Clinton Hill industrial site to give way to mixed-use project

Six floors at revamped Steuben Street will be nonprofit space, permits show

New York /
Jan.January 08, 2019 03:30 PM

34 Steuben Street in Brooklyn (Credit: Google Maps)

It’s out with the old and in with the new in Clinton Hill.

According to plans filed on Tuesday, Fishel Schleisinger of Golden Gate Management plans to knock down a one-story warehouse that’s been at 34 Steuben Street since 1956. In its place, he’s looking to build a 56,000-square-foot commercial and community building.

The plans note that retail will take up the first floor, and the fourth through ninth floors will hold space for a nonprofit institution. The project will stand 110 feet tall.

Schlesinger did not immediately return a request for comment.

Nearby at 8-10 Grand Avenue, Bruman Realty sold another Clinton Hill warehouse in July 2018 for $29.6 million.


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