Lands End II

Developer to Close Lands End II Parking Lot by Month End for New 700-Foot Towers

Last modified April 19, 2021 at 10:17 am

Not two months after the Appellate Court overturned community lawsuits stopping the Two Bridges mega-developments, one of said projects is now moving forward. Tenants of the Lands End II housing complex were informed, via letter, that the rear parking lot will close by the end of April to make way for the 700-foot megatowers by […]

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Lands End II Complex Sold to Related for $435M

Last modified November 19, 2020 at 7:38 pm

Related Companies finalized a deal this week to acquire two Section 8 affordable housing properties on the Lower East Side waterfront. The $435 million transaction for Lands End II at 265-275 Cherry Street, first reported by the Real Deal, is touted as one of the largest multifamily deals to go through since the outset of […]

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Drill Rig Spotted Outside Future 700-Foot Towers Behind Lands End II

Last modified March 20, 2018 at 1:41 pm

Let the drilling begin. The enormous development behind Lands End II might be in a holding pattern, but things are hearing up. It is here that L+M Partners and the CIM Group hope to construct a 68-story residential building comprised of two towers. A token Davey Drill vehicle was spotted curbside on South Street last weekend. […]

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Reveal: Lands End II Parking Lot to Get 800-foot, Twin-Towered Beast

Last modified January 18, 2017 at 11:40 pm

Three years after acquiring the two low-income buildings comprising Lands End II (265-275 Cherry Street) for $279 million, L+M Partners and the CIM Group are planning to develop the parking lots facing the water (aka 260 South Street). It’s another of the so-called “soft sites” along the Lower East Side waterfront receiving renewed attention from the industry […]

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Two 50-Story Towers Planned for Lands End Parking Lots on the LES Waterfront

Last modified January 18, 2017 at 11:43 pm

Developers are planning for gold – and succeeding – down on South Street. The bad news just keeps coming. Seriously, the pace of waterfront development on the Lower East Side is quickening beyond comprehension. It’s not enough that we have an 80-story Extell tower (i.e. One Manhattan Square), or the recently revealed 77-story behemoth at […]

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AFL-CIO Invests in Lands End II Housing

Posted December 22, 2010 at 10:50 am

Affordable living on the LES just received a helping hand from the AFL-CIO Housing Trust Investment.