A couple of renderings showing the second phase of Essex Crossing have just been released.
The first phase, including four buildings in the old Seward Park Urban Renewal Area, is nearing completion. Now Delancey Street Associates, the development consortium, is offering the first look at buildings coming to sites 3 and 4.
That’s site 4 on the left side of the image posted above. The 25-story building at 180 Broome St. was designed by Handel Architects. It’s located between Suffolk and Clinton streets and will include a 50/50 mix of market rate and affordable rental apartments.
In the middle is site 3, 202, Broome St., a 14-story building that will house 83 market rate condos. It was designed by CetraRuddy Architects.
Here’s a view from Broome Street. In the foreground, you see a 15,000 square foot publicly accessible park that’s part of phase one. The subterranean levels of sites 2, 3 and 4 include the Market Line, a large food and retail pavilion. The buildings will also include 400,000 square feet of office space.
Essex Crossing will include 1,078 residential units, 52% affordable to low- and middle-income families. There’s also 450,000 square feet of retail, including a new home for the Essex Street Market.
The renderings were first published this morning by Curbed.