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This Week at Essex Crossing

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Lower East Side resident Kami Scott has more photos shot from above Essex Crossing sites 5 and 6 today. As you may know, the development team puts out a weekly email detailing the activity on each of the four active construction sites.

LES BID Becomes Lower East Side Partnership

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At its recent annual meeting, the board of directors of the Lower East Side Business Improvement District approved a name change. The 24-year-old not-for-profit organization is now known as the Lower East Side Partnership (a new website is in development).

New Arrivals: Vapeya, The Hunt, Anthom, Killion, Koneko Cat Cafe

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Here's a look at some new businesses on the Lower East Side, featured in our October 2015 print magazine.

Lower Orchard Street Hosts Fall Block Party This Sunday

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Although the Hester Street Fair is closed this Saturday, you can still soak up the beautiful fall sunshine out and about in the neighborhood...

Small Business Survival: Tenants & Landlords Sound Off on Rent Escalation

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Editor's note: This is Part 1 of an eight part series on Small Business Survival, the centerpiece of a yearlong reporting project partially funded...

BD Hotels, Whole Foods, Astor Wines Tops in Hiring Through LES Network

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Which companies working with Lower East Side community organizations are hiring the most local employees? That question was answered last night during an annual...

Is This an Essex Crossing Rendering? No, It’s Not

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On Friday, you may have seen this rendering, purportedly of a new 12-story residential and retail project as part of Essex Crossing. 6sqft called it a "first look" at the building that will one day replace the Essex Street Market, after vendors move across Delancey Street into a new facility.

Opinion | Federal Resources Are Available For Small Business

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Editor's note: The Lo-Down is preparing for a year long reporting project around small business survival on the Lower East Side. Recently we heard...

There’s One Day Left to Pledge Your Support For Our Small Business Survival Campaign

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Our campaign isn’t over just yet. We have until 11:00 p.m. TONIGHT to continue raising funds for this important coverage. While we’ve met our initial funding objective, additional support will not only facilitate more in-depth reporting but it will send a strong message that saving small business is a top priority on the Lower East Side. Keep spreading the word - no contribution is too small!

Mayor Signs Legislation Revising District Plan For Lower East Side BID

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Mayor de Blasio yesterday signed into law a new district plan for the Lower East Side Business District (BID). It includes a new formula...

7 Days and Counting – TLD’s Small Business Survival Campaign!

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We're entering the final 7 days of our crowdfunding campaign for a yearlong reporting project on small business survival. Thanks to many generous backers,...

We Need Your Help: Support Our Small Business Survival Campaign Today!

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We're launching a yearlong reporting project focused on Small Business Survival on the Lower East Side. Please support our crowdfunding campaign today to make...

Can Small, Independent Businesses Survive in an Increasingly Corporate World?

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It’s an issue gaining momentum throughout New York City. On the Lower East Side, one of the city’s last authentic neighborhoods, the question is particuarly resonant.

Zarin Fabrics Joins Our Small Business Survival Campaign as Community Partner

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We can't say it too many times. Thank you to everyone who has helped support our Small Business Survival Campaign in the first week. We...

Support Our Small Business Campaign + Get Your Hands on Some Awesome Rewards!

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We want to take a moment this morning to update you on the progress of our Small Business Survival Campaign. It's our crowdfunding effort...

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