER 7:00 PM. Reports from the Chair, District Manager, Borough President, Standing Committees. INDIVIDUALS WHO CANNOT ATTEND ARE INVITED TO SUBMIT WRITTEN TESTIMONY IN ADVANCE TO THE BOARD OFFICE.  WRITTEN TESTIMONY WILL BE PLACED INTO THE RECORD.

SOCIAL SERVICES Cristy Dwyer, Chair
Tues., 1/23 @ 6:30 PM- Tony Dapolito Center, 1 Clarkson St. (Clarkson St. at 7th Ave. South), 3rd Floor
  1. PSS Circle of Care will discuss their free services for caregivers, including support, training, referrals and other resources of interest to CB2 residents caring for older people suffering with dementia and other health issues.
  2. Update by the NYC Anti-Violence Project regarding its recent activities and current projects.

NOTES: Please note the following committees will not meet in December:
  • Arts & Institutions
  • Land Use



January 2018 Calendar