Henry Street Settlement

Penny Arcade Hosts Virtual Benefit for Henry Street Settlement Pantry

Posted March 26, 2021 at 8:26 am

A year into the pandemic, the art world continues to team up with local organizations to lend a helping hand. The ‘Arts for Living Show: Artist Feed The L.E.S.’ is a virtual fundraiser event to benefit the Henry Street Settlement Food Access Initiative, hosted by local artist and activist Penny Arcade. It’ll feature new video […]

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Campaign Underway to Landmark Historic LES Settlement House Buildings

Posted March 10, 2021 at 5:00 am

A grassroots campaign is now underway to landmark three historic Lower East Side settlement house buildings. University Settlement (1898) at 184 Eldridge Street, Educational Alliance (1891) at 197 East Broadway, and the former headquarters of Grand Street Settlement (1905) at 311 East Broadway are part of the pitch. All three are exemplary for their architecture […]

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Report: Jerry Stiller Left Money to Abrons Arts Center and Henry Street Settlement in his Will

Last modified January 31, 2021 at 7:52 am

Legendary actor-comedian Jerry Stiller, raised on the Lower East Side, bequeathed funds to the Henry Street Settlement in his will. According to the New York Post, the late comedian, who died last May at 92, left behind an estate valued at $5 million. It’s reportedly divided amongst children Ben and Amy, as well as several […]

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Henry Street Settlement Facility Moves to Essex Crossing

Last modified November 22, 2019 at 1:06 pm

The Henry Street Settlement is Essex Crossing-bound. In part. Its Workforce Development Center just relocated from the corner of Essex and Delancey Streets – atop the McDonald’s – to a new spot at 178 Broome (aka Site 6). Signs on the front door of the center alert locals of the imminent move. Basically, Site 6 […]

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Henry Street Settlement Unveils New Community Center in Historic Firehouse

Posted October 31, 2019 at 5:08 am

The historic Henry Street Settlement just repurposed an equally historic Lower East Side property. The 1884 firehouse at 269 Henry Street, which is now rebranded as Dale Jones Burch Neighborhood Center. The organization cut the proverbial ribbon on the new space – its eighteenth facility – last week with a press event. “Today we open […]

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This 135-Year-Old LES Firehouse is Now a Resource Center for the Henry Street Settlement

Posted October 21, 2019 at 5:00 am

After about two years of remodeling work, the Henry Street Settlement this week cuts the literal ribbon on its newest facility. The Dale Jones Burch Neighborhood Center sits adjacent to the mothership and occupies the historic firehouse at 269 Henry Street. Friday afternoon saw the arrival of the branding above red-painted doorway. All in preparation […]

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Lower East Side Children’s Halloween Parade Marches this Weekend

Posted October 18, 2019 at 5:09 am

Time to test run those kiddie costumes! The Henry Street Settlement’s second annual children’s Halloween costume parade and party is happening this weekend, and promises plenty of spooktacular fun for all ages. The parade route starts at Abrons Arts Center (466 Grand Street) and follows the beats of the NYPD marching band through the streets […]

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Here’s Where the $1.25M Rivington House Settlement Money is Going

Posted February 6, 2019 at 5:00 am

In the wake of the Rivington House scandal, the Attorney General last year settled with the Allure Group for its nefarious conduct in shutting down and canceling the deed restriction that led to the $116 million sale of the former nursing home. Under the terms of the settlement, Allure is on the hook for $750,000 […]

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The Henry Street Settlement is the Latest Nonprofit to Join Essex Crossing

Posted September 27, 2018 at 5:04 am

More service-oriented outposts are headed to Essex Crossing. The Henry Street Settlement is the latest to set up shop, moving its Workforce Development Center from above the Delancey Street McDonald’s to the Frances Goldin Senior Apartments at Site 6 (a nod to the longtime Lower East Side housing advocate). If you’ll recall, this is the […]

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Celebrating 125 Years of the ‘House on Henry Street’

Last modified September 17, 2018 at 9:42 pm

The Henry Street Settlement is making waves as it continues with its year long quasquicentennial celebration of providing social services, arts, and healthcare to the Lower East Side and throughout the city. Of note, “The House on Henry Street,” a new permanent exhibit funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Sun Hill […]

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