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Harlem


108 West 123rd Street

Four-Story, Four-Family Building Filed At 108 West 123rd Street, Harlem

Christian Volkmann has filed applications for a four-story, four-unit residential building at the vacant, 20-foot-wide lot at 108 West 123rd Street, in central Harlem. The building will measure 4,745 square feet, which works out to full-floor units averaging 1,185 square feet, indicative of condominiums. The developer also appears to be the architect, head of Aardvarchitecture.



144 West 125th Street

Studio Museum In Harlem Building New 70,000 Square-Foot Building At 144 West 125th Street

The Studio Museum at 144 West 125th Street in Harlem is planning to build a new 70,000 square-foot museum, including 10,000 square feet for galleries. According to The New York Times, the existing five-story, 60,000 square-foot structure would be demolished for a ground-up building designed by the UK-based David Adjaye; Cooper, Robertson & Partners is the executive architect. Plans will be submitted this Summer, and construction is expected to start in 2017 for a 2019 completion.


362 West 127th Street

Six-Story, 14-Unit Rental Building Under Construction At 362 West 127th Street, Harlem

A six-story, 14-unit residential building under construction at 362 West 127th Street in Harlem — two blocks north of the 125th Street stop on the A, B, C and D lines — has reached four stories, Harlem+Bespoke reports. The building will measure 9,020 square feet, and units will be rentals, averaging just 645 square feet. The developer/property owner goes by 127 Holdings LLC, and Jock deBoer is designing.


92 Morningside Avenue

Expansion Topped-Out At 92 Morningside Avenue, Restored 75 Rental Units, Harlem

Construction is well underway to restore and expand the formerly burnt-out seven-story building at 92 Morningside Avenue, in central Harlem, to 10 stories and 75 market-rate rental units. The building, three blocks away from the 125th Street stop serviced by the A, B, C and D trains, appears to be topped-out, according to Harlem+Bespoke. Renaissance Realty Group is developing. ND Architecture & Design is designing, and the project will probably be finished by 2016.


498 West 130th Street

Five-Story, Two-Unit Residential Building Planned At 498 West 130th Street, Manhattanville

Melody Development has filed applications for a five-story, two-unit residential building at the vacant lot at 498 West 130th Street, in Manhattanville, a few blocks east of the 125th Street station for the 1 train. The building will measure nearly 3,900 square feet, with one unit occupying the ground floor and the second spanning floors two through five. Ashraf Ali, head of Architectural Design Solutions, is the applicant of record.


306 West 142nd Street

Seven-Story, 36-Unit Residential Building Filed At 306 West 142nd Street, Harlem

Heritage Real Estate Partners has filed applications for a seven-story, 36-unit mixed-use building at the vacant plot of land at 306 West 142nd Street, in northern Harlem. The building will measure 39,207 gross square feet, and 2,036 square feet on the ground floor will be used for a community business facility. Each residential unit will average about 1,000 square feet, which could yield rentals or condos, and Montroy Andersen DeMarco is designing.


Lenox Terrace Rezoning

Rezoning Process Begins For Harlem’s Lenox Terrace Tower-In-The-Park Complex

The Olnick Organization has filed pre-applications with the city, beginning the ULURP process that would rezone Lenox Terrace, a tower-in-the-park development bound by West 132nd and 135th Streets, and Malcolm X Boulevard and 5th Avenue in central Harlem. According to DNAinfo, the complex has six 17-story towers, which make up 1,700 residential units, and nearly 96,600 square feet of commercial space is located within perimeter low-rise buildings.

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