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News & Updates

Construction Update – July 2022



Clinton Broome Apartments

July 2022




The nonprofit organization Grand Street Guild is constructing a 232-unit 100% truly affordable residential development at 165 Broome Street, on the corner of Clinton Street in Manhattan.


  • Old parking garage demolished and the construction site leveled to grade
  • Construction fencing in place
  • Soil sampling and waste characterization work
  • Archaeological trenching work
  • Vibration & other monitoring equipment installed
  • Surveying and site layout


  • Support of excavation
  • Excavation commencement
  • Staging area preparation
  • Site access areas
  • Heavy equipment delivery
  • Temporary access ramp behind 410 Grand St.

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Grand Street Guild Cares Programming Page

Welcome to the Grand Street Guild Cares program landing page. Learn more about our mental health and wellness support programs.

Confronting Covid – tell your Covid story through art or written word and see it published
Grand Street Guild Safe Spaces – A support group to help residents talk through their stressors
Support Hour – Get the self care tools you need to thrive

To learn more call Diana De Leon at 917-618-0620 or

Grand Street Guild Entrepreneurs Programming Page

Welcome to the Grand Street Guild Entrepreneurs landing page. Learn about the different networking and learning opportunities to help you start or grow your own business.

NYU Entrepreneurial Strategy
NYU Financial Modeling For Your Business
Grand Street Guild Shared Workspace

To learn more call Andrea Molina at 646-770-6598 or email

Grand Street Guild Scholars Programming Page

Welcome to the landing page for Grand Street Guild Scholars. Learn about the different opportunities for you child to unlock their full potential!

Homework Help – Wednesdays at 2 pm: Stuck on a problem? get help by dropping by our homework help hour
SHSAT Prep – Saturday 11-1: get prepared for the SHSAT by learning the best test taking strategies

To learn more call Jeffrey Chen at 646-984-0167 or email

Grand Street Guild 2020 Holiday Market

This past Friday, Grand Street Guild hosted the 2020 Holiday Market. Over 200 community members came out to celebrate the holiday season Lower East Side style!

Special thanks to District Leader Daisy Paez, District Leader Jenny Low, Kervin Perez, and all of our community volunteers for making the event a success! Thank you to Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer for joining us in celebrating!

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Accessing Benefits Page

As of March 22, 2020, New York State has been on PAUSE. This means that all non-essential businesses have been directed to suspend activities, and New Yorkers refrain from leaving their homes except for essential trips, such as for food and medical visits. As a result of the PAUSE act, Grand Street Guild understands that many residents have been affected by the closure of their businesses or have had their hours severely reduced. This page is a guide for residents to access the benefits and services that are available for all New Yorkers. If you have any questions you can contact Grand Street Guild Community & Social Services at 646-856-6385 (En/Esp) or 646-984-0167(En/Cn).

The IRS has recently launched their online portal for non-filers to provide the necessary information to receive an economic impact check (Coronavirus Relief Check) even if you have not filed a tax return for 2018 or 2019. If you need assistance navigating the portal please contact Henry Orbe at NYLAG. (347-286-1631)

Economic Impact Registration for Non-Filers

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Public Health Page

There is widespread community transmission of COVID-19 in New York City, meaning the sources of new infections are unknown. Everyone in New York City should act as if they have been exposed to COVID-19. That means you should monitor your health closely and stay home. Only go out for essential supplies and services, such as groceries or urgent medical care.

Staying home will help slow the spread of COVID-19 and will protect others from becoming critically ill and dying. Staying home also protects essential workers, including health care providers and retail workers, who must continue to work. Essential workers need to stay healthy to continue to provide services, such as caring for the sick and keeping groceries and food available.

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