Six-Story, 14-Unit Residential Project Coming To 3323 Sedgwick Avenue, Kingsbridge Heights

3323 Sedgwick AvenuePre-demolition 3323 Sedgwick Avenue, image via Google Maps

Putnam County-based Nush Rudaj has filed applications for a six-story, 14-unit residential building at 3323 Sedgwick Avenue, in Kingsbridge Heights, five blocks from the 1 train’s stop at 231st Street. The building will measure 9,915 square feet in total, which means units will average 708 square feet, indicative of rentals. Long Island-based Shahriar Afshari is the architect of record. The existing single-story brick home was filed for demolition this past June.

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2 Comments on "Six-Story, 14-Unit Residential Project Coming To 3323 Sedgwick Avenue, Kingsbridge Heights"

  1. I’m not a fan of shoving apartment buildings between private houses. It doesn’t look good.

  2. I agree Jonathan – sticking buildings on blocks like that is ugly. Those brick houses right there have some character to them. There are some more modern houses around the corner that are ugly – so those should be torn down. Or put this next to the co-op buildings that exist a couple of blocks away.
    Technically- I think this counts as “Van Cortlandt Village”. Also the 1 train is a LONG 6 blocks because of the huge hill.

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