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Closure of Essex Street Subway Entrance Pushed Back

Last week, we took note of some makeshift signage indicating that the subway entrance on the southeast corner of Delancey Street and Essex Street would be closed for three months starting tomorrow (Feb. 27). The flimsy piece of paper...

Tips for Traveling in NYC with a Group (Sponsored)

Traveling as a group can be tricky, especially in one of the busiest and most compact cities in the United States. As you move throughout New York City, group members can get lost, the subway routes can become confusing,...

Cuomo Cancels Full L Train Shutdown; Last Minute Decision Met With Relief and Skepticism

Maybe you were dreading the prospect of 80 buses an hour barreling over the Williamsburg Bridge during rush hour.

New Delancey Street Bike Lanes Make Their Debut

Before the snow hit the city yesterday, elected officials rode across the Williamsburg Bridge, ending up on the Lower East Side to unveil new protected bike lanes on Delancey Street.

L Train Closure Set For April 27

The MTA and the city's Department of Transportation have announced that the L Train shutdown will begin on April 27.

Everything You Need to Know to Ride the NYC Ferry Lower East Side Route, Sponsored by Hornblower

NYC Ferry operated by Hornblower is excited to announce the launch of its Lower East Side Route this Wednesday, August 29th. The sixth NYC Ferry Route will connect Corlears Hook, Manhattan, and Stuyvesant Cove, Manhattan to hubs on 34th St., Long Island City, and Wall St./Pier 11, connecting millions of New Yorkers to new neighborhoods, growing job centers, housing and more.

Mayor Trumpets Launch of Lower East Side Ferry Route

Mayor de Blasio came to the Lower East Side this morning to herald the arrival of the sixth and final route in the city's new ferry system.

Temporary Closure of Suffolk Street between Delancey and Broome Streets – Public Notice (Sponsored)

Site 4 DSA Owner LLC, the developer of 180 Broome Street (Block 346, Lot 175) and Site 3 DSA Owner LLC, the developer of 202 Broome Street (Block 346, Lot 150), are applying for a temporary closure of the segment of Suffolk Street located between Delancey and Broome Streets in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan Community District 3.

Citi Bike Station Returns to Canal Street at Essex Street

Well, that was pretty quick. Last Thursday, Aug. 16, we noted that the Citi Bike station at Canal Street and Essex Street had been removed to accommodate roadway repairs. It's now back in position across from Seward Park, and...

Citi Bike Station at Canal and Rutgers Streets Removed

If you use the Citi Bike station at Canal and Rutgers streets (alongside Seward Park), you'll want to make alternative plans.
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May is Lower East Side History Month

Lower East Side History Month kicks off its 8th year of celebrating the diverse history of the LES with...
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