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Essex Crossing

Affordable Housing Lottery Opens For Essex Crossing’s 140 Essex St.

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.

Info Session Scheduled as Next Essex Crossing Affordable Housing Lottery Looms

In the very near future, another affordable housing lottery will open for Essex Crossing. The city and Delancey Street Associates, which is developing the Lower East Side mega-project, are poised to open applications for 92 senior apartments at 140 Essex St.

Essex Crossing Tower at 180 Broome St. Tops Off at 26 Stories

Another building at Essex Crossing has been "topped off." Delancey Street Associates, the developers of the mega-project in the former Seward Park Urban Renewal Area, announced yesterday

Regal Opens New 14-Screen Multiplex at Essex Crossing

In case you missed the weekend social media buzz, the Lower East Side's new 14-screen multiplex is now open for business. The Regal Essex Crossing made its debut on Saturday at 129 Delancey St. We checked it out on Saturday...

Impressive Views and Pierogi Lure Tenants to Essex Crossing’s Flagship Building

One of the best places to see the current state of Essex Crossing is from high above the Lower East Side. This view, from the 26th floor rooftop terrace of 125 Delancey St., is also a main selling point...

Subway Stairwell on Essex Street to Close For Three Months

Beginning next week, you won't be able to use the stairs leading to and from the subway station on the southeast side of Delancey Street for three months. According to the notice posted recently by T.G. Nickel, the stairs will...

Essex Crossing Update: New Nonprofit Tenants, Movie Theater Delayed

As 2018 draws to a close, here's a look at what's new at Essex Crossing. It's not all about Target and Trader Joe's, you know.

Sake Bar, Southeast Asian Market Coming to the Market Line

More vendors announced for the Market Line, the underground food, retail and art complex coming to Essex Crossing next year.

Community Event Seeks to “Knit Together Old and New” on Former SPURA Site

A new Trader Joe's, Target and hundreds of new apartments (some luxury, some below-market rate) are the most obvious signs that the Lower East Side is undergoing dramatic change. But two community organizations are about to remind  us that...

Trader Joe’s, 7:15 a.m.

No line outside the new Trader Joe's on Grand Street yet! The 30,000 square foot store in the basement of the Essex Crossing building known as "The Rollins" opens this morning at 8 o'clock. We'll be checking back later...
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Smoky Sunrise Over the East River

Michael Kramer sent this photo of the red sun rising through the smoke over the East River this morning....
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