105 Delancey Street

Former OTB at 105 Delancey Still for Rent

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:27 am

The long-vacant storefront just doesn’t seem to reel in any bites from prospective businesses.

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Former OTB at 105 Delancey for Rent

Posted February 15, 2011 at 6:09 am

With OTB out, 105 Delancey is primed for a new tenant.

OTB at 105 Delancey is Closed

Last modified December 16, 2010 at 9:10 am

An eleventh-hour New York State bailout never arrived, and OTB ceased operations last Tuesday.  The gambling operation, which currently owes creditors $67 million, including millions to the New York Racing Association, had already been rescued many times in the recent past.  This time, though, the State Senate ruled 29 to 21 to close operations. So, OTB […]

Scrap Metal Sale on Delancey

Posted September 3, 2010 at 6:12 am

Strange occurrences always seem to transpire during the weekend hours outside the seedy OTB on Delancey.  A couple weeks ago, it was an older man showing off his Salsa moves; more recently, a sidewalk scrap sale.

Sidewalk Salsa Outside Delancey OTB [Video]

Posted August 25, 2010 at 6:33 am

All it takes is a rickety battery-powered amp and a CD player in a brown-paper bag to get things going.  Such was the case on a recent Saturday evening outside the OTB at 105 Delancey, where the Salsa music was cranked to eleven. Yet, amidst the end-of-day departure of the usual gang of gamblers, a […]

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The Last of OTB at 105 Delancey?

Posted April 16, 2010 at 6:23 am

This might be the last we see of Off Track Betting at 105 Delancey, between Ludlow and Essex Streets, so break out the cameras.  Barring any miracle rescue in the eleventh hour, the state-owned OTB will die on Sunday, and with it, another gritty vestige of city history.  Going out of business seems pretty likely […]

A Scene Outside OTB on Delancey [Video]

Posted March 5, 2010 at 6:18 am

Regardless of the season, gamblers generally tend to congregate outside the OTB outpost on Delancey.  They are usually civil, pacing back and forth, talking shop, and discussing their wagers.  Nothing crazy.  But every now and again, there is a scene.  On this particular occasion, the NYPD responded to a drowsy drunkard sleeping at the foot […]

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