In March, the first partial rendering was revealed of the nine-story, 64-unit residential addition planned to rise on the existing six-story, 144-unit (130 units are rent-regulated) apartment building at 707-711 West End Avenue, between West 94th and 95th streets, on the Upper West Side. The city’s Department of Buildings has since green-lighted the project, according to the Wall Street Journal, who also has revealed the first full rendering of it. Dubbed the Haswell, the 155,420-square-foot addition will contain 64 condominium units, each averaging a spacious 1,905 square feet. The current building will see renovations and upgrades, too.
Residents in both sections will share a rebuilt lobby and amenities, which include a 5,000-square-foot landscaped outdoor space on the second floor, rooms to practice music, and reading rooms. SJP Properties and P2B Ventures are the developers, while PBDW Architects is behind the design. Construction is expected to begin this summer, with completion scheduled for early 2018.
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