Savanna Plans Residential Tower At 3080 Broadway as Seminary Plans Expansion, Morningside Heights

3080 BroadwayPresent-day Jewish Theological Seminary at 3080 Broadway, image via pbase

Last month, Savanna paid $96 million for air rights and a piece of the Jewish Theological Seminary at 3080 Broadway, in Morningside Heights between West 122nd and 123rd streets. The developer has since secured $34.6 million to finance the acquisition, Commercial Observer reports. The Seminary will use the funds to renovate its campus, to build a performing arts center, and to build a new dormitory with an expansive library. Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects will be designing the Seminary’s half of the project. As for Savanna’s piece of the project, a low-rise piece of the Seminary on West 122nd Street will be demolished and replaced by a 250,000-square-foot residential tower, to be designed by Beyer Blinder Belle. No targeted completion dates have been disclosed.

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1 Comment on "Savanna Plans Residential Tower At 3080 Broadway as Seminary Plans Expansion, Morningside Heights"

  1. Roslyn Berkeley | July 28, 2016 at 8:40 pm |

    This really sad soon black people will be living in shelters. This deliberately being done.

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