Durst Plans New Mixed-Use Project with Affordable Housing at 1800 Park Avenue, Harlem

1800 Park AvenuePresent-day stalled 1800 Park Avenue. Photo by Tectonic.

Over the summer, the Durst Organization entered into contract to acquire the 36,281-square-foot site at 1800 Park Avenue, located between East 124th and 125th streets in Harlem. The developer has since closed on the purchase for just under $91 million, the New York Post reported. Durst will abandon the ODA New York-designed 24-story, 670-unit mixed-use project (originally 32 stories and 682 units) envisioned by the Continuum Company, the site’s previous owner. Instead, completely new plans will be drawn up, presumably by a different architect. Regardless, the final plans will include a large affordable housing component. Roughly 600,000 square feet of mixed-use space can be built as-of-right. The project is still eligible for the 421-a tax abatement since Continuum technically conducted foundation work at the site.

1800 Park Avenue

Previously proposed 1800 Park Avenue. Rendering by ODA New York.

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1 Comment on "Durst Plans New Mixed-Use Project with Affordable Housing at 1800 Park Avenue, Harlem"

  1. For the design strange or normal I don’t mind, because architecture is unlimited fashion on building.

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