A redevelopment proposal will be presented on Thursday, Dec. 12, for the former Mt. Sinai hospital, the albatross at 4th and Reed.
The meeting will be at 7 p.m. at Mt. Moriah, 410 Wharton St.
According to the Dickinson Square West Civic Association, “detailed information about the proposal, including site plans, renderings of the buildings, description of the proposed uses, intended parking and traffic solutions, etc. will be presented.”
All those plurals in there suggest that more than one use could be on the way for the property, which encompasses almost all of Reed to Dickinson, 4th to 5th streets.
According to a source who saw a preliminary plan that was submitted in March, which could be outdated or incorrect by now, the developer intends to build 219 apartments or condos, 118 parking spaces, 77 bike parking spaces, 51 percent “open space,” which according to the definition includes parking area. The green corner at 4th & Reed would stay. About 2,500 square feet of retail is also proposed.
Whether these plans have changed? We’ll see Thursday.