Frances Goldin Senior Apartments

175 Delancey Street, Manhattan, NY 10002

Property Type:

Affordable, Commercial

Number of Units:


Property Size:

Approximately 177,448 SF

Completion Year:

December 2017


Dattner Architects

At the corner of Delancey Street and Clinton Street, Frances Goldin Senior Apartments is a 14-story building designed by Dattner Architects that features 99 affordable rental residences for seniors, as well as an expansive new NYU Langone Medical Center, multi-specialty physician’s offices and ground floor retail space.  Grand Street Settlement will operate the GrandLo, a workforce development and social enterprise café, and an inter-generational community center in the building.  The site also features rooftop gardens and has a focus on energy efficiency through the use of solar panels.


Essex Crossing Developers Seal First Permanent Loan With $17M in Financing

The loan was secured after the full lease-up of 175 Delancey Street, also known as the Frances Goldin Senior Apartments building.

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Social Enterprise Café Opens

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First Building at Essex Crossing Opens

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GrandLo Café Soft Opens at 178 Broome St.

The first commercial business at Essex Crossing opens and will serve as a workforce development and social enterprise café.

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Residents Settle In at Frances Goldin Senior Apartments at Essex Crossing

The 14-story building at 175 Delancey St. has been named after Frances Goldin, local activist. After officially opening earlier this year, senior residents are finally settling in to their new homes.

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Essex Crossing Reveals More Market Line Vendors

The Market Line, the 150,000-square foot subterranean underground food pavilion will open Summer 2018.

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Delancey Street Associates Opens First Building at Essex Crossing

First building to open at nine-site project dedicated to longtime LES activist Frances Goldin and will house six former Seward Park Urban Renewal Area tenants.

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Lower East Side Celebrates Grand Opening of the First Essex Crossing Building.