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SITE SPECIFICATIONS
Site Coverage  
Parking Ratio 5-10
income group Medium
Range Heights 7-14
 
basic project statistics
gross building area 52998
units 577
population 1095
site area 12000 sq. m
coverage 36.00
parking 30
   
demographics
seniors 0
families w/ children 0
singles/couples 0
other 0
Clinton Hill Co-op was built between 1941-1943 by architect Wallace Harrison. The co-op, a 12-building complex located in two separate “campuses” (four blocks blocks) along Clinton Ave, was composed mainly of one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, built initially for Brooklyn Navy Yards workers (source: wiki). Block 3000 in Census Tract 195 is the major part of the north campus and contains 6 buildings ranging from 7 to 14 floors. Today (Nov. 2010) the price of units ranges from 220,000 to 550,000.

Boundaries:
North: Myrtle Ave.
East: Waverly Ave.
South: Willoughby Ave.
West: Clinton Ave.

References:
All demographic data is from Census 2010
Site area, parking and building area are estimated from Google Earth
Maps are from Google Map and Bing Map
Photos are screenshot from google map street view