Delancey Street

Report: Lower East Side is One of the City’s Fastest Developing Neighborhoods

Posted October 30, 2018 at 5:04 am

It’s boom time for New York City. In the next two years, approximately 31,000 new apartment units are expected to hit the pipeline. More than half will be concentrated in neighborhoods across Brooklyn and Queens, according to data compiled by aggregator Localize.city. The recent report lists the city’s ten fastest developing neighborhoods ranked by number of […]

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Delancey McDonald’s Thief Returns to Scene of the Crime, Gets Arrested

Posted October 25, 2018 at 5:03 am

Talk about returning to the scene of a crime… Cops didn’t need to look too far for the suspect wanted in connection with the robbery of McDonald’s on Delancey Street this past Monday. Sources tell us that the man was caught in front of the fast food joint yesterday evening. A tipster reportedly called 911 […]

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Police Seek Suspect in Connection with McDonald’s Robbery on Delancey Street

Posted October 24, 2018 at 5:00 am

Corporate can gussy it up all they like, but the remodeling of McDonald’s on Delancey Street is akin to the proverbial lipstick on a pig. Indeed, the fast food joint remains a magnet for crime. It’s just in the storefront DNA. The McDonald’s fell victim to a robbery Monday night. According to police, the thief […]

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Goa Taco Departs LES; Delancey Locale will ‘Rise’ as Coffee Shop

Last modified October 17, 2018 at 10:38 am

Goa Taco is no longer operational. Indeed, both the Lower East Side lunch spot and the Greenwich Village annex are both closed for good. The original location at 79 Delancey Street is now shuttered with brown paper in the windows. “We decided it makes more sense to close the Delancey Street location after Smorgasburg ended […]

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Woman Mugged at Gunpoint on Clinton Street

Posted October 5, 2018 at 5:00 am

Police are on the hunt for a suspect in connection with a gunpoint robbery at the northwest corner of Clinton and Delancey Streets early yesterday morning. Shortly after 1:00am, an unidentified female was approached by an Hispanic male, who allegedly assaulted then robbed her at gunpoint. The perp clocked the victim on the left side […]

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NYPD Special Ops Saves Would-Be Jumper from Williamsburg Bridge

Posted October 1, 2018 at 5:08 am

Late-morning yesterday, a distraught man scaled the suspension cable on the city-bound side of the Williamsburg Bridge. The would-be jumper was perched high above the East River, and saved by officers from the NYPD Special Ops unit. Literally talked down from the ledge after over an hour. According to police, detectives climbed up, shimmied across […]

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The Henry Street Settlement is the Latest Nonprofit to Join Essex Crossing

Posted September 27, 2018 at 5:04 am

More service-oriented outposts are headed to Essex Crossing. The Henry Street Settlement is the latest to set up shop, moving its Workforce Development Center from above the Delancey Street McDonald’s to the Frances Goldin Senior Apartments at Site 6 (a nod to the longtime Lower East Side housing advocate). If you’ll recall, this is the […]

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Outside the Tenement Museum, 14 Arrested Protesting Trump’s Immigration Policy

Posted September 25, 2018 at 5:05 am

The New York Immigrant Coalition organized a mass protest yesterday evening in response to President Trump’s immigration policies. Specifically, proposed changes (announced Saturday) to the so-called “Public Charge” rule, which could potentially restrict green cards for low-income immigrants. The well-attended action took place during rush hour at the corner of Orchard and Delancey Streets, (appropriately) […]

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The New Essex Market at Essex Crossing Pushed Back to November

Posted September 12, 2018 at 5:02 am

The new Essex Street Market is no longer opening this month as previously announced. Along the way, the timeline subtly changed to a nebulous “fall 2018.” Instead, a November launch is now on the books. The Economic Development Corp. – owner of the 78-year-old market – couldn’t be pinned down for an actual date, but […]

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The Village Voice is Killed Off for Good

Posted September 4, 2018 at 5:04 am

The Village is barely recognizable anymore and it just lost its Voice. As you’ve seen or likely heard, the Village Voice is gone after more than sixty years reporting the local beat. The news dropped Friday afternoon – in the true spirit of Labor Day – exactly one year after publication ceased on the print […]

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