Delancey Bridge Tower

Delancey Street Condo Tower Tops out After 10 Years in Development

Posted December 23, 2021 at 5:02 am

One of the more notorious zombie developments on the Lower East Side is completely reanimated. The superstructure at 206 Delancey Street is officially topped out at twelve stories, signaling a major milestone for a development under construction for nearly a decade. The forever-stalled site was a bang-to-bust construction that dates back to 2012, when it was […]

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Forever Stalled Delancey Street Condo Tower is Finally Rising

Posted March 4, 2021 at 5:04 am

Stop the press – there is actual real world progress to report on a long-stalled development at the east end of Delancey Street. The 12-story “boutique condo” at the corner of Delancey and Pitt Streets has seen some serious progress in recent months, after spending most of its life cycle as a stalled steel skeleton. […]

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Staring into the Pit of Delancey Street Tower

Posted November 26, 2019 at 5:05 am

It’s back to a gaping pit for the embattled (former) Delancey Bridge Tower. The development at 208-210 Delancey Street is stalled out yet again. The half-built steel skeleton – described as “substandard” in Department of Buildings filings, was dismantled earlier this year. Months later, though, there’s still not much to show in the way of […]

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12-Story Delancey Tower Reanimates After Nearly a Decade of Delays

Posted August 8, 2018 at 5:00 am

One of the more notorious zombie developments on the Lower East Side – in the works for the better part of the last decade – recently reanimated. The half-built, through-block development of 210 Delancey Street (with frontage on Pitt) is now covered in a shroud of black netting. No doubt signaling resumption of construction activity. […]

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Glossy New Rendering for Disheveled Delancey Street Development

Posted February 14, 2018 at 5:02 am

Nearly a decade later, we’re still talking about a zombie development that, until now, has yet to reanimate. However, with the sale of 208-210 Delancey Street two months ago, comes a new vision for a the long-stalled Delancey Bridge Tower. As the above rendering illustrates, the design is a complete 180 from the previous incarnation. […]

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Forever Stalled ‘Delancey Bridge Tower’ Back on the Market for $33.9M

Posted April 11, 2017 at 5:00 am

One of the longest running arrested developments on the Lower East Side is back on the market. There is life yet in this beast. The forever-stalled Delancey Bridge Tower – a bang-to-bust construction dating back to 2012 – remains a partially-built nightmare. It should’ve already reached its twelve-story height by now. Nope. There hasn’t been […]

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Mired in Litigation, the Stalled Delancey Bridge Tower Attracts Another Lawsuit

Posted October 4, 2016 at 5:07 am

The four-year-old Delancey Bridge Tower project site has been in a perpetual state of arrested development for the majority of that time. The steel framework remains stuck at four stories. And it’s only getting worse. This bang-to-bust tale is replete with litigation. The consortium of 53 Chinese investors behind the half-built, 12-story condo together filed […]

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Delancey Bridge Tower Development Fails, On the Market for $35.5M

Posted July 8, 2015 at 5:15 am

The Delancey Bridge Tower is officially amongst the ranks of Lower East Side zombies. It’s been a rough going for the 12-story bridge-side development since inception, with a stop-start work schedule that nets nearly nothing in the way of progress. Construction halted last summer, and never fully recovered. The iron pylons stalled at roughly four stories. Now […]

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‘Delancey Bridge Tower’ Project Reactivates, Reaches 4 Stories

Posted June 3, 2014 at 5:58 am

Over by the Williamsburg Bridge, the embattled Delancey Bridge Tower is back on track. Well, kinda. Last summer, the new 12-story development in the works at 208 Delancey hit a quagmire, and went dormant for months. A pair of strict stop-work orders were levied at the time, and progress was frozen with naught but a […]

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Progress Report: Construction Stalls at Delancey Bridge Tower

Posted October 31, 2013 at 6:00 am

The Delancey Bridge Tower broke ground in January of this year, after the old T&J Auto Repair shop at 210 Delancey had been razed and cleared. Foundation was poured, and a primitive skeleton of ironwork quickly broke the plywood threshold. Then everything went quiet. By summertime, work stopped altogether, thanks to a pair of strict […]

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