Permits Filed for 14 Clinton Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

10 Clinton Street, via Google Maps10 Clinton Street, via Google Maps

Permits have been pre-filed for a six-story mixed-use building at 14 Clinton Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The site is right by the major East Houston commercial thoroughfare, and seven blocks away from the Essex Street subway station, serviced by the F, J, M, and Z trains. Andres Hogg of Hogg Holdings is listed as responsible for the development.

10 Clinton Street, via Google Maps

10 Clinton Street, via Google Maps

The lot is adjacent to 10 Clinton Street, a synagogue for the Congregation Chasam Sofer. It was listed by Cushman & Wakefield for $5.25 million in April of 2017 according to Bowery Boogie, and purchased for $4.1 million on Halloween of 2017, according to StreetEasy. The structure at 10 Clinton is the second-oldest synagogue building in the city.

The 65-foot tall new building will yield 10,630 square feet, with 6,430 square feet dedicated to residential use, and 1,479 square feet of commercial retail space. Eight units will be created, averaging 1,330 square feet, which indicates condominiums. Residents will have storage, laundry, a bicycle room, fitness center, and rooftop recreation area.

Fischer + Makooi Architect will be responsible for the design.

14 Clinton Street, via ZoLa

14 Clinton Street, via ZoLa

The lot is vacant, which means construction can start as soon as permits are approved. The estimated completion date has not been announced.

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4 Comments on "Permits Filed for 14 Clinton Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Adore. (Thanks to Andrew Nelson)

  2. will synagouge be knocked down??

  3. The synagogue is an historic building. All of its south facing windows will be permanently blocked from view. Can’t it be landmarked or otherwise protected? This is terrible for the neighborhood.

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