Essex Crossing, The Rollins

New York
Foto © Joel Raskin
Foto © John Bartelstone
Foto © John Bartelstone
Foto © John Bartelstone
Foto © John Bartelstone
Foto © John Bartelstone
Beyer Blinder Belle Architects
145 Clinton Street, 10002 New York
Delancey Street Associates LLC (BFC Partners/L&M Development Partners/Taconic Investment Partners)
Richard Metsky (Partner/Partner-in-Charge), Carlos J. Cardoso (Partner/Director of Construction Administration), Orest Krawciw (Principal), Michael Wetstone (Principal), Mei Chu (Associate)
Landscape Architect
West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture
Structural Architect
Severud Associates
Rodkin Cardinale Consulting Engineers
Civil Engineering & Acoustics
AKRF, Inc.
Building Envelope
Frank Seta & Associates, LLC
Geotechnical Engineer
URS Corporation
Illumination Arts
Energy Consultants
Bright Power, Inc.
Walker Parking Consultants
Code/Life Safety
Design 2147, Ltd.

BBB’s design for The Rollins brings market rate and affordable housing to the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.

The Rollins is a 15-story mixed-use development on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and one of the nine sites in the 6-acre Essex Crossing Mixed-Use Development Project, the largest stretch of undeveloped City-owned land in Manhattan below 96th Street, also known as Seward Park. The site contains 211 apartments and 73,000 SF of retail space. Half of the apartments will be affordable for low, moderate and middle-income families. The project also includes a 15,000 SF park that marks the site as a key community element. The building design features brick and metal panels that echo the textures of the surrounding urban fabric.

Dazugehörige Projekte

  • Promenade Favorita, Lugano TI
    mavo gmbh
  • Garten Höhenweg St.Gallen
    mavo gmbh
  • Sagiareal, Greppen LU
    mavo gmbh
  • Progressiver Reinraumausbau
    Lindner Group
  • Büro Allmendstrasse
    BFB Architekten AG


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