Delancey Street

Scaffolding Finally Deposed from the DL

Posted September 12, 2019 at 5:06 am

It’s trading one eyesore for another. The longstanding scaffolding attached to the facade of The DL on Delancey Street is finally gone. Workers deposed the iron appendages earlier this week. You’ll recall that in July 2016,  a chunk of exterior dislodged from 95 Delancey and tumbled to the sidewalk below. The structural collapse resulted in […]

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Disney Announces TV Adaptation of Marvel’s LES Hero ‘Moon Girl’

Posted August 26, 2019 at 5:03 am

Over the weekend at its D23 Conference, Disney announced the adaptation of a teenage Marvel superhero who protects the Lower East Side. Ordered by the Disney Channel cable network, and executive produced by Laurence Fishburne, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur follows the adventures of Lunella Lafayette (aka Moon Girl), a 13-year-old prodigy, and her ten-ton […]

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The Newest Tower in the Lower East Side Skyline Gets its Skin

Posted August 13, 2019 at 5:08 am

Simply put, Essex Crossing hogs headlines when it comes to progress of new developments along Delancey Street. And with good reason – there are six towers in varying degrees of completion. Now, another tower officially adds skin to the nascent skyline canyon. It is the development that essentially forced Moscot to move across the street […]

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‘Grand Delancey’ Craft Beer Hall Announced for the Market Line

Last modified July 24, 2019 at 7:35 am

Essex Crossing needs its booze, too. Grand Delancey, a craft beer hall with a derivative name, is the latest watering hole to litter the forthcoming Market Line. It’s purportedly pulling out all the stops; the press babble boasts “an unwavering commitment to procuring and purveying the best (and hardest-to-find) craft beers.” Settle down. The venture […]

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Taco Mix Opens Lower East Side Restaurant on Delancey Street

Posted July 22, 2019 at 5:08 am

Taco Mix just launched its newest city outpost. Headquartered on Delancey Street, the fast casual establishment is a year in the making, and began serving last week. Founded on 116th Street in 1991, Taco Mix is known for its al pastor tacos, and considered by many as one of the city’s best. The Spanish Harlem-based […]

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Last Low-Rise Retail Strip on Delancey Sells for $15M

Posted July 17, 2019 at 5:02 am

For more than four years, the single-story retail strip at the foot of the Williamsburg Bridge on Delancey Street has been on the market. Perennially pitched as a prime development opportunity. And now it’s finally changing hands. Public records show that the property is currently under contract, with a memorandum describing the terms. Ashkenazy Investments, […]

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He Said, She Said: A Two-City Concert Review of Operators

Posted July 16, 2019 at 5:09 am

Some musicians are serial frontmen. Count John Boeckner in that category. He currently fronts Operators, but is known for stints in both Wolf Parade and Handsome Furs. We caught Operators in both Boston and on the Bowery for our latest “He Said, She Said” segment. Show Location Elie: Bowery Ballroom, Lower East Side Holly: Great […]

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‘Inokim’ Rolls into LES with Delancey Street Scooter Store

Posted July 15, 2019 at 5:05 am

The recently upscaled retail strip at the base of the Williamsburg Bridge just welcomed its newest tenant. Electric scooter company Inokim planted two wheels in the space formerly occupied by Cricket Wireless. Under the moniker of “urban freedom,” the store at 164 Delancey Street is essentially a showroom pimping the various scooter models. It’s the […]

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‘Sour Mouse’ Bar and Game Room Coming to Delancey Street

Posted July 15, 2019 at 5:04 am

At the bottom of this Rainbow, not a pot of gold but a new rec room. Beneath the Delancey Street discount retailer, Rainbow, the proprietor of Black Cat LES is angling to open a hangout with plenty of bar sports. Keeping with the animal theme, Aaron Ho and Edward Wong will impart Sour Mouse, a […]

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Remembering the Olympic Restaurant on the Fifth Anniversary of its Closure

Posted July 3, 2019 at 5:00 am

Remember the Olympic? It’s like it was never even there. Now, the 26-story shit-brown skyscraper known as The Essex rules the spot with luxury rentals, the new Essex Market, and a Regal Cinema. However, this past Sunday was the anniversary of its closure. The Olympic Restaurant closed down exactly five years ago. Their departure in […]

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