Curbed NY

March 6, 2015

By Zoe Rosenberg

Demolition has started at the site of the landmarked-but-not-really-worth-it triangular building at 130 Seventh Avenue South, DNAinfo reports. The site will give rise to a new high-end condo building designed by BKSK that won over the Landmarks Preservation Commission on its third try in April 2014. The building will replace embattled nightclub Veranda that shuttered amidst legal woes in 2013. The new six-story building between West 9th and West 10th streets is being developed by Greystone with Continental Ventures and Itzhaki Acquisitions.