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Target will Open its Small Format Store at Essex Crossing on August 19

Posted June 7, 2018 at 5:02 am

The date is finally set. We’ve known for months that Target’s new small-format store at Essex Crossing would open this summer. Now, it’s official. According to published reports, expect the big-box company to open its doors on August 19. In preparation for the grand opening, Target announced yesterday that there will be hiring events next […]

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Is Trader Joe’s Still Opening at Essex Crossing? [Updated]

Last modified February 16, 2018 at 4:20 pm

[Updated below] As widely reported, Trader Joe’s is coming to Grand Street at Essex Crossing sometime later this year. Or is it? Messaging about its fate has grown somewhat ambiguous since plans were first announced in October 2016. Rumors and speculation are now circulating that the popular supermarket reportedly backed out of the project altogether. […]

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A First Look at Essex Crossing’s Trader Joe’s Grocery [PHOTOS]

Posted January 3, 2018 at 5:04 am

Recently christened The Rollins for Jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins (145 Clinton Street), the chi-chi Essex Crossing development at Clinton Street has more to show. For instance, the Trader Joe’s grocery location headed there later this year. The Grand Street entrance is taking shape. Automatic sliding doors bring you into a foyer area with twin escalators […]

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Target to Open 22,500 Square-Foot Store on Clinton Street as Part of Essex Crossing

Last modified May 1, 2017 at 9:41 am

The big box retailers are longing up to take space in Essex Crossing. Next up is Target, which will open a 22,500 square-foot store at 145 Clinton Street (aka Site 5). According to the Wall Street Journal, Target signed a lease for the second floor of the fifteen-story tower under construction at 145 Clinton Street. […]

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The Lower East Side will Get its First Trader Joe’s with Essex Crossing in 2018

Posted October 5, 2016 at 5:08 am

The battle for new and affordable supermarkets around the Lower East Side has been part of nearly every community discussion about the various incoming developments in the area. Demands from neighbors have been a constant ever since Pathmark closed down its Cherry Street outpost four years ago. And leave it to Essex Crossing to nab […]

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