Essex Market is Still Open for Business

Posted on: March 20th, 2020 at 5:03 am by

Not even Essex Crossing is immune to the impact of COVID-19 spreading like wildfire throughout the city. Its marquee tenants are in various stages of flux.

The Essex Market is open for the time being, albeit with limited hours of 8am to 8pm. Grocery vendors are open (at each vendor’s discretion), but prepared food vendors are only doing delivery and take-out. Mezzanine and bar seating areas are closed.

The Market Line is closed for now, though some vendors will continue to operate delivery services. Best to call ahead.

Here’s a list of what’s what:

TARGET – Open for business.
TRADER JOE’S – Open for business.
REGAL CINEMAS – Temporarily closed.
INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY – Temporarily closed.
NYU LANGONE – Open. Please contact your healthcare provider.
SPECTRUM – Open for business.
HILLTOP BICYCLES – Open for business.
WELLS FARGO – Open for business.
GRANDLO CAFE – Temporarily closed.
GRAND STREET SETTLEMENT – Temporarily closed.
HENRY STREET SETTLEMENT WORKFORCE CENTER – Temporarily closed.
ESSEX CROSSING MANAGEMENT OFFICE – Temporarily closed.

For more information, head here.

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