Eight-Story Luxury Condo at 66 Clinton Nears the Top

Posted on: September 10th, 2021 at 5:18 am by

A former social services building on Clinton Street is now seeing new life as a ritzy residential development.

As previously reported, developers Vault Development and TLM Equities are together planning an eight-story, 12-unit tower to occupy 66 Clinton Street. Sixty Six Clinton, as it’s known, is located on a block trending toward luxury, thanks to next-door neighbor 50 Clinton. Residential amenities at this newcomer include roof deck, fitness room, and six spaces for bicycle parking.

In the months since our last checkup, the new development has already reached the penthouse level on (roughly) the seventh floor.

The condo – dubbed a “quiet sanctuary” in the marketing materials” – is a few years in the making.

New Life of New York City, the social services nonprofit which spent 25 years at this address, sold their now-demolished three-story building to Vault and TLM for $9.7 million in May 2019.

Project completion was recently revised to second quarter of 2022. It’ll look something like this…

Photo: C3D Architecture

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