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Old August 2nd, 2016, 02:51 AM   #21
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Foundation Work Underway For Essex Crossing’s 14-Story, 55-Unit Mixed-Use Building At 242 Broome Street, Lower East Side


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Checking in on SHoP's Torqued Lower East Side Condo, 242 Broome Street
May 24, 2017
Over the years, SHoP Architects has proven they arenít one-trick ponies. From the zinc-paneled Porter House to the soaring American Copper Buildings, the practice has expressed their versatility in an array of projects that each uniquely push the limitations of design and assembly in New York City. On the Lower East Side, SHoP has been tapped to design at least two buildings in their Essex Crossing Master Plan. Furthest along of the pair is 242 Broome Street at the northeast corner of Ludlow Street. The mixed-use building will hold the planís first condos and is being developed through a joint venture between Taconic Investment Partners LLC, L & M Development Partners, and BFC Partners.

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The quality of the realization is exceptionally good. The exterior looks pristine, and the interior receives so much natural light thanks to the big windows, great project.
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What strikes me the most is that it looks rather European. Don't know why though.
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