Essex Crossing

More on ‘Gouie New York’ Sake Bar at the Market Line

Posted January 17, 2019 at 5:02 am

The team behind Itzakaya, Davelle, and Samurice is multiplying again on the Lower East Side. More specifically, joining the ever-swelling roster of the Market Line concourse at Essex Crossing. As previously reported, the entity is to be a Japanese sake bar called Gouie New York. And now we have some additional details, including sample menu […]

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CB2 Holds Final Hearing Tonight on Haven Green’s Controversial Plans for Elizabeth Street Garden

Last modified January 14, 2019 at 7:31 am

While Community Board 2 won’t produce a final resolution on the redevelopment of Elizabeth Street Garden until a full-board meeting scheduled for January 24, tonight’s “big meeting” before the Elizabeth Street Garden Working Group committee will offer the community its best chance to weigh in on the controversial Haven Green affordable housing project. This time, CB2 […]

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Celebrating its 79th Birthday, Essex Street Market Move Delayed Yet Again

Posted January 11, 2019 at 5:06 am

The Essex Street Market celebrated its 79th birthday this week. A bittersweet milestone, for sure, as its home of eight decades will soon be demolished. Though, not as fast as previously thought. In due course, as reported, all vendors in the current warehouse block will relocate across Delancey Street to the marquee building of Essex […]

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Essex Crossing Senior Housing Rises Halfway to the Top

Posted January 8, 2019 at 5:00 am

The first Essex Crossing development north of Delancey Street is headlong into its ascent. It’s more than halfway to the top. Demolition of the brick Essex Street Market warehouse and the subsequent debris removal from 140 Essex (aka Site 8) officially completed almost a year ago already. It stood on this spot – at the […]

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People Keep Throwing Dirty Diapers on the Doorstep of Essex Crossing

Posted January 7, 2019 at 5:02 am

It’s raining shit down on Essex Street. Quite literally. At least one resident of the Seward Park Extension housing complex is tossing dirty diapers out the window. And on a regular basis. Apparently, this trend has been ongoing for at least the last year. However, chances are it won’t last once Essex Crossing debuts its […]

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Lower East Side Partnership Takes Space at Essex Crossing

Posted December 27, 2018 at 5:03 am

The Lower East Side Partnership, the area’s business improvement district, just joined the ranks of Essex Crossing tenants. The local organization recently signed a ten-year lease for 3,400 square-feet of space on the fourth floor of 175 Delancey Street (aka Site 6). Doing so is likely a play to extend the reach and boundaries of […]

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14-Screen Regal Movie Theater at Essex Crossing Opens Early Next Year, and is Now Hiring

Last modified December 12, 2018 at 11:19 pm

You may have forgotten, but the Lower East Side is getting a multiplex. A first. Regal Cinemas is poised to open the fourteen-screen theater at Site 2 of Essex Crossing (aka The Essex). Sooner than you might think. A spokesperson for the mega-project recently confirmed in an email that Regal will officially cut the ribbon […]

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More on the Lower East Side’s First Bowling Alley, ‘The Gutter’ at Essex Crossing

Posted November 30, 2018 at 5:00 am

The first bowling alley on the Lower East Side is getting its bar ready. As previously reported, Brooklyn bowling import, The Gutter, is headed for the basement of the new Essex Crossing condoplex at 242 Broome Street (aka Site 1). The Lower East Side iteration of The Gutter (aka The Gutter L.E.S.) will be a […]

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Star-Crossed Love in the Dairy Aisle of Trader Joe’s at Essex Crossing

Posted November 21, 2018 at 5:08 am

It has finally happened – a Craigslist Missed Connection reared itself in the heart of the new Trader Joe’s at Essex Crossing! Nothing screams romance quite like dairy aisle empathy on Grand Street. You’re the cute guy who checked the stock room to see if there was more Half & Half. There were none, and […]

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The Market Line at Essex Crossing Gets a Sake Bar

Posted November 21, 2018 at 5:02 am

Last week, two more vendors were strategically leaked from Essex Crossing developer consortium Delancey Street Associates, and join the plethora of inhabitants at the elephantine Market Line. S.E.A. Market is slated to be the first retail location from Kevin and Ina Liang, offering imported goods from Southeast Asia, while Gouie New York will be slinging […]

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