Browsing: david isaev

Real Estate
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We’ve long covered the struggles of Cherry Hill Gourmet Market and its owners, who dumped millions into renovating the space in the historically landmarked Lundy’s building (1901 Emmons Avenue) only to face opposition from local leaders about zoning and preservation violations. To sum it up: some local leaders and activists bristled that Cherry Hill’s owners…

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The city’s Landmarks Preservation Committee approved an application by the owners of Cherry Hill Gourmet Market to legalize a series of alterations they made to the landmarked Lundy’s building during an August 2 hearing, tying no strings to the landlord despite outrage from community leaders. The hearing reviewed Cherry Hill Gourmet Market’s (1901 Emmons Avenue)…

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New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Committee announced late last week that they’re going forward with a public hearing tomorrow, August 2, regarding violations at the landmarked Lundy’s building by Cherry Hill Gourmet Market, outraging local activists who say they’re being left out of the process. The hearing will review Cherry Hill Gourmet Market’s (1901 Emmons…

Business
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(Photo by Ray Johnson) Cherry Hill Restaurant and Gourmet Market at Lundy’s received two violations this morning, just hours into their first full work day. The establishment’s existing partial stop work order was also upgraded to a full stop work order, which requires Cherry Hill to pay the city $5,000. The market first opened its…

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Shortly after our post this afternoon stating that Cherry Hill Market at Lundy’s was fully stocked, though still closed, the restaurant/market – or market/restaurant – opened for business. We stopped by this evening and found samples spread out on a table for all to try. The cash registers were cha-chinging as the first customers filed…

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Summary of what happened at the SB/PB meeting that was held in the Landmark Lundy’s building on Ocean Ave & Emmons Ave and hosted by new tenant, Cherry Hill Market last night, March 3, 2009: Building and Construction Manager, Anthony Kelley, spoke in defense of the Cherry Hill Market project. He answered questions and debunked…

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Owner of the controversial, soon-to-be opened Cherry Hill Gourmet Restaurant and Market, David Isaeva, will open its doors to the community in March — for a meeting. The Sheepshead Bay/Plumb Beach Civic Association has announced that its March meeting will be held at the landmark Lundy’s building. Just this past Monday, there were sounds of…