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JDS’ Proposed 1,000-Foot LES Tower Halted Due to Ongoing Lawsuit

Posted July 7, 2016 at 5:10 am

In one swift move, the city last month halted what could become the tallest building on the Lower East Side. JDS Development and SHoP Architects cannot proceed with their proposed 1,000-foot residential tower down on the waterfront until an ongoing lawsuit involving the old Pathmark Pharmacy site is settled. Department of City Planning reportedly penned […]

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Get Ready for Another Supertall Tower Beside Extell on the LES Waterfront

Last modified January 18, 2017 at 11:43 pm

The old Pathmark site down on the waterfront is becoming a heated zone of gold rush activity. It’s not just the 80-story Extell tower rising here, but the drama surrounding the adjacent “pharmacy” lot. The Little Cherry might mature, after all. Roy Schoenberg (pka Little Cherry LLC) previously partnered with Two Bridges Neighborhood Council and […]

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About that 47-Story Tower Down by Extell on the Waterfront

Last modified January 18, 2017 at 11:46 pm

​Drama down on the Lower East Side waterfront. While Extell’s 80-story market-rate phallus (aka One Manhattan Square) ascends to sights unseen, the neighboring Pathmark Pharmacy site remains in contention for another potential tower. Despite the ongoing litigation. Roy Schoenberg (pka Little Cherry LLC) previously partnered with Two Bridges Neighborhood Council and Settlement Housing Fund to construct […]

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Developer Sues City for $50M Over Pathmark Pharmacy Site on Cherry Street

Last modified January 18, 2017 at 11:59 pm

We’re drowning in riverside drama. While Extell Development Company clanks away at its monstrous two-tower development at 250 South Street, the adjacent property on the eastern flank is going through its own growing pains. The current lessee of the city-owned parcels comprising 235-247 Cherry Street – formerly the Pathmark Pharmacy – is now suing the Housing […]

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