The Rollins

145 Clinton Street, Manhattan, NY 10002

Property Type:

Affordable, Commercial, Market-Rate

Number of Units:


Property Size:

Approximately 231,686 SF

Completion Year:

January 2018


Beyer, Blinder, Belle


This 15-story building designed by Beyer, Blinder, Belle offers 211 rental apartments; a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedrooms, half of which are affordable units at a variety of income bands.  Amenities include communal terraces, a fitness room, yoga room, a children’s playroom, a dog wash room, bicycle storage and a resident’s lounge.  Commercial tenants include Trader Joe’s and Target.  The Rollins also features a 15,000 SF community park designed by West8 that includes a children’s play area.


2022 ULI Global Award for Excellence

Essex Crossing is recognized for representing the highest standards of achievement in the land use profession.

AIA 2021 Regional & Urban Design Awards

Essex Crossing is awarded for epitomizing the best in urban design, regional and city planning, and community development.

ULI Excellence in Mixed-Use Development

Essex Crossing Phase One is the winner of the 2019 Excellence Award for Best Mixed-Use Project.


Essex Crossing Update: 242 Broome is Sold Out, The Artisan Now 50% Leased

Sales and rentals continue to remain steady for the Lower East Side development.

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NYC’s Most Important Projects of the Past Decade

Essex Crossing makes the list in this ten-year development roundup.

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A Guide to Essex Crossing Development

The project on the Lower East Side is receiving praise for its mix of affordable housing and community amenities.

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Essex Crossing: One of New York’s Most Promising Developments

The mixed-use project is providing hundreds of affordable apartments, neighborhood perks and a new home for the Essex Market.

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Essex Crossing Park Dedicated to Lower East Side Families Displaced from Neighborhood 50 Years Ago

New park plaque honors the 2,000 families displaced between 1967 – 1973 and the continued efforts to helping these families return home.

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New 10,600-Square-Foot Mural Coming To Essex Crossing

The bright and colorful 220-foot-long mural will be at Grand and Clinton streets.

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Essex Crossing Successfully Blends Modernity, Tradition & Community

Essex Crossing is highlighted for aptly preserving the Lower East Side’s history while introducing new amenities to the community.

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Essex Market Makes its Official Debut

The grand opening included a ribbon-cutting ceremony and speeches from city officials.

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Essex Market Opens to the Public on Lower East Side

The new market is home to more than 35 vendors and is nearly three times the size of the original market.

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Regal Opens New 14-Screen Multiplex at Essex Crossing

The three-level theater at 129 Delancey St. features stadium seating, luxury recliners and an expanded concessions menu.

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Essex Crossing's First Phase Wins ULI Award

The Urban Land Institute New York honors the Lower East Side development team for excellence in mixed-use development.

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NYC’s 13 Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings of Spring 2019

The new Essex Street Market and Market Line are bringing big names to the Lower East Side.

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The Market Line Embracess Its Immigrant Past

By inviting local businesses, the Essex Crossing marketplace seeks to evoke the environment of the Lower East Side in the 19th century.

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Essex Crossing Development Knows Its Neighbors

Planners intentionally designed the project to compliment the Lower East Side neighborhood and culture.

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Essex Crossing is Ready for its Closeup

Phase one of the highly anticipated project, which will include a food hall and family entertainment, will soon be completed.

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Adda Hitmakers Are Bringing Everyday Indian Fare to New Essex Street Market

Dhamaka will be one of two full-service restaurants opening this summer on the Lower East Side.

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L+M’s Isaac Henderson is featured on the ULI New York Blog

Q & A with the Development Director of Essex Crossing, which is a 2019 ULI Awards Finalist for Excellence in Mixed-Use Development.

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How Essex Crossing Is Part of The New Lower East Side

The project was designed to harmonize with the existing community and bring central amenities to the neighborhood.

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Muralists Sought for Public Art at New Essex Street Market

A painting that embodies the market’s historical significance and the community’s culture will be installed.

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Commercial Real Estate Women New York’s Luncheon

L+M’s Bernadette Amarosa was a panelist for a discussion about the transformation of the Lower East Side and Essex Crossing.

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Essex Crossing’s Second Senior Housing Building Rises Halfway

The 100% affordable development will include 92 studio apartments.

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6 Crucial Ways New York City’s Landscape Will Change in 2019

Essex Crossing will have several major openings as Phase 1 nears completion.

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Essex Crossing Update

As 2018 draws to a close, here’s a look at what’s new.

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The Most Buzzworthy Designs of 2018

Essex Crossing makes the list of distinguished renderings.

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14-Screen Regal Movie Theater Opening Soon at Essex Crossing

The Lower East Side location will be the first multiplex to debut in this neighborhood.

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Market Line at Essex Crossing Adds Vendors Ahead of Opening

The Market Line will embody the character of the LES with more than 100 locally sourced retailers.

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Southeast Asian Market to Open at Essex Crossing

The Market Line will be home to the vendor’s first retail location.

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The Market Line Gains a Sake Bar

The team behind East Village Japanese hit Izakaya is coming to Essex Crossing.

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New Development is Rebuilding a Community Lost 50 Years Ago

The formerly vacant area, now Essex Crossing, is on track to become a vibrant mixed-income community.

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Work Expands Across Essex Crossing’s Multi-Block Scope

View a progress update on the Lower East Side development project.

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Essex Crossing’s Second Phase Comes into Focus

By the end of the year, the first phase of the Lower East Side project will be mostly completed.

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Essex Crossing Target is Now Open

Community leaders and employees attend the ribbon cutting event of the new store located at 145 Clinton St.

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The Rollins Jazzes Up Essex Crossing

The 16-story building will also feature a 220 foot-long mural to be painted by a local artist.

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New NYC Apartments Hitting the Market

The Rollins is featured in the Spring 2018 Curbed residential roundup.

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Essex Crossing: Leasing Launches at The Rollins

Designed by Beyer Binder Belle, the mixed-use building includes 211 residential units.

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Essex Crossing’s First Market-Rate Rentals Debut on the Lower East Side

Named for jazz icon Sonny Rollins, the building at 145 Clinton Street will also feature 107 affordable apartments, Trader Joe’s and a Target.

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

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

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Essex Crossing Building Named after Jazz Great Sonny Rollins

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

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Target to Open on the Lower East Side

Target announces plans to open a store in the Essex Crossing development on the Lower East Side.

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