Lower East Side (“LES”)
The Lower East Side one of the first neighborhoods in New York City. Its rich history permeates the alleyways and mix of tenement buildings throughout the area. Moreover, every nationality has passed through and taken up residence here at one time. Uniquely, the Lower East Side is a magnet for drawing us in to enjoy its hip nightlife, trendy bars, music establishments, cool boutiques, and restaurants. Without a doubt, Katz’s Deli and Russ & Daughters are crowd favorites. And, Orchard Street’s Lower East Side Tenement Museum brings the American immigration story to life.
The Lower East Side neighborhood has been a site of continual change and today is no exception. The grittiness of the past is overlayed by the new mega-development “Essex Crossing“. At this time, a collection of over 1,000 new residences, 350,000 square feet of office space, 100,000 square feet of green space, and 300,000 square feet of retail spaces enhance the culture and unique flavor of New York City. Additionally, the Lower East Side is connected by a world-class marketplace – Market Line – below ground.
Apart from this, several new developments have hit the market in the past few years. Including, One Manhattan Square, 150 Rivington, 208 Delancy, 287LES, 242 Broome Street, 196 Orchard to name a few.
Ceci Cela - 14 Delancey Street
Santo Domingo Bakery - 93 Clinton Street
Murry Bergtraum Softball Field
Mei Hua Bird Park - 25-29 Delancey Street
Rutgers Park - 73 Rutgers Slip & Cherry Street
Apotheke - 9 Doyers (music)
Lower East Side
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