The Essex Living Room

Living at Essex Crossing

New York City rarely falls short when delivering on exciting experiences, especially the life-changing ones. Introducing Essex Crossing, a multi-use mecca tucked away in the culture capital of the five boroughs, the Lower East Side. This vibrant complex puts diverse markets, eclectic restaurants, new parks, bright gardens, cultural attractions and a movie theater all at your fingertips. The apartments combine cutting-edge architecture, energy efficient design and top-of-the-line amenities – giving you a taste of the action while keeping you hungry for more. Welcome to the future of residential living in New York City.

The Residences

The Rollins The Essex 242 Broome The Artisan One Essex Crossing
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145 Clinton Street

The Rollins

Named for the prominent jazz musician, Sonny Rollins, who once called the Lower East Side home, theRollins makes living smooth. This 15-story building offers a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments, as well as a 15,000 square-foot park designed by West8 that includes a children’s play area. Don’t forget key amenities like communal terraces and a myriad of rooms tailored for fitness, yoga, children’s play, dog-washing, bicycle storage and even a resident’s lounge.

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125 Delancey Street

The Essex

A towering presence located between Essex and Norfolk Streets, this landmark 26-story building offers a range of one, two, and three bedroom apartments. Aside from unparalleled views, it features a modern gym, easy roof access and a bevy of entertainment and retail spaces on the lower levels like Regal Cinemas, a 14-screen luxury movie theater, the Market Line and the new home of The Essex Market.

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242 Broome Street

242 Broome

With a strikingly faceted façade, you’ll instantly recognize this 14-story building. Its apartments are characterized by gracious proportions and open-plan layouts geared for comfortable living. Featured amenities on the premises range from a fitness center, entertainment lounge, children’s playroom and a crisply landscaped rooftop garden with breathtaking views.

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180 Broome Street

The Artisan

Residential, retail and office space converge with style in this 26-story building which houses a comprehensive marketplace below ground, The Market Line. The building’s amenities include landscaped roof decks, a fitness center, library and community room and top-of-the-line finishes to boot.

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202 Broome Street

One Essex Crossing

Located at 202 Broome Street, One Essex Crossing features architecture and interiors by CetraRuddy. Condominiums range from studios to three bedrooms with elegant, contemporary finishes and amenities including a verdant outdoor garden, a fitness center, a playroom, and a residents’ lounge pavilion. Residents will also have direct access to The Market Line and the newly reopened Essex Street Market.