Posted December 3, 2018 at 5:04 am
Two years after the Comprehensive Kids Development School vacated the commercial base of Blue condo, its former upstairs digs is now home to a social services agency. AHRC New York City, an organization that supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, inked a 15-year lease at 130 Delancey Street. The deal came about due to […]
Posted January 18, 2018 at 5:07 am
Sprint is making a comeback on Delancey Street. The mobile carrier is opening a new retail store in the nine-months-dormant cornershop at the base of the Blue condo building. It’s a homecoming of sorts for Sprint, which has been on and off the thoroughfare several times over the years. Most recently, a half-assed counter inside […]
Posted April 5, 2017 at 5:10 am
Payless ShoeSource just stepped down from the Lower East Side. Its six-year-old store at 130 Delancey Street – in the base of Blue condos – shuttered last week. The shelves are empty, leaving the store just another white-box space for the taking. News of its closure first surfaced in February, when announcements were placed in […]
Last modified October 19, 2016 at 7:37 am
School’s out for the Comprehensive Kids Development School on Delancey Street. The school had occupied the base of the Blue condo building since 2012, but was booted last month. City Marshals paid a visit and seized the enormous space. The token sign is affixed to the Norfolk Street entrance. Earlier this week, a cherry picker helped remove […]
Posted February 18, 2013 at 1:13 pm
Just when we thought total out-of-context development had run its course, we stumbled upon designs for a new glass monstrosity at 100 Norfolk Street.
Posted January 31, 2013 at 6:48 am
Owned by Blue developer Angelo Cosentini, the three-story commercial frontage at 126-130 Delancey just traded hands for $21 million.
Posted December 3, 2010 at 6:07 am
Two neighborhood check-cashing stores were recently gobbled up and rolled into larger corporate conglomerates. And with these changes, new in-your-face signage. First up is 115 Essex Street. The former Money Centers is now a superfly Supercash outpost. Together with the neighboring Sunflower Video shop, this piece of Essex is a solid reminder of the old […]