Developers Plan 55-Story Condo Tower At 200 Amsterdam Avenue, Upper West Side

200 Amsterdam AvenuePre-demolition 200 Amsterdam Avenue, image via Google Maps

This past summer, mysterious soil and bedrock tests were conducted at 200 Amsterdam Avenue, between 69th and 70th Streets on the Upper West Side, and now SJP Properties, partnered with Japan-based Mitsui Fudosan, is in contract to purchase the property for nearly $300 million. The site has nearly 400,000 square feet of air rights, and the developers plan to build a 55-story condominium tower, which could reportedly be one of the tallest in the neighborhood, per The Real Deal. An existing former religious structure must first be demolished.

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1 Comment on "Developers Plan 55-Story Condo Tower At 200 Amsterdam Avenue, Upper West Side"

  1. Aracelis Ramirez | September 27, 2016 at 6:05 pm |

    Great more DEVELOPERS on the UPPER WEST SIDE
    I hope that the TOWER 200 AMSTERDAM AVENUE has AFFORDABLE HOUSING for LOW INCOME. Two years I’m looking for apartment because I’m a LOW INCOME I don’t get any apartments. PLEASE take in consideration PEOPLE like ME.
    Thanks,
    Aracelis

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