Public “Visioning” Meeting for Planned Affordable Housing and Community Facility Development at 388 Hudson Street: Tuesday, September 12, 5:45-8pm
The City has scheduled its long-promised public meeting about a planned affordable housing and community facility development to be built at 388 Hudson Street (at Clarkson Street), on what is now empty City-owned land atop the Water Tunnel No. 3 entrance. Called a “Community Visioning Workshop,” it will take place on Tuesday, September 12 from 5:45 to 8pm at the 75 Morton School Library at 75 Morton Street. This may be the only public meeting the City holds before requests for proposals are issued to develop the site.
Village Preservation welcomes the development of affordable housing at this vacant, city-owned site. We also believe that it’s critical that the design, scale, and massing of the proposed development relate well to its surroundings, at the cusp of the Greenwich Village Historic District and Hudson Square, and that it not adversely impact the highly utilized J.J. Walker Park across the street with shadows.
We strongly urge all who are interested in the future and development of this site to attend the meeting and provide input. We also urge you to share your thoughts regarding development of the site with decision-makers.
If you want to share your opinions about the planned development, email the following:
- NYC Department of Housing, Preservation, and Development (HPD) at 388HudsonRFP@hpd.nyc.gov (please cc email@example.com)
- Community Board 2 at firstname.lastname@example.org (please cc email@example.com)
- Councilmember Erik Bottcher at District3@council.nyc.gov (please cc firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Borough President at email@example.com (please cc firstname.lastname@example.org)
For more information on this project, see our webpage here.