Permits Filed for Sendero Verde at 1681 Madison Avenue, in East Harlem

Sendero VerdeSendero Verde via Handel Architects

Permits have been filed for a 37-story high-rise at 1681 Madison Avenue, in East Harlem, Manhattan. The site is three blocks away from the 110th Street subway station on Lexington Avenue, serviced by 6 trains, and four blocks away from the 110th Street subway station on Central Park North, serviced by the 2 and 3 trains. Manhattan-based Rose Companies is responsible for the development.

The 419-foot tall structure will yield 385,480 square feet, with 27,900 square feet dedicated to commercial use, and 317,890 square feet dedicated to residential space. Retail will occupy the first floor, and offices will fill the second and third floors.

384 units will be created, averaging 828 square feet apiece, indicating rentals. Amenity space start right above the offices, including a yoga room, fitness center, lounge, laundry room, and passive recreation terrace on the fourth floor and rooftop.

1681 Madison Avenue, via Google Maps

1681 Madison Avenue, via Google Maps

Handel Architects will be responsible for the design.

The lot is currently vacant, meaning construction can start as soon as permits are approved.

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6 Comments on "Permits Filed for Sendero Verde at 1681 Madison Avenue, in East Harlem"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: All the people have come to agree. Also me. (Thank you)

  2. Is the total unit count for the development still 655, with 384 units being in this specific building or has the unit count been lowered from 655 to 384?

  3. Christine Johnson | June 8, 2018 at 3:54 pm | Reply

    I will miss this green space terribly. It was here I heard the crow of a hen in Manhattan for the first time. These gardens have (had) a beautiful energy of their own, growing food, flowers, trees, life. To me the loss is tragic.

  4. Justino Rodríguez | June 9, 2018 at 5:07 pm | Reply

    Gentrification at a Grand Escala!

  5. I thought they were not going to touch community gardens. I guess everything is available at a price?

  6. The lot is not vacant. There are six community gardens and their ecosystems that aid in the environment of East Harlem that will be destroyed. The Plants and trees along with the anbirds and squirrels remain. Hopefully, a monarch will stop by as they have done in the past. The community gardens will return, on the 111th street side of the street, smaller than they were. Community gardens are viewed as housing. The sweat equity of the volunteers are disregarded; they have done the work for the developers and HPD of leveling the land.

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