Two Four-Story, Nine-Unit Residential Buildings Planned At 1645 Popham Avenue, Morris Heights

1645 Popham AvenuePre-demolition 1645 Popham Avenue, image via Google Maps

Property owner Gjek Popaj has filed applications for two four-story, nine-unit residential buildings at 1643-1645 Popham Avenue, in Morris Heights, located a number of blocks away from the neighborhood’s Metro-North Railroad station. Each building would measure 5,944 square feet in total, which means the units will likely be rentals, averaging just 660 square feet apiece. Pelham, N.Y.-based Fred Geremia Architects & Planners is the applicant of record. Demolition commenced earlier this week on the existing two-story, two-unit brick building.

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1 Comment on "Two Four-Story, Nine-Unit Residential Buildings Planned At 1645 Popham Avenue, Morris Heights"

  1. Richard Garey | January 10, 2016 at 3:36 pm |

    Ideally, the proposed building would look a little better than those awful vinyl clad homes immediately to the south. What is not immediately apparent from this photo is that this particular site has some great views of Upper Manhattan.

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