Two months ago, Tahl Propp Equities told YIMBY they sold a development site at 2211 Third Avenue, on the corner of 121st Street. And now, the new owner – HAP Investment Developers, whose website says they bought the site for $13 million – has filed plans to erect a new building.
HAP, whose projects are concentrated uptown, plans to erect a 124,124-square-foot apartment building, according to the permit filed this morning.
Beyond that, the details are somewhat in dispute. The permit application cites a residential component measuring 83,022 square feet with 12,096 square feet of retail space, plus 93 apartments. The building would rise 10 stories, to 111 feet, and include 77 parking spaces, per the permit, and would not feature an inclusionary housing component.
HAP’s website, on the other hand, says they’ll be building 78,000 square feet of residential space (divided among 105 rental apartments) and 26,000 square feet of commercial, plus a small 1,000-square-foot community facility. They say the garage will be only 5,000 square feet, which doesn’t seem large enough for 77 cars.
The architect of record is Karl Fischer, with HAP’s website saying that it’ll be “designed by an award-winning New York City architect.” The schematic drawings featured above were found on the developer’s website.
Nobody from HAP’s office was immediately available to comment on the project. A permit for structural work was also filed, though, so construction may not be too far off.
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