Two Bridges Teams Up With Developer For Project Alongside Extell Tower

Gary Barnett Meets the Locals, Details Plans at Former Pathmark Site

Breaking: Water Main Rupture Floods Extell’s LES Development Site

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It’s a big mess at the former Pathmark site on South Street, where Extell Development is preparing to build a 68-story luxury tower. Earlier today, a water main burst, flooding the parcel, which is also bordered by Pike Street and Cherry Street.

Extell Reveals Plans For 205-Unit Affordable Tower on Former Pathmark Site

Here’s What’s Left of the Cherry Street Pathmark

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A short time ago, we stopped by the site of the former Pathmark store on Cherry Street to see what remains. The answer? Not much. In the months ahead, Extell Development will be building a 68-story residential tower here. You can read our previous coverage for the scant details publicly revealed so far.

Photos: Cherry Street Pathmark Demolition

Photo by Dave Bolotsky.

Photo by Dave Bolotsky.

We have been watching the demolition of the former Cherry Street Pathmark building, ahead of Extell Development’s massive 68-story residential project on the Two Bridges site.  Our friend Dave Bolotsky sent along this photo showing the view from above.

Photos: Demolition of the Cherry Street Pathmark Store

Photos by Trever Holland.

Photos by Trever Holland.

We’ve been keeping an eye on the dismantling of the Cherry Street Pathmark store, the future site of a 68-story tower from Extell Development.  So have local residents.

Extell Plan on Cherry Street Includes Affordable Housing, Lots of Amenities

Extell Begins Demolition of Cherry Street Pathmark Building

Extell Files Documents For 68-Story Tower on Pathmark Site

Extell Reps Meet Local Tenants, Community Board Appearance Delayed

Community Board 3 Invites Extell to Detail Plans For Pathmark Site in April

Two Bridges Grocery Guide Released; Extell Tower Could Rise Above 70 Stories

As plans for the former Pathmark site on Cherry Street begin to take shape, a local non-profit is encouraging residents to buy their groceries at small-scale stores throughout the Lower East Side.

Extell Files For Demolition of Former Cherry Street Pathmark Store

Former Pathmark site, 227 Cherry St.

Former Pathmark site, 227 Cherry St.

A few weeks ago we noted that demolition was imminent at at the former Pathmark site on Cherry Street.  Now, almost a year after the large supermarket in the Two Bridges area closed, paperwork has been filed to take down the one-story building.  Extell Development Corp., which is planning a very large residential tower (with ground floor grocery), has filed a full demolition request with the Department of Buildings.  No word yet on Extell’s specific blueprint for the site alongside the Manhattan Bridge.

Demolition Scheduled to Begin at Extell’s Pathmark Site Soon

It’s been almost a year since the Pathmark store at 227 Cherry St. closed to make way for a massive new residential tower from Gary Barnett’s Extell Development Company.  Extell has not disclosed specific plans for the site, but pre-construction work is apparently getting underway sometime soon.