Essex Crossing Condo Development at Site 1 is Officially Above Ground

Posted on: October 12th, 2016 at 5:12 am by
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The new condo development at Essex Crossing Site 1 officially crossed the threshold a few days ago. Steel skeleton is now visible after an initial ascent of roughly three stories.

Condo sales at 242 Broome Street, meanwhile, commenced at the end of September, with prices ranging from $1.275 million to over $7 million for the fifty-five units. Twenty percent of these apartments are supposed to be earmarked as “affordable.” And to help peddle the inventory, developer Delancey Street Associates installed a sales office on Orchard Street in the former Mark Miller Gallery.

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As reported, the fourteen-story mixed-use tower is the only condo building during this first phase of construction. It’s designed by SHoP Architects, with DXA Studio handling the interiors. Splitsville Lanes, a luxury bowling alley, is confirmed for the basement space; the search is still ongoing, however, for a cultural institution after the Andy Warhol Museum backed out of the project over a year ago.

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Site 1 of Essex Crossing

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