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Rental Building News and Offers

The Artisan rendering via Moso Studio The Artisan rendering via Moso Studio
In the years leading up to Essex Crossing’s construction, developer Delancey Street Associates touted the new housing, office space, dining, and retail the mega-development would bring to the Lower East Side. At 180 Broome Street, a 26-story building dubbed The Artisan would seem to encapsulate that under one roof: A soaring tower houses 263 apartments spread over 19 stories, and a five-story podium features Class A office space and ground-floor access to The Market Line, a massive new food hall.

An affordable lottery for 121 units took place shortly before New York shut down. More recently, construction is winding down on a design by Handel Architects, which was inspired by the nearby Williamsburg Bridge, and leasing has launched on market-rate units.
Availabilities start at $2,188/month for studios, $3,313/month for one-beds, $4,854/month for two-beds, and $6,288/month for three-beds. According to CityRealty listings, this puts the building roughly in line with the Lower East Side median prices, which range from $2,291/month for studios to $4,100/month for three-beds.
 
 
 
 
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A series of model units was recently unveiled to show the apartments’ airy atmosphere, open space, and incredible natural light. All units feature interiors by Fabienne Benmoha, floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak floors, and in-unit washer/dryers. The kitchens come outfitted with stainless steel appliances, including panel dishwashers and Bertazzoni drop-in cooktops and ranges, full-height stone countertops and backsplashes. Residential amenities include an attended lobby with green wall, a mail and package room, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, a lounge with original mural by Logan Hicks, and a landscaped rooftop patio and skydeck with outdoor grills and sweeping views of Midtown and Lower Manhattan.
180-Broome-Street-03 Lounge via Delancey Street Associates
However, The Artisan’s address in Essex Crossing may be the most in-demand offering. The building is a stone’s throw away from offerings such as Broome Street Gardens, the International Center of Photography, Essex Market, a new Target, and the largest Trader Joe’s on the Eastern seaboard.

There is no word on when the Regal Cinemas in The Essex will be allowed to reopen, but The Gutter L.E.S., a new bowling alley, has reopened with new safety protocols. Additionally, The Market Line has introduced the Mini Market, which offers retail sales and a rotation of hot food vendors made to order. It is also close to other Lower East Side dining, nightlife, services, and the Delancey Street-Essex Street F/M/J/Z stop.
180-Broome-Street-04 The Artisan circa October 2020 via CityRealty

Taconic Management Company

Taconic Management Company
The Artisan Leasing
145 Delancey Street
New York, NY 10011
(646) 603-XXXX
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