Who Owns the Block: Essex Crossing Comes On Line

Crain's New York Business - January 22, 2018

Nine-building development caps decades of change on Lower East Side.

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Essex Crossing Developers Close on $30M LES Site for 26-Story Tower

Commercial Observer - January 09, 2018

The proposed mixed-use building will comprise 175,000 square feet of office space, 263 rental apartments (121 affordable) and 27,000 square feet of retail space, including a section of the Market Line.

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New Look at Essex Crossing Tower Designed by Handel Architects

Curbed - January 03, 2018

Delancey Street Associates to proceed with the 26-story tower at 180 Broome Street.

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A First Look at Essex Crossing’s Trader Joe’s Grocery

Bowery Boogie - January 03, 2018

New photos of the Trader Joe’s grocery location at The Rollins on the Lower East Side.

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Developers File for Pedestrian Tunnels Connecting 3 Essex Crossing Buildings

Bowery Boogie - January 03, 2018

If approved, the tunnels will connect 115 Delancey (Site 2) to 202 Broome Street (Site 3) and 202 Broome to 180 Broome (Site 4).

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23 Park Row Begins to Rise Above Street Level, Financial District

New York YIMBY - December 27, 2017

Designed by COOKFOX, the planned retail component includes 52,000 square-feet of commercial space spanning the first four floors.

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Essex Crossing’s Next Affordable Housing Lottery Launches

Curbed - December 13, 2017

The 98 mixed-income apartments are located at 115 Delancey Street.

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Essex Crossing Building Named after Jazz Great Sonny Rollins

New York Times - December 12, 2017

The 15-story, mixed-use building at 145 Clinton Street will be named after the jazz saxophonist.

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Essex Crossing’s Affordable Condos Are Up for Grabs from $225K

Curbed - December 04, 2017

The housing lottery has launched for the affordable condos at 242 Broome Street.

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Exclusive: L+M Development Announces Coworking Tenant at Hahne & Co. - November 29, 2017

The New Orleans coworking business is the newest tenant at the historic Newark building.

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