Learn More. Talk to Josh! After 50 Clinton Street was built and completed in 2016, I was immediately drawn to this development. Unlike many other new Condo projects in Manhattan, this resembled an old warehouse from the exterior with magnificent floor to ceiling windows set in an area with few new developments. In fact,
The Timelessness of 50 Clinton Street
After 50 Clinton Street was built and completed in 2016, I was immediately drawn to this development. Unlike many other new Condo projects in Manhattan, this resembled an old warehouse from the exterior with magnificent floor to ceiling windows set in an area with few new developments. In fact, as a baseball fan, it reminded me of Camden Yards, the famed Oriole Stadium in Baltimore. This was a groundbreaking project to say the least.
Comprised of 37 boutique Condominium units and Architected by Isaac & Stern, a well-known firm primarily in New York City, the idea was to revive an industrial and residential feel that was present at the turn of the century. The expansive windows allow for natural light, while the lobby is outfitted in emerald marble to match a rare French limestone floor. The interior designer, Paris Forino, left no stone unturned with magnificent herringbone floors and elaborate marble bathrooms.
In the 1940s and 1950s, many immigrants settled on Clinton Street and the Lower East Side. Husbands, wives and families made their way from Europe to Ellis Island and found nearby lodging on Clinton Street. It was a different era, in many ways simpler than today. The famed Katz Deli, Gus Pickles, Russ & Daughters, Yonah Schimmels and others served a generation of people. This was old New York City at it’s finest. The idea that 50 Clinton Street would become a destination for luxury Condominiums seemed hard to believe many years ago. And yet, that’s exactly what it is. The Lower East side is vibrant with culture, arts, hotels, restaurants and new condo developments. The historical merge of old and new makes the Lower East Side and 50 Clinton Street a special project.
Whenever, I am down by Essex and Delancey Streets or passing-by East Houston on a given afternoon, I stroll by 50 Clinton and marvel at the masonry facade. It’s unique and timeless.
While the Lower East Side is not for everyone, it has rapidly changed with a flurry of new Condo projects and easy access to the rest of the City via Subway, Uber or other. In fact, while many other neighborhoods in Manhattan have lost their identity, the Lower East Side only continues to get stronger and build upon something great.
50 Clinton Street Features
- 37 Luxury Condo residences
- 24/7 Doorman
- White oak herringbone wood floors
- Crown moldings throughout.
- Expansive casement windows
- High ceilings allowing for abundant light
- Charcoal granite countertops and backsplash
- Espresso-stained oak cabinetry
- Wolf, Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances.
- A white Dolomiti marble clad master bath
- State-of-the-art fitness center
- Landscaped rooftop terrace with grilling stations
- A bicycle room
- Close proximity to the city’s best restaurants, nightlife and shopping
Prices begin at $1.95 Million, which is a fair market value with the quality behind this project.
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