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The Essex at 125 Delancey Street in Essex Crossing on the Lower East Side (credit: We Are Visuals/QuallsBenson) The Essex at 125 Delancey Street in Essex Crossing on the Lower East Side (credit: We Are Visuals/QuallsBenson)
At 26 stories high, The Essex is the tallest building in the new Essex Crossing mega-development, yet its design by Handel Architects presents a modern take on the tenements that once populated the Lower East Side. The building is currently offering 1 month free rent and 1 month OP on available units, which start at $4,980/month for one-beds, $6,420/month for two-beds, and $6,995/month for three-beds.
A model residence at The Essex A model residence at The Essex (credit: We Are Visuals/QuallsBenson)
Many of the residences look out on uninterrupted views of Manhattan, Queens, and Downtown Brooklyn through oversized, double-paned windows. Interiors feature 11' ceilings, white oak flooring, generous closet space, and in-unit washer/dryers. Kitchens are equipped with quartz countertops and sleek stainless steel appliances. Select units offer private outdoor space.
Rooftop outdoor terrace (credit: We Are Visuals/QuallsBenson)
The Lounge
Amenity space and game room
Residents of The Essex have private access to a unique collection of amenities including a quarter-acre urban farm operated by Project EATS. Additional outdoor offerings include a rooftop terrace and a garden terrace with grilling and dining areas. There is a social lounge with billiards and a fitness center with Peloton bikes. Private meeting rooms will be especially convenient to those who work from home.
Market-Line-01 The Market Line via Delancey Street Associates
Essex-Market-01 Essex Market via Delancey Street Associates
But for all the building's lavish residential amenities, its most highly coveted perk may be its address in the heart of Essex Crossing's new offices, parks, retail, entertainment, and culture. The Essex alone houses a 14-screen Regal Cinemas, a section of the expansive, bazaar-like The Market Line, and the new home of Essex Market.
The Rollins at 145 Clinton Street (Image:
The offer comes at a still-busy time for Essex Crossing. Earlier this spring, an affordable lottery took place for apartments from $562/month at The Artisan; a leasing launch is on the horizon for its market-rate apartments, said to range from $3,000/month to over $8,000/month. Down the street, a small handful of availabilities at The Rollins, many with private terraces, ranges from $3,495/month for a studio to $5,769/month for a two-bedroom; this building is also home to Target and the East Coast's largest Trader Joe's. On the condo front, an offering plan is under review for One Essex Crossing, where occupancy is estimated for early 2021.
Contact the leasing team for The Essex here.
The Essex was designed by Handel Architects

The Essex Leasing

The Essex Leasing
125 Delancey Street
New York, NY 10002
(646) 933-XXXX