Permits have been filed for two new 12-story residential buildings in The Bronx’s Fordham Heights neighborhood. Manhattan-based UA Builders Group is developing the site, located at 2065 and 2067 Ryer Avenue, and the pair will be among the taller buildings in the area, which is mostly dominated by five and six-story apartment blocks. The site is four blocks from the Tremont Ave. and 182-183rd Street Subway Stations for the B and D trains.
The combined structures, rising to heights just over 110 feet, will yield nearly 90,000 square feet for residential use, creating 134 units. The development will have an average 670 square feet per apartment, which means rentals are likely. Amenities include a laundry room and recreation space for tenants. The first floors will house one apartment each, while rest of the buildings will contain 6 units per floor.
Mt. Vernon-based Badaly Architect will be responsible for the design.
Demolition permits have been filed for both sites. An estimated completion date is not yet known.