64 Delancey Street

London-Based ‘Hales Gallery’ Opens Outpost on Delancey Street

Posted March 22, 2016 at 5:12 am

Barely two years after its inauguration, the Red Royalty Gallery just faded from the Lower East Side landscape. Its former showroom at 64 Delancey Street, however, didn’t sit dormant long. Almost immediately after the departure, a likeminded business planted a flag. Quite literally – see the sign? This is now the home of Hales Gallery, […]

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Red Royalty Gallery Opening at Long-Dormant 64 Delancey

Posted March 26, 2014 at 9:30 am

Even the rough-and-tumble Delancey Street is not immune to the all-out gallery assault. Showrooms are slowly trickling down onto the main drag. Enter the Red Royalty Gallery at 64 Delancey, situated right beside a Subway sandwich shop. Its signage just went up. This particular store has pretty much been a dead zone for any retail […]

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VinceTech Computer Service on Delancey Shutters

Posted August 5, 2011 at 6:09 am

Back in early 2010, NexCom Computer Cafe relocated northward from Grand Street. With the move came more cramped quarters and an identity change.

Exterior Rehab of 64 Delancey Now Complete

Posted November 1, 2010 at 6:25 am

In the days following the dismantling of the sidewalk-blocking scaffolding at the base of Blue, another Delancey Street building has also prevailed.  You betcha!  Roughly nine months after the first iron prison bars went up, the exterior rehabilitation of 64 Delancey is now complete. Get a load of the new brick.

Coming Soon: Subway at 66 Delancey

Last modified July 2, 2010 at 9:59 pm

66 Delancey is the recipient of more makeovers than one.  While restoration efforts continue up above, street-level renovation has begun inside the former wireless joint at the northwest corner of Allen Street.  And what will this long-dormant space become?  You guessed it – a Subway franchise!

Restoration for 64 Delancey

Posted February 26, 2010 at 6:13 am

Early last month, the dreaded combination of scaffolding and netting was attached to the four-story 64 Delancey, located at the northwest corner of Allen Street.  Luckily, however, this stout building is being restored, not demolished.  Just a little nip/tuck, as it were.

NexCom Computer Cafe Moving

Posted February 4, 2010 at 6:33 am

The NexCom Computer Cafe at 332 Grand Street is moving.  A piece of neon oaktag taped to the door indicates the service center-cum-internet cafe will be relocating to 64 Delancey.  No concrete timeframe given, just an ambiguous “soon.”