A partnership led by Wells Fargo Community Lending & Investment with the Low Income Investment Fund provided the loan for what’s known as Site 6 at 175 Delancey St., where developers will construct a building with 100 affordable senior housing units as one part of the 1.9-million-square-foot Essex Crossing development. View the full Wall Street Journal […]
The vision for an innovative cafe in partnership with Think Coffee plus a new senior center at Essex Crossing. Visit The Lo-Down for the full article.
The Market Line, a 700 foot-long public market is envisioned as the centerpiece of the 6 acre Essex Crossing development. Read more in the Lo-Down article here.
“We’re happy to partner with Delancey Street Associates to ensure good jobs for local community members at Essex Crossing,” said 32BJ Secretary – Treasurer Kyle Bragg. “DSA’s commitment to creating quality jobs in the neighborhood is a model for residential buildings across our city. We look forward to working with DSA and community members as the development progresses.”