Harlem Genesis

Multiple Addresses

Property Type:

Commercial, Mixed-Income

Number of Units:

86

Property Size:

93,732 SF

Architect(s):

GF55 and Frederic Schwartz

The Harlem Genesis development consists of three separate building sites in West Harlem. Acquired through the NYC Housing & Preservation Department (HPD) Cornerstone Program, these sites include 86 mixed-income rental units and approximately 3,450 square feet of community facility space at 119th Street and 2,900 of commercial space at Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Harlem Genesis opened for occupancy in the summer of 2010.

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Multi Family Executive Award - Project of the Year: Senior Affordable

Frances Goldin Senior Apartments wins 2018 MFE Project of the Year: Senior Affordable.


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Multi Family Executive Award – Project of the Year: Senior Affordable

Frances Goldin Senior Apartments at Essex Crossing wins 2018 MFE Project of the Year: Senior Affordable.

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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.

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A Homecoming 50 Years in the Making

Fourteen families with ties to the neighborhood dating to 1967 will be moving back. Others may come as the remaining 769 apartments are completed at Essex Crossing.

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