A few years ago developer Hudson Companies planned a high-rise on Emerson Place in Clinton Hill but ended up putting the project on hold in the dark days of early ’09. Now it looks like they’re intent on selling, as a $16.8 million listing for the property is up on Massey Knakal’s website. Here’s the description: “The subject has approved plans for a 17-story, 110-unit residential tower. The high-rise will offer a diverse mix of unit types ranging from efficient studios to family-sized two-bedroom apartments, including terrace penthouses. The 17-story tower will have 360 degree views, abundant outdoor space, and sleek modern apartments.” The rendering included with the listing is the first we’ve seen for the project; at present it’s a vacant lot. Hudson demolished the commercial building that used to be on the site in 2008.
131-37 Emerson Place [Massey Knakal]
Emerson Place Presses Pause [Brownstoner]
Development Watch: 131 Emerson Place Demo [Brownstoner] GMAP
Hudson Aiming High on Emerson Place [Brownstoner]
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