307-309 Sixth Avenue, Manhattan

By Linecity, December 6, 2022

Permits have been filed for a 7-story mixed-use building at 307-309 Sixth Avenue in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan.  The mid-block parcel is located between Carmine Street and  4th Street, just across from the Minetta Playground. 

The proposed 75-foot tall development will total 22,239 square feet and include residential, commercial, and community space.  The residential component will comprise the bulk of the build-out at 19,324 square feet.  The commercial component will comprise 2,904 square feet, while the community facility will be just 111 square feet.

The plans call for 39 residential units.  The average size of an apartment, based on gross numbers, will be about 495 square feet.  The permit does not reflect any on-site parking.

The parcel claims 43 feet of frontage along Sixth Avenue, a prime rental strip.   The site is currently occupied by a pair of two-story buildings.

William Schneider of Stella Management is listed as the owner of the application.  The architect for the project is listed as Issac & Stern Architects.  

The property is two blocks south of the West 4th Street – Washington Square subway station.   The station is serviced by the A,B,C,D,E,F and M trains.