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Essex Street is a north-south street on the Lower East Side of the New York City borough of Manhattan. North of Houston Street, the street becomes Avenue A, which goes north to 14th Street. South of Canal Street it becomes Rutgers Street, the southern end of which is at South Street. Essex Street was laid out by James Delancey just before the American Revolution as the east side of a "Delancey Square" intended for a genteel ownership; Delancey returned to England as a Loyalist in 1775, and the square was developed as building lots.

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  • Essex Street is a north-south street on the Lower East Side of the New York City borough of Manhattan. North of Houston Street, the street becomes Avenue A, which goes north to 14th Street. South of Canal Street it becomes Rutgers Street, the southern end of which is at South Street. Essex Street was laid out by James Delancey just before the American Revolution as the east side of a "Delancey Square" intended for a genteel ownership; Delancey returned to England as a Loyalist in 1775, and the square was developed as building lots. Long a part of the Lower East Side Jewish enclave, many Jewish-owned stores still operate on the street, including a pickle shop and many Judaica shops. It is also home to the Essex Street Market. South of Hester Street, Essex Street is bordered on the east by Seward Park. The Sixth Avenue/Rutgers Street Line of the New York City Subway runs under Essex Street and has stations at Delancey Street (F, <F>​​, J, M, and Z​ trains) and East Broadway (F and <F>​ trains).. The M9 runs on Essex Street for its entire length while the M14A+ Select Bus runs on Essex Street north of Grand Street. (en)
  • 에식스 스트리트(Essex Street)는 맨해튼 뉴욕시 자치구의 로어이스트사이드의 남북부 거리이다. (ko)
  • Essex Street est un axe nord-sud situé dans le quartier de Lower East Side, dans l'arrondissement de Manhattan à New York. Au nord de Houston Street, elle prend le nom de Avenue A et se prolonge vers le nord jusqu'à la 14e rue. Au sud de Canal Street, elle est prolongée par Rutgers Street. Une partie de l'IND Sixth Avenue Line du métro de New York a été construite sous Essex Street qui abrite les stations de Delancey Street – Essex Street et East Broadway. * Portail de la route * Portail de New York (fr)
  • 埃塞克斯街(英語:Essex Street),另譯亞瑟斯街,是美國紐約州紐約市曼哈頓下東區一條南北向街道。這條街在豪斯頓街以北變為,北上至14街;在運河街以南則變為羅格斯街(Rutgers Street),南下至南街。埃塞克斯街在運河街以北、海斯特街以南的路段東側則是。 紐約市地鐵IND第六大道線運行於埃塞克斯街下方,並設有德蘭西街/埃塞克斯街車站和東百老匯車站。 (zh)
  • Э́ссекс-стрит (англ. Essex Street) — улица в Нижнем Ист-Сайде Нью-Йорка в районе Манхэттен. К северу от Хаустон-стрит, эта улица становится Авеню А, а к югу от Канал-стрит она становится Ратгерс-стрит. (ru)
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  • Tenements on Essex Street between Hester and Grand Streets (en)
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  • Essex Street (en)
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  • 에식스 스트리트(Essex Street)는 맨해튼 뉴욕시 자치구의 로어이스트사이드의 남북부 거리이다. (ko)
  • Essex Street est un axe nord-sud situé dans le quartier de Lower East Side, dans l'arrondissement de Manhattan à New York. Au nord de Houston Street, elle prend le nom de Avenue A et se prolonge vers le nord jusqu'à la 14e rue. Au sud de Canal Street, elle est prolongée par Rutgers Street. Une partie de l'IND Sixth Avenue Line du métro de New York a été construite sous Essex Street qui abrite les stations de Delancey Street – Essex Street et East Broadway. * Portail de la route * Portail de New York (fr)
  • 埃塞克斯街(英語:Essex Street),另譯亞瑟斯街,是美國紐約州紐約市曼哈頓下東區一條南北向街道。這條街在豪斯頓街以北變為,北上至14街;在運河街以南則變為羅格斯街(Rutgers Street),南下至南街。埃塞克斯街在運河街以北、海斯特街以南的路段東側則是。 紐約市地鐵IND第六大道線運行於埃塞克斯街下方,並設有德蘭西街/埃塞克斯街車站和東百老匯車站。 (zh)
  • Э́ссекс-стрит (англ. Essex Street) — улица в Нижнем Ист-Сайде Нью-Йорка в районе Манхэттен. К северу от Хаустон-стрит, эта улица становится Авеню А, а к югу от Канал-стрит она становится Ратгерс-стрит. (ru)
  • Essex Street is a north-south street on the Lower East Side of the New York City borough of Manhattan. North of Houston Street, the street becomes Avenue A, which goes north to 14th Street. South of Canal Street it becomes Rutgers Street, the southern end of which is at South Street. Essex Street was laid out by James Delancey just before the American Revolution as the east side of a "Delancey Square" intended for a genteel ownership; Delancey returned to England as a Loyalist in 1775, and the square was developed as building lots. (en)
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  • Essex Street (en)
  • Essex Street (Manhattan) (fr)
  • 에식스 스트리트 (ko)
  • Эссекс-стрит (Манхэттен) (ru)
  • 埃塞克斯街 (纽约) (zh)
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