Permits Filed for 393 8th Avenue in Chelsea, Manhattan

393 8th Avenue in Chelsea, Manhattan393 8th Avenue via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for a ten-story mixed-use building at 393 8th Avenue, in Chelsea, Manhattan. Located between 29th Street and 30th Street, the interior lot is close to Pennsylvania Station and the 34th Street subway station, serviced by the A, C, and E trains. Daniel Aller of Aller Enterprises is listed as the owner behind the applications.

The proposed 99-foot-tall development will yield 20,786 square feet, with 18,488 square feet designated for residential space and 2,298 square feet for commercial space. It will have nine residences, most likely condos based on the average unit scope of 2,054 square feet. The concrete-based structure will also have a cellar.

Robert W. Scarpa Jr. Architect is responsible for the design.

Demolition permits were filed in December of last year for the four-story masonry structure. An estimated completion date has not been announced.

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14 Comments on "Permits Filed for 393 8th Avenue in Chelsea, Manhattan"

  1. Under a ten-story mixed-use building I think it’s not mirage from you details, I can see figure of speech and its image about the development. Words section had been appeared but practical section on the project not appear, in normal situation you don’t need to delete your mission with human tongue on comments. Equilibrium with in Google Maps and location after burdensome into a building. (Thanks to YIMBY)

    • Please pardon me for stinking up the place: David, what the f**k are you talking about?!! (You’re welcome).

  2. Jack Liberman | May 26, 2019 at 5:50 pm | Reply

    This poor journalism, using Google maps instead of being in there and making a real picture of site for future development.

    • I don’t know that it’s necessary to go and take photos of every site. But a more interactive Google Map embedded in each article would be useful.

    • Nikolai Fedak | May 27, 2019 at 4:01 am | Reply

      We’ve always used Google Maps for permits…

      • “The Next Miami” real estate blog embeds Google Maps in a very useful way. You can switch between map view and satellite in the embedded map, and click out for Street View and 3-D aerial.

      • Jack Liberman | May 27, 2019 at 10:19 am | Reply

        And they are not always updated for minutes to minutes changes, means not for last changes. May be their workers also use “maps” for that.

  3. The building is already gone.

    • Jack Liberman | May 27, 2019 at 10:18 am | Reply

      Means I’m correct, Google maps are not always reflects all minute to minute changes. And Google maps sometimes even place wrong open times for business. I will never forget that one time Google maps showed me times of sole Citibank branch in Miami Brickel’sDistrict, it was shown that opened on Saturday, and I spent time to go there, time to not easy to find out this with all construction closed walkways, and when I finally came I found that branch is never been opened for Saturdays, ever!!!
      P.S. Citibank have a his branch desert in Florida, and only locations in Florida who have branches are located West Palm Beach to South. And only location opened for Saturdays here, is a branch located in South Beach.
      And I used a Google maps for that what shown wrong days of branch days of operations. I complaint to Google, and no response, no apologies.
      I used 4 hours plus on Greyhound bus to get to Miami from Orlando, spent my money, spent an hour to get from Bus station to Downtown Miami to get that Citibank branch what Google said opened is actually closed on Saturdays. It was still time to get to Miami Beach branch located 6 miles away with long walk to local bus stop in labyrinth of construction temporary walks. And this one example only how actually Google maps works.

      • Caffee Bene has been bankrupt 2 years, the hardware store is now 2 blocks up and the deli had been closed 1 year ago. Building demolished 2 weeks ago.

        The view is at least 1 year old, maybe 1 1/2

  4. I prefer David’s outlook to Jacks 🙂

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