A Lower East Side Mega Project Essex Crossing Reveals Stunning Renderings

See the new towers rising along Delancey Street between Ludlow and Attorney streets.

By Team Agorafy October 2, 2017
Renderings courtesy of Curbed

As the construction at the Lower East Side mega project Essex Crossing is being in full swing, the developers have released new renderings showcasing portions of the upcoming multi-site project soon to transform the area, reports DNAInfo.

The images showcase what that second phase of the project will look like—this stage, reminds Curbed, will comprise three buildings, bringing hundreds of apartments, office space, and the Market Line to the project.

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The renderings display the two new buildings, designed by CetraRuddy and Handel Architects, respectively. The 25-story 180 Broome Street is scheduled to be completed in the summer 2018. The rendering also shows the 14-story 202 Broome Street, and 25-story 115 Delancey St. Subterranean market and beer hall The Market Line.

Essex Crossing is expected to cover more than five blocks between Delancey and Grand streets and include 1.9 million square feet of residential, commercial and community space.

The new mega-development has already proved to be a major boon for the local area.

“Essex Crossing is definitely having a positive impact and encouraging developers to take a closer look at the area,” Carlos Olson, the Eastern Consolidated broker, told Crain’s.


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