Essex Crossing

Transformation of the Seward Park Extension Urban Renewal Area is well underway with Essex Crossing, the redevelopment of nine vacant or underutilized sites on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The full development program includes over 1,000 residences, 400,000 square feet of office space, and 450,000 square feet of retail space along with a public park and green spaces. AKRF first prepared the Generic Environmental Impact Statement pursuant to CEQR for approximately 1.7 million square feet of mixed-use redevelopment on an expedited timeline. We are now leading civil engineering and permitting for each site, and providing resident engineering inspection oversight. We have also provided geotechnical engineering and analysis as well as site assessment and remediation, acoustical consulting, cultural resources, and transportation planning.

(Top image: 115 Delancey Street)

145 Clinton Street (The Rollins)

175 Delancey Street

242 Broome Street

Construction management

Construction in progress

Newsworthy

Numerous buildings and public spaces are now open at Essex Crossing, including the new Essex Market.

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