Delancey Street

Are Days Numbered for The DL Nightclub on Delancey Street?

Last modified October 6, 2017 at 10:19 am

Looks like The DL – that five-year-old scourge of the Lower East Side – might be on some shaky ground. And on the defensive. Its liquor license is in a state of purgatory, having (technically) expired on September 30. Pending charges against the owners have temporarily blocked the renewal efforts. The club remains operational, though, […]

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Murray Hill’s ‘Best Wingers’ Expands with Delancey Street Outpost

Posted October 5, 2017 at 5:10 am

Best Wingers, the twenty-two-year-old Murray Hill institution, is coming to the Lower East Side. Its principals just signed a lease for 174 Delancey Street, in the shadows of the Williamsburg Bridge. It’s a ten-year deal for the 1,000 square-foot space, and includes the basement. The chicken wings business chose 174 Delancey Street to better serve […]

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Here’s What the Second Phase of Essex Crossing Looks Like [PHOTOS]

Posted September 29, 2017 at 5:11 am

Two years into the Essex Crossing mega-project, there are now four new buildings piercing the Lower East Side skyline. And as this initial push inches toward completion, we now have a definitive look at phase two. Developer consortium Delancey Street Associates released renderings yesterday (via Curbed) for the two developments set to rise at Sites […]

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Delancey Street McDonald’s Undergoes Major Gut Renovation

Posted September 26, 2017 at 5:02 am

That morning Egg McMuffin and coffee will need to wait. The Delancey Street McDonald’s at the corner of Essex is currently out of commission. The restaurant, sometimes a bastion of late-night violence, is currently undergoing massive gut renovation. Contractors armed with jackhammers are tearing the joint apart. What you remember of the place is no […]

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Rumor: Hell Square Operator Paul Seres Seeks ‘Night Mayor’ Position

Posted September 25, 2017 at 5:08 am

Mayor de Blasio last Tuesday evening signed the bill into law that creates the controversial Office of Nightlife, a bureau charged with helping the city’s nightlife industry grow while managing various community concerns. “The office will be led — I’m not going to announce any names yet, there is a massive competition going in — […]

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In Move from Midtown, ‘Ierimonti Gallery’ Readies 55 Delancey Showroom

Posted September 20, 2017 at 5:02 am

After Brennan & Griffin Gallery relocated to Norfolk Street last year, its former headquarters on Delancey Street remained vacant. The only action during its year-long dormancy was when Petee’s Pie used the space for its busy Thanksgiving rush last November. But now, more of the same is on the way. An art gallery from midtown […]

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‘Happy Wok’ on Endangered List as its Delancey Street Space Hits the Market for $13K

Posted August 22, 2017 at 5:12 am

For a stretch of retail on borrowed time, 156-164 Delancey Street sure stays fresh with commercial turnover. Indeed, within the last eighteen months, a dollar pizza joint and Coco bubble tea dispensary signed leases. Not to mention, Boost Mobile and Cricket Wireless. However, one of the stalwarts on this low-rise block might soon fade into […]

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Did you See the Silver ‘Spaceship’ Cruising Down Delancey Street Last Weekend?

Posted August 17, 2017 at 5:11 am

If you happened to be crossing Delancey Street on Sunday afternoon, you may have spotted the so-called “Spaceship Tank” driving eastward over the Williamsburg Bridge. You may have also whispered to yourself, “what the fuck was that.” Now we know. Apparently, a Brooklyn man named Charles Walters constructed the extraterrestrial transport by encasing a Chevrolet […]

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Bowery Ballroom and Mercury Lounge No Longer Bowery Presents Venues; Live Nation Rumored to Take Over

Posted August 3, 2017 at 5:09 am

It’s a breakup that many in the industry saw coming. Bowery Presents, mere months after being gobbled up by AEG Live, parted ways with its two marquee Lower East Side venues – Bowery Ballroom and Mercury Lounge. For two decades, these two rock clubs were synonymous with the Bowery Presents empire. Not anymore, as Brooklyn […]

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Cops Nab Perp After 3 Failed Bank Robbery Attempts on the Lower East Side

Last modified July 20, 2017 at 7:16 am

The twenty-two-year-old perpetrator behind a trio of unsuccessful Lower East Side robbery attempts was nabbed yesterday, police said. His name is Richard Callison of Oradell, NJ.  The man, who donned a fisherman hat and sunglasses, first hit the Bank of America at Delancey and Ludlow Streets on Tuesday afternoon. He allegedly passed a note demanding […]

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