Harlem+Bespoke reports a 10-story, 13-unit mixed-use building will imminently begin construction at the vacant lot of 2171 Frederick Douglas Boulevard, in Harlem at West 117th Street. B Plus Realty had filed applications last December for the 15,235 square-foot building, and Raul Cabato is the architect of record. A completion date and renderings have yet to be released.
Pentacostal Faith Church has filed applications for an eight-story, 32-unit mixed-use building at the vacant corner-lot of 400 Lenox Avenue, in Harlem, at West 130th Street. Within the 31,950 square-foot structure, a religious facility will measure 8,100 square feet, and commercial space will take up another 1,940 square feet; Zambrano Architectural Design is the architect of record, and the site’s three-story predecessor was demolished in 2005.
Homeless women’s non-profit WIN (Women in Need) has a new four-story office building in the works at 13 West 118th Street in central Harlem.
Harlem + Bespoke noticed progress on the renovation taking place at 801-807 St. Nicholas Avenue, on 150th Street in Sugar Hill. NYC Housing Preservation and Development is creating 42 affordable residential units within the six-story, 52,850 square-foot building, and OCV Architects is designing. The restoration appears almost complete, and opening is likely in the coming months.
Joseph Aizer is expanding and renovating the existing four-story townhouse at 4 West 126th Street, in central Harlem, to six stories and 6,220 square feet, accommodating seven residential units. Construction is currently on-going, reports Harlem + Bespoke, and David Turner is designing.
Harlem + Bespoke spotted a rendering on-site at 131 West 122nd Street, in central Harlem, where a four-story townhouse is being expanded and renovated to five stories and 10 residential units. The existing façade will be preserved, and the top floor will feature a penthouse; DJLU Architect is designing.
Prolific affordable housing developer L+M Development Partners have released a rendering for their newest project at 260 West 153rd Street in Harlem, a seven-story building with rents aimed at low-income families.
Despite improvements in recent years, parts of Upper Manhattan are still smattered with vacant lots, but yet another will soon be turned into an actual building. Permits were filed today for a 7-story residential structure at 17 Convent Avenue, on the southeast corner of Convent and 128th Street, just to the south of City College.
The block of West 132nd Street between Fifth Avenue and Malcolm X Boulevard, like many in Harlem, has a few holes in it, left behind from the city’s dark years of abandonment. One by one, however,…
In December of last year, an LLC going by Terrace on the Park picked up a development site at 1399 Park Avenue, taking up the full block face between East 103rd and East 104th streets, in…