Essex Crossing

Shoplifter Pulls Knife When Confronted in Target Store at Essex Crossing

Posted March 9, 2020 at 5:06 am

The Target at Essex Crossing still has one on its proverbial back. This time, a violent shoplifter carrying a blade. At about 4:15pm Friday, employees called 911 after seeing a man stealing merchandise from the Grand Street store, police said. Security spotted the perp placing items inside a Trader Joe’s bag (the grocery is downstairs […]

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The Gutter’s Lower East Side Bowling Alley to Open at Essex Crossing ‘So Soon’

Posted March 9, 2020 at 5:06 am

Five years after a bowling alley was first announced for Essex Crossing, the finish line is “so soon.” The Lower East Side iteration of The Gutter (aka The Gutter L.E.S.) – it’s based in Long Island City – is opening imminently, according to the Essex Crossing Instagram. It’s a 12-lane bowling alley occupying roughly 17,000 […]

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Move-ins Begin at Second Affordable Senior Building at Essex Crossing

Posted March 3, 2020 at 5:08 am

Another Essex Crossing development just came on line. The affordable senior building at 140 Essex Street is open. Tenant move-ins began and are ongoing, according to the latest news blast from the consortium of developers behind the billion-dollar project. There are a total of 92 affordable studio units in the eight-story residence (aka Site 8). […]

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Spectrum Debuts New Essex Crossing Store on Grand Street

Posted February 25, 2020 at 5:06 am

Essex Crossing wouldn’t be complete without yet another big-box retailer, living up to the shopping mall persona many in the neighborhood always anticipated. The latest to plant a flag is Spectrum, which is sandwiched between Target and Trader Joe’s at The Rollins mixed-use development. Carrying the address of 396 Grand Street, this is the ninth overall […]

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Essex Crossing Launches Affordable Housing Lottery at ‘The Artisan’ Tower

Posted February 6, 2020 at 5:05 am

Time to throw in your lot with rest of them. Indeed, the affordable housing lottery just began for the next-to-launch residential development at Essex Crossing. The Artisan. A total of 121 affordable apartments are up for grabs here at 180 Broome (aka Site 4). To qualify, households must earn between forty percent and one hundred […]

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GrandLo Cafe Receives $50K Grant from the Keith Haring Foundation

Last modified February 5, 2020 at 9:07 pm

GrandLo Cafe landed a substantial grant from the Keith Haring Foundation. Awarded to the Grand Street Settlement’s social enterprise job training program back in December, the $50,000 funding will be split over a two year span. It will allow the cafe, which debuted at Essex Crossing two years ago, to establish a mentoring program connecting […]

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Onlookers Rush to Lift SUV from Atop Pedestrian on Delancey Street [VIDEO]

Last modified January 27, 2020 at 9:40 am

Did you happen to see this clip from yesterday evening? An SUV driver purportedly hit a pedestrian on the doorstep of Essex Crossing, in the intersection of Delancey and Norfolk Street. Seeing the accident unfold, several pedestrians rush to the vehicle in order to literally lift it from atop the victim. Apparently her ankle was […]

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New Condos Teased at 15-Story ‘One Essex Crossing’

Posted January 24, 2020 at 5:06 am

Each month brings more significant updates for Essex Crossing. On the heels of the International Center of Photography launching its new flagship, the billion-dollar Lower East Side development this week rolled out more info about the CetraRuddy-designed condo tower at 202 Broome Street (aka Site 3). Dubbed One Essex Crossing, the fifteen-story newcomer features 83 […]

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International Center of Photography Launches at Essex Crossing Next Week

Posted January 17, 2020 at 5:05 am

For the International Center of Photography, four years of transition come to an end next week, as the institution plans its inauguration at Essex Crossing. The 40,000 square-foot museum and school, reunited for the first time since the midtown move, will debut on January 25 with a free “Opening Community Day.” Visitors on day one […]

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City Planning Commission to Vote on Controversial Beth Hamedrash Hagadol Towers this Month [Updated]

Last modified January 8, 2020 at 11:32 am

In early-December, the City Planning Commission convened a public hearing on the controversial development proposed for the fire-scorched Beth Hamedrash Hagadol site at Norfolk and Broome Streets. No vote followed. As previously reported, the project (aka GO Broome) is a two-towered joint venture between the Chinese-American Planning Council nonprofit and the Gotham Organization. Together, the […]

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