Andy Warhol Museum

Andy Warhol Museum Nixes Plans for Essex Crossing Annex

Posted March 23, 2015 at 5:12 am

About that fifteen minutes of fame… In a huge setback for Essex Crossing, the Andy Warhol Museum last week scrapped plans to open a 10,000 square-foot New York City satellite. Negotiations were reportedly ongoing since 2012. The Pittsburgh-based institution ultimately decided against the expansion after an “internal study of business and other operational considerations.” Pretty […]

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Municipal Lot at Ludlow and Broome Closing for ‘Soil Samples’ Ahead of Essex Crossing Development

Posted July 30, 2014 at 6:01 am

The Department of Transportation is closing the Broome Street Municipal parking lot on August 5, according to the litany of orange signs posted onsite. A representative from the city agency tells us that soil sampling must be conducted, as this parcel is presently earmarked for a shiny new Essex Crossing facility. The Davey Drill will […]

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Plans for Andy Warhol Museum at Essex Crossing SPURA Site Are Moving Forward

Last modified May 19, 2014 at 5:19 pm

One of the many wildcards of the new Essex Crossing development is a high-profile Warhol Museum outpost. Though initially included in the initial proposal pitched by the Delancey Street Associates consortium, there was still uncertainty as to whether it would happen. Until this past Saturday. Reps confirmed to the museum’s hometown paper, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, […]

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