Videos

L+M Development and the Community

Watch some highlights of L+M and our projects.


April 2018

Groundbreaking Ceremony Held at Newark’s Historic 540 Broad Street Building

540 Broad Street

The renovation will bring mixed-income housing and more than 80,000 square feet of Class A office and retail space to the landmark 21-story building.

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January 2018

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

Essex Crossing, Frances Goldin Senior Apartments, Videos

When completed, the project will include more than 500 affordable apartments.

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November 2017

Architect of Express Newark, Rutgers University’s Arts Incubator, Named 2017 Recipient of AIA 2017 Social Impact Award

Hahne's

Located in the historic Hahne’s building, KSS Architects wins for architectural excellence in design.

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November 2017

L+M in the Community

Marcus Garvey Apartments, Navy Green, Story Avenue East & West, Triborough Portfolio

L+M Development Partners is a double bottom line company, where its success is measured not only in financial returns but also by the positive impact it makes. Watch the video to learn more.

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October 2017

Bronxchester Houses – L+M Development Partners

Triborough Portfolio

When L+M acquired Bronxchester Houses in 2014, no modernization had occurred since 1978. During extensive renovations to all apartments and facilities, L+M was able to hire from the local workforce, bring additional services to the community, while preserving affordability in perpetuity for all residents.

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July 2017

Georgia King Village’s Children’s Library Opens to Residents

Georgia King Village

On June 22, 2017, L+M Development celebrated the opening of the children’s library at Georgia King Village in Newark, New Jersey.

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June 2017

Essex Street Market to Open in 2018

Essex Crossing

NY1 goes onsite at Essex Market, currently under construction, on the Lower East Side.

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May 2017

This is Essex Crossing.

Essex Crossing

The 1.9 million square-feet urban renewal development will transform the Lower East Side.

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December 2016

The Market Line at Essex Crossing

Essex Crossing

The reimagined Essex Street Market will span three city blocks, house 150 local food vendors and new food hall, the Market Line.

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