Mount Sinai Health System has filed plans with the state to close and relocate Beth Israel Hospital and to open a behavioral health center in the former Rivington House nursing home building on the Lower East Side.
The affordable housing lottery for the next Essex Crossing building just got underway. Seniors (62+) may now apply for 84 low-income studio apartments at 140 Essex St.
A new grocery, Metro Acres Market, will be replacing the Fine Fare at 175 Clinton St. The space, located between East Broadway and Grand Street, is owned by the Seward Park Cooperative.
After a weekend in soft open mode, the new Essex Street Market makes its official debut this morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony and...
It was a day of high emotions on the Lower East Side Sunday, as longtime customers and vendors said goodbye to the old Essex Street Market building at 120 Essex St. The 1940 structure once described as "unlovely" by the New York Times, is now shuttered
Another large-format chain store is about to open on the Lower East Side.
The 1912 Jarmulowsky Bank Building has been covered in scaffolding and shrouded in secrecy for several years.
By the fall, the first phase of the Essex Crossing project in the former Seward Park Urban Renewal Area (SPURA) will be mostly completed.
Members of the Children's Magical Garden are celebrating a victory in their long legal battle with the owner of an adjacent Norfolk Street parcel.
As we first reported last week, local residents and elected officials will be gathering this morning to protest the city's handling of the Two Bridges environmental review process.
Last week we posted a report from the Essex Street Vendor Association that showed a surprising lack of knowledge about the looming move of the market to an expanded facility on the south side of Delancey Street.
If you have walked by the intersection of Delancey and Clinton streets in the past few days, you probably noticed signage for NYU Langone's new medical facility at Essex Crossing. It's not accepting patients just yet, but you can expect a partial opening in the next few weeks.
There's finally a referendum date at the Seward Park Cooperative for the potential sale of air rights to a team developing the former Bialystoker Nursing Home site on East Broadway.
The Department of Buildings yesterday debuted a new interactive map showing New York City's 270 miles of sidewalk sheds in real time.
In the Post on Sunday, there was a piece from Steve Cuozzo that carried the headline, "The world's hottest shopping city is becoming a ghost town."