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Permits Filed for 7-Story Building at 50-52 Clinton Street; Will WD-50 Hang On?

Last modified April 10, 2014 at 7:49 am

Signs keep pointing to demise for WD-50, despite chef Wylie Dufresne’s numerous assurances to the contrary. It’s not just the appearance of a Davey Drill, though. Owner-developer Icon Realty Management filed permits with the DOB yesterday for its new seven-story building at 50-62 Clinton Street. The structure spells the end for the low-rise strip between […]

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Will WD-50 Be Swallowed by 7-Story Clinton Street Development?

Posted April 1, 2014 at 5:53 am

Last week, we learned more about the development that will wipe away the unique one-story strip of buildings on Clinton Street (and the private parking space). Rumors of demolition had been passed along with great frequency of late, anecdotally confirmed by the consecutive departure of each retail business. The talk was made official, however, with […]

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Renderings Show New Development to Replace Low-Rise 50-62 Clinton Street

Last modified March 26, 2014 at 9:55 am

The gradual disappearance of businesses along the only low-rise strip of Clinton Street was part of a grand plan for another development. With the passage of each commercial tenant, rumors abounded about what might take its place (Rothstein’s Hardware is still there, but moving soon). We kept hearing mixed-use residential, as first reported here back […]

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Report: Low-Rise Stretch of Clinton Street to Be Demolished for New Development

Posted January 7, 2014 at 5:24 am

Like dominoes, they’re falling. Each of the businesses headquartered in the charming one-story row of retail at 52-60 Clinton Street are shuttering. There is rampant chatter around the block that the whole strip will likely come down in anticipation of a new development. The latest to go is streetwear brand Community 54, which opened this […]

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