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–The developers of Essex Crossing have scored financing to pay down their $16.9 million construction loan at 175 Delancey St., a senior residential building. “The New York City Employees’ Retirement System is providing a $4.9 million loan, and Wells Fargo is making a $12.2 million Low Income Housing Tax Credit equity investment to cover the remaining balance.” [Commercial Observer]

–A look at Kiki Smith’s exhibition at the Museum at Eldridge Street. [Hyperallergic]

–Steve Cuozzo is kvetching about the “ear-splitting hell of New York dining” in a review of two new apps that measure restaurant noise. Downtown spots are the noisiest, according to one of the apps, with Lower East Side restaurants coming in with an average sound level of 81 decibels. [New York Post]

–The Public Theater unveils its 2018-2019 performance schedule, which includes appearances by Glenn Close and Jake Gyllenhaal, as well as a new play from Pulitzer Prize-winning author Suzan-Lori Parks. [New York Times]

–A profile of Brian Procell, whose Lower East Side vintage shop has “grown into an archive for fashion’s biggest designers.” [Fashionista]

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