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

92 Morningside Avenue92 Morningside Avenue, rendering by ND Architecture & Design

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.

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2 Comments on "Expansion Topped-Out At 92 Morningside Avenue, Restored 75 Rental Units, Harlem"

  1. What a mess. Who approved this?

  2. does anyone know the rental price range for these units?

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