Loews Delancey Theatre

Ilegal Mezcal Calls Donald Trump an Asshole with Delancey Street Projection

Posted February 29, 2016 at 9:22 am

It’s not just street artist Hanksy on an anti-Trump mission. The same is true of Ilegal Mezcal, the Guatemalan-based spirits company whose urban marketing executions are top notch. Since the Republican candidacy announcement last summer, the small-batch mezcal producer has been projecting unflattering images of Donald Trump onto various Manhattan buildings, alongside a scathing message. “Donald […]

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Here’s the New Logan Hicks Mural Outside the Burger King on Suffolk Street

Posted May 21, 2014 at 6:08 am

After a few days of prep and paint, Logan Hicks completed his latest Lower East Side mural at the end of last week. The Suffolk Street facade of Burger King now carries the silhouette of a woman in white against patterned blue backdrop. The Little Italy Street Art Project was instrumental in tapping Hicks for […]

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Logan Hicks Painting a New Mural Outside the Delancey Burger King

Posted May 14, 2014 at 10:03 am

That fresh coat of blue paint on the Suffolk Street facade of the grungy Burger King is actually primer. Primer for the new mural currently planned for the wall. New York City-based painter and stencil artist Logan Hicks is behind this forthcoming artwork, which serves as an extension to his recent exhibit at PMM Art Projects […]

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GEM Super Value Store Opens on Delancey

Posted June 20, 2013 at 6:15 am

The GEM Super Value Store just announced its inauguration on Delancey Street in a big way. Literally. The new outpost of the discount shop unfurled a ginormous banner on the brick facade of the onetime Loew’s Theater. Not to mention the eye-grabbing awning and “grand opening” flags. We like this storefront – very old school […]

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GEM Super Value Store Returning to Delancey

Posted June 5, 2013 at 6:10 am

When Children’s Place vacated the Loews Delancey building at the corner of Suffolk Street two years ago, the rather large commercial footprint was carved into two separate spaces.

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Construction Begins on Grand Street 7-Eleven

Posted May 28, 2013 at 5:39 am

That sign in the window is no longer a threat, but now a reality. Construction has arrived. Just a few blocks south of the outpost at the old Loew’s Delancey building, 7-Eleven recently gave the go-ahead for renovations at Seward Park. DOB permits were filed for the 403 Grand Street storefront last week, and interior buildout […]

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Avoid This Delancey Traffic Jam at All Costs

Posted February 22, 2013 at 3:27 pm

And here you thought traffic on Delancey was bad this morning?

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7-Eleven Unveils Signage at 142 Delancey Street

Posted September 7, 2012 at 6:18 am

Drumroll….and there it is. 7-Eleven officially revealed its bold signage at the forthcoming 142 Delancey Street location.

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Quick Peek at the Delancey 7-Eleven

Posted July 26, 2012 at 6:28 am

The historic Loew’s Delancey Theatre building is well on its way to accepting another corporate chain into the fold.

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7-Eleven Moving Into 142 Delancey

Posted June 13, 2012 at 6:47 am

Not really the news we wanna be delivering to your doorstep this morning, but here goes. 7-Eleven is headed for 142 Delancey, the historic Loew’s Delancey building at the corner of Suffolk Street.

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