Once upon a time, the corner of Ninth Avenue and 33rd Street was home to a little place called the Cheyenne Diner, a beloved greasy spoon that occupied the site since the 1940s. But then it was carted off to Alabama (seriously) in 2009, and the lot has sat vacant ever since. No longer. It will now become apartments, of course. New York YIMBY reports that permits have been issued for a 7-story, 12-unit building designed by HTO Architect. A rep from the firm says that the building, to be called Skylight House (add it to the list), will be rentals.
And a look back at the good ol' days: