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Essex Crossing via Moso Studio Essex Crossing via Moso Studio
Lower East Side mega-development Essex Crossing has generated excitement seemingly from the time it was announced, and it hit an important milestone earlier this summer: Closings commenced at 242 Broome Street, the first condominium on the site, came in at an average of $1,937 per square foot, above the neighborhood average (CityRealty data). However, developer Delancey Street Associates isn't resting on its laurels. On the contrary, work is heating up throughout the rest of the development. Let's check out progress on the retail, housing, office, and public outdoor space on the way to Lower Manhattan.
Essex Crossing map via Delancey Street Associates
Design by Handel Architects
Retail and residential | 195 units, 25 floors
Completion fall 2018
115-Delancey-Street 115 Delancey Street via CityRealty and Handel Architects
It’s no wonder an affordable lottery for the tallest building in Essex Crossing generated considerable excitement earlier this winter – it will house the Essex Street Market, the first stage of The Market Line, a 14-screen Regal Cinemas theater, and a rooftop urban farm. Residential amenities will include a fitness center, yoga room, lounge, and communal terrace. Construction on "the gateway to Essex Crossing" is nearly finished – watch this space for a leasing launch!
Design by CetraRuddy
Retail, office, and residential | 83 units, 15 floors
Completion 2021
202-Broome-Street 202 Broome Street rendering (center) via Moso Studio
202-Broome-Street 202 Broome Street rendering via Delancey Street Associates
202-Broome-Street Construction progress via CityRealty
202 Broome Street is only one floor out of the ground, but plans indicate great excitement for the second condominium in the complex. A portion of The Market Line will be housed in the building’s lower level, and there will be 16,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. The second through fifth floors will be home to 75,000 square feet of office space where workers will enjoy high ceilings, bike rooms with showers, and expansive views in all directions. Residential amenities aren’t too shabby either – they include a fitness center, lounge, and terrace.
Design by Handel Architects
Retail, office and residential | 263 units, 25 floors
Completion 2021
180-Broome-Street Rendering of 180 Broome Street via Handel Architects
180-Broome-Street Rendering via Handel Architects
180-Broome-Street Plaza rendering via Handel Architects
180-Broome-Street Construction progress via CityRealty
Excavation work has just begun at 180 Broome Street, but all the promise of Essex Crossing is set to converge in this building inspired by the nearby Williamsburg Bridge: The Market Line is belowground; the ground floor is reserved for retail; floors two through five will have 175,000 square feet of office space; and there will be rental apartments all the way up. Nearly half of the apartments will be affordable, and all residents will have access to a full floor of amenities. All visitors will be greeted by a landscaped public garden.
Design by Beyer Blinder Belle
Retail and residential | 92 units, 8 floors
Completion 2021
140-Essex-Street Rendering of 140 Essex Street via Delancey Street Associates
At 140 Essex Street, the existing low-rise is being demolished to make way for a beautiful new brick building that will have fully-affordable senior housing. Amenities will include a fitness center, library, laundry room, bike room, storage, and roof terrace. There is also 9,645 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
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