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International Center of Photography to Move Again

The ICP Museum will move into Essex Crossing in early 2019, while the school, which serves more than 3,500 students a year, will move that summer. 

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Greenpoint Landing’s 30-story Rental Tops Out

The megaproject overall will bring 5,500 new apartments—including 1,400 permanently affordable units—to the neighborhood.

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Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: How the Bronx’s Long-awaited Hip-hop Museum Found a Home

After four years of searching, the Universal Hip-hop Museum finds a home at L+M’s latest project in the South Bronx.

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Essex Crossing’s Second Phase Gets Its First Renderings

New renderings reveal The Market Line and a 15,000 square-foot park.

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Essex Street Market Vendors Can’t Wait for New Lower East Side Location

The new 37,000 square-foot market will be across Delancey Street as part of the large commercial and residential development.

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Pop Quiz With Lisa Gomez

L+M’s COO discusses her latest project and the best advice she’s ever received.

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L+M to Build Hip-Hop Museum, Affordable Housing Complex in South Bronx

L+M was tapped by the city to construct a 1,000-unit complex called Bronx Point which will also include a movie theater, food hall and public open spaces.

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The Plan: Inside Muji’s First Store in Brooklyn

Japanese variety goods retailer Muji opened its first Brooklyn store at Fifth & Wythe in Williamsburg last Friday, the retailer’s seventh store in New York City since launching in Soho a decade ago.

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Projects in Boston, Newark and Austin Win ULI Kemp Award

Newark’s Hahne & Co Building has been selected by the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing as the winner of the 2017 Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Award.

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Award-Winning Microgrid in Brooklyn “REVolutionizes” the Electricity Market

A first-of-its-kind microgrid at the Marcus Garvey Apartment complex combines two of New York City’s energy initiatives: increased use of renewable energy and improved energy consumption and efficiency.

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PRESS RELEASES


Delancey Street Associates Issues Call for Lower East Side Street Art Mural at Essex Crossing

A 220-Foot-Long Mural Will Adorn 145 Clinton Street.

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Nelson Management Group and L+M Development Partners Complete Transformation at Mixed-Income Rental Promenade Apartments

Residents Now Have Access to New Outdoor Plaza In Time For Summer.

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L+M Development Partners Opens New Children’s Library at Georgia King Village

Library is Part of Larger Effort in Partnership with Prudential Financial Inc. to Preserve and Rehabilitate the 422-Unit Affordable Housing Complex.

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NYS Homes & Community Renewal, NYSERDA and Partners Announce Marcus Garvey Apartments’ $190 Million Renovation in Brownsville, Brooklyn; Extending Affordability for 40 More Years

Major Renovation to 625-Apartment Mitchell-Lama Complex Returns 80 Unoccupied Homes to the Rent Rolls and Deepens Affordability.

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HPD and HDC Announce 655 Affordable Apartments to be Built in a New 100% Affordable Passive House Development in East Harlem

Existing gardens — Mission Garden, Chenchitas Garden, Villa Santurce Jardinera, and Villa Santurce — will collaborate with the development team to design their new spaces.

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Historic Hahne’s Department Store in Downtown Newark Reopens as Contemporary Residences and Exceptional Shopping & Dining Experience – Quotes

U.S. Senator Cory Booker: “I commend the local community, elected officials, including my Mayor, Ras Baraka, and business leaders for having the vision and perseverance to complete a project of such magnitude that will benefit the community for decades to come.”

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Historic Hahne’s Department Store in Downtown Newark Reopens as Contemporary Residences and Exceptional Shopping & Dining Experience

Renovated Building Features Newark’s First Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble, Restaurant from Chef Marcus Samuelsson, and Community Arts Space.

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L+M Development Partners Announces $185,000 in Grants to South Bronx Organizations

L+M’s Placed-Based Philanthropy Targets Communities with Existing or Slated Development, High Levels of Need.

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New Rutgers University Campus Bookstore Operated by Barnes & Noble College Opening at Hahne & Co. Development

First Bookstore to be Built in Downtown Newark in Decades.

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L+M Development Partners and TD Bank Close On $52.8 Million in Construction Financing for Mixed-Income Development in Alphabet City

New “80/20” Rental Building at Avenue D and East 6th Street Will Provide 22 Permanently Affordable Homes.

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