Tuesday, March 2, 2021

347 E. 4th St. sells; conversion to residential use is in the works

347 E. Fourth St. between Avenue C and Avenue D recently changed hands for a reported $2.385 million.

The three-story building had been used as a facility for Community Access, which provides housing and social services for people with mental health concerns. 

The buyer, listed as Zannatul Ferdous, plans to convert No. 347 into a residence with three units, per work permits on file with the city.

According to LoopNet, the listing for the property first arrived in November 2017... and deactivated as of last week. 

Meanwhile next door, no word on the fate of the San Isidoro y San Leandro Western Orthodox Church of Hispanic Mozarabic Rite at No. 345. That unique property remains for sale. Check out our previous post on this address for more background.


JAMES said...

I grew up right next door to there..The place (and street) was a HellHole!

Gojira said...

How has San Isidoro never been landmarked, and why was the historic district not stretched to include it?!?

Anonymous said...

I mean what this city needs more than ever is more housing and social services for people with mental health concerns. Tons of gentrifies ran off to have babies and yards. Those left behind need all the help they can get

Anonymous said...

The Church building should definitely be landmarked, what is community board 3 and the council member doing anyway? Besides allowing the East River park to be bulldozed.