18-Story, 98-Unit Mixed-Use Building Planned At 480 Tenth Avenue, Hudson Yards District

480 Tenth AvenuePresent-day 480 Tenth Avenue. Image via Google Maps.

The Clinton Housing Development Company (CHDC) is planning an 18-story, 98-unit mixed-use building at 480 Tenth Avenue, located on the corner of West 37th Street in the Hudson Yards District. The project will include retail space, space for the Hell’s Kitchen Community Center, a 74-seat black-box theater, and 98 affordable residential units.

The assemblage consists of the four- and five-story tenement buildings at 480 Tenth Avenue and 456-460 West 37th Street, DNAinfo reported. The project will incorporate the façades of the existing tenements, although a design has not been revealed at this time. Completion is expected by 2020, along with CHDC’s other project at 500 West 52nd Street.

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2 Comments on "18-Story, 98-Unit Mixed-Use Building Planned At 480 Tenth Avenue, Hudson Yards District"

  1. An official aim to the building mixed-use, the project is agreeable and order worker ahead on 18-story.

  2. Adrian Panaro | December 6, 2016 at 3:49 pm |

    My wife and I and our two children lived at 44 Trinity Place at the time of the 9/11 terrorist destruction of the WTC. Our home was in a controlled zone and we couldn’t return for over a month but even then it was unlivable, suffused with dust from the towers collapse. After a year of living elsewhere, we decided to sell our fixtures on our loft-law protected loft back to the landlord and moved to New Mexico. Now, our children are grown and we would like to return to NYC but need affordable housing. I am a working artist in photography, I’m now 65 and my wife, age 60, is a singer and graphic design artist. Is there any sort of program that might help us return to NY in affordable housing for artists?

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