International Center of Photography

Essex Crossing Adjacent Properties on Ludlow Street Fetch $12M

Posted November 15, 2019 at 5:00 am

Change may soon come to the Chinese food wholesaler at 89-91 Ludlow Street. The dual property just changed hands this month for $12.3 million. Buyer of record is an LLC linked to Brooklyn’s Xiaoling Huang. The two parcels in question, comprising a three-story commercial building and the adjacent lot where wholesaler C&L Restaurant Supply currently […]

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The New ICP Center at Essex Crossing Loses Eleven Madison Park

Posted August 9, 2019 at 5:04 am

What was once touted as the “cultural anchor of Essex Crossing” is now dead in the water. Catching up on some Essex Crossing miscellany… Hospitality group Make it Nice (of Eleven Madison Park fame) joined forces with the International Center of Photography well over a year ago, with the ambition to provide premium private event […]

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Report: International Center of Photography Spent $29M for Essex Crossing HQ

Posted May 8, 2019 at 5:03 am

It’s been two years since word leaked that the International Center of Photography is bound for Essex Crossing. Now it’s made official. No sooner had the arts institution sold its Bowery digs (for $25 million) than the contract closed on Essex Crossing. The deal was a swap of sorts, with the former selling to the […]

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International Center of Photography Sells its Bowery Space for $25M

Posted May 1, 2019 at 5:03 am

The International Center of Photography just unloaded its Bowery asset. After all, a permanent stay at Essex Crossing is on the horizon. The museum last week sold its retail condo unit at 250 Bowery for $25 million, barely above the price paid for the commercial real estate four years ago. Taconic Investment Partners is the […]

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International Center of Photography at Essex Crossing Takes Shape, Seeks Liquor License

Posted September 19, 2018 at 5:00 am

Its brief stint on the Bowery is limited. Come next year, the International Center of Photography will consolidate operations at Essex Crossing. The new headquarters has gradually taken shape over the last several months, and the boxy building finally resembles the initial rendering. Installation of exterior “aluminum screen” paneling recently completed, and most of the […]

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Eleven Madison Park Teams up with International Center of Photography for LES Events Space

Posted April 18, 2018 at 5:03 am

Essex Crossing developers Delancey Street Associates yesterday announced a formalized partnership between hospitality group Make it Nice and the International Center of Photography. The Eleven Madison Park co-owners Will Guidara and Daniel Humm have paired with the ICP to host private events on the top two floors of the museum’s new home. It’s being touted […]

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Howl! Arts Expands with $9M Commercial Condo at 250 Bowery

Posted February 5, 2018 at 5:17 am

East Village arts nonprofit, Howl! Arts, just closed on a commercial condo on the Bowery. According to a report filed in Crain’s New York last week, the organization, named for Allen Ginsberg’s poem of same, purchased the 6,500 square-foot, second-floor condo at 250 Bowery for a sky-high $9 million. That’s approximately $1,400 per square-foot, thought […]

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See Renderings of the New International Center of Photography at Essex Crossing [PHOTO]

Posted October 10, 2017 at 5:14 am

Yesterday afternoon, the International Center of Photography confirmed its plans for the Essex Crossing mega-development. Word had leaked over the weekend that the city-based institution is under contract to purchase a pair of commercial condo units at 242 Broome Street (aka Site 1). The new digs will offer enough real estate to combine both the […]

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Report: International Center of Photography Confirmed for Essex Crossing Facility

Posted October 9, 2017 at 5:00 am

No more posturing. Looks like Essex Crossing finally chose its “cultural facility” for Site 1. The International Center of Photography, headquartered on the Bowery for barely two years, reportedly signed a deal for a pair of commercial condo units in the base of the fourteen-story residential building at 242 Broome Street. According to the Commercial […]

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The International Center of Photography Unveils Updated ‘Capa Cafe’

Posted October 2, 2017 at 5:17 am

The International Center of Photography has again rebranded its cafe nook in the aftermath of Maman’s departure from 250 Bowery. Great Performances, the sustainability oriented New York food service and events company were tapped to reinvent and operate Capa Cafe (a nod to ICP founder and photojournalist, Cornell Capa).  It opened in the ground floor last week. This newest […]

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