Since the rezoning process began almost a decade ago, the Lower East Side has been the host over 30 new residential developments. Curbed has documented each of these projects—including Dattner Architects’ 175 Delancey Street, the first of these building’s to reach its full height—and compiled them into an interactive map found here.
Set to open this fall, 175 Delancey Street is a mixed-use building featuring 99 affordable apartments that will be available to seniors. Also designed by Dattner Architects, the first three floors will include a Medical Center operated by NYU Langone. Several blocks south of this project is another Dattner designed project 229 Cherry Street, a 10-floor residential building that will be comprised entirely of permanently affordable units.