Essex Crossing – 2021 ULI Americas Awards for Excellence Finalist
Recently called “one of New York’s most promising mixed-use developments” by The New York Times, Essex Crossing comprises 1.9 million square feet of residential, commercial, and community space in the heart of the Lower East Side.
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Amenities include a 9,000-plus-square-foot landscaped “Garden” with space for lounge seating and grills — as well as a playroom and a gym.
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Duplex Penthouse at One Essex Crossing Hits the Market for $6.7 Million
One of the building’s beautiful penthouses, Duplex Penthouse A has just come to the market for $6,689,000.
Penthouse A at One Essex Crossing
Wrapping the northwest corner of One Essex Crossing, Penthouse A is the premier duplex Penthouse offering 2,161 SF and featuring fantastic views overlooking the Lower East Side, Midtown Skyline and Financial District.
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Delancey Street Associates unveils One Essex Crossing Condominium
Essex Crossing is one of the most significant urban renewal developments in the history of the city and, when complete, will include nine sites across six acres.
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New details and looks for Essex Crossing’s second condo building
Sales will launch at Essex Crossing’s second condo building this spring, developers announced. Dubbed One Essex Crossing, 202 Broome Street is the seventh of nine buildings currently under construction or completed at the Lower East Side site.
First look at Essex Crossing’s second condo tower
One Essex Crossing will bring 83 condos to the Lower East Side. When residents move in in 2021, they’ll also have access to a spate of plush amenities, including what the website says will be a “verdant elevated garden”; many of the units themselves also have balconies.
Downtown Manhattan Condominium Launches Sales
A downtown Manhattan condominium that’s part of the larger six-acre Essex Crossing redevelopment has come to market with residences priced from $890,000 to nearly $6.7 million.
First Look at One Essex Crossing on Manhattan’s Lower East Side
A 14-story luxury condominium building One Essex Crossing is the seventh building in Essex Crossing community which is located within Manhattan’s vibrant Lower East Side.
Take A Look At One Essex Crossing on Manhattan’s Lower East Side
One Essex Crossing, designed inside and out by acclaimed architecture firm CetraRuddy, is a 14-story luxury condominium building that spans a full city block between Broome and Delancey Streets and features light-filled residences with skyline views, shared and private outdoor space, and a wealth of indoor/outdoor amenities.
One Essex Crossing Nears Completion On Manhattan’s Lower East Side
Construction is nearing completion on One Essex Crossing, a 14-story full-block development at 202 Broome Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Designed by CetraRuddy for Delancey Street Associates, which is comprised of BFC Partners, L+M Development Partners, Taconic Partners, The Prusik Group, and Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, the mixed-use project will add a mix of residential and office space to the nine-building Essex Crossing master plan.
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Those responsible for Essex Crossing, a six-acre development 20 minutes’ walk from Apple’s HQ on the Lower East Side, were ahead of this curve, transforming an expanse of flattened vacant lots into a user-friendly mix of medium-rise apartments, office buildings, commercial spaces and public parks, alongside The Market Line, an underground market linked to new condominiums at One Essex Crossing.
Essex Crossing Is the Anti-Hudson Yards
Essex Crossing, on the Lower East Side, is shaping up as one of New York’s most promising mixed-use developments – anti-Hudson Yards.