The 14-story office/condo building on Broome Street is expected to open in 2021
The farm will hawk fresh produce including carrots, radishes, and arugula
The Lower East Side building will have 84 studios for low-income seniors
The vendors at the nearly 80-year-old market will move to a new space in the Essex Crossing megaproject
The building at 180 Broome Street has topped out, and is expected to be completed in late 2020
Residents of the Essex will be in the same building as the revamped Essex Street Market
The 26-story rental is the tallest building within the nine-site megadevelopment.
The 30,000-square-foot store will open its doors on Friday.
The ICP is relocating to 242 Broome Street early next year.
Facade installation on the Handel Architects-designed building is almost complete.
The building is now home to some of the original tenants of the former Seward Park Urban Renewal Area who left 50 years ago.
The Broome Street tower will feature retail, office space, and 263 apartments.
There are 98 apartments now up for grabs at 115 Delancey
The jazz legend inspired the name of 145 Clinton Street
There are a total of 11 affordable condos up for grabs at 242 Broome Street.
The first few residents are moving into the senior housing building at 175 Delancey Street.
The 24-story building will host a Regal Cinemas as well as the Essex Street Market.
The Beyer Blinder Belle-designed building will bring 92 studios to the Lower East Side.
The building formerly known as site two, aka 115 Delancey Street, has now topped out.
The Center is in contract to purchase two commercial condos at 242 Broome Street.
Two new buildings, designed by Handel and CetraRuddy, are revealed in new renderings of the Lower East Side megaproject.
The building will stand 15-stories tall and feature 83 apartments. In addition, a major chunk of Essex Crossing’s Market Line, will be located in this building.
For one weekend, 10 artists will add huge murals to the former warehouse, soon to give way to housing for the Essex Crossing megaproject.
Overall, the Essex Crossing megaproject is comprised of nine sites spread out over six acres. The project is being developed by the Delancey Street Associates at a cost of $1 billion.
A total of 104 apartments are up for grabs at 145 Clinton Street, and come in a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments.
The Lower East Side megaproject will welcome its first residents in the fall, and a new website provides all the information they’d (theoretically) need.
The building at 175 Delancey Street will have 99 one-bedroom apartments earmarked exclusively for low-income seniors.
Among the first few buildings that will be complete as part of the Essex Crossing megaproject on the Lower East Side, 242 Broome Street is now just a day away from topping out.
The redevelopment of the former Seward Park Urban Renewal Area has been in the works for more than half a century, but it won’t be too long before residents will begin to call it home.
The long-vacant plot of land once known as SPURA is on its way to remaking the Lower East Side; this is its history.
The total number of affordable apartments will now go up from the existing 500 to 561, and the market-rate units will also increase slightly from 500 to 517.
The transformation of Essex Crossing is slowly but surely moving forward, and new renderings show what the Market Line, the new retail destination, will look like.
The museum has decided to end negotiations for a 70,000-square-foot space at the megaproject site and will explore other options in the Financial District and on the Upper West Side.