Permits Filed for 140 Hillside Avenue in Inwood, Manhattan

140 Hillside Avenue in New Hyde Park, Manhattan140 Hillside Avenue via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for a 74-foot tall apartment building at 140 Hillside Avenue, in Inwood, Manhattan. Located off Sickles Street, the lot is near the north end of Harlem River Park. Nearest transit options are four city blocks away at the Dyckman Street subway station, serviced by the A train. Aron Klein of Read Property is listed as the owner behind the applications.

The proposed seven-story development will have 26,466 square feet designated for residential space. Details of makeup of units are unknown but this project will most likely be condominiums as the 26 residences will have an average size of 1,017 square feet apiece. Plans for the steel-based structure also include a cellar and a 23-foot long rear yard.

Charles Mallea Architect is listed as the architect of record.

No demolition permits are likely needed for the empty lot. The estimated completion date has not been announced.

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14 Comments on "Permits Filed for 140 Hillside Avenue in Inwood, Manhattan"

  1. Hmm. Not sure Manhattan has a neighborhood called New Hyde Park.

  2. Edit out the New Hyde Park. That’s another hillsides ave

  3. Please pardon me for using your space: I accustomed your details and I’m not afraid of words on the development. Accordingly. (Hello YIMBY)

  4. New Hyde Park is on the border of long island and queens…no relation to this Inwood project. FACT CHECK!

  5. Really? New Hyde Park? Can this writer read a map?

  6. What is going on here? New Hyde Park is not in Manhattan, if it is here in manhattan, Iam interested,,,,,

  7. The unit size comment by the author is way off. Do the math, deduct for cellar, deduct for core and tiny hallway, you’re still talking 4 small units on a 3,300 SF floor. Could be condo but certainly not large.

    Also, where do they get away with a less-than-30 ft rear yard under a QH scheme?

  8. Also, if the lot is 4,424 SF x FAR of 4, the above ground is even smaller, only 17,696 zoning SF. Over seven stories, that’s like 2,528 SF avg per floor. Something is off here.

  9. Wow, commenters need to relax. Thanks Vanessa!

  10. Asperger’s alert!

  11. The nearest *nearest* transit is the A train four blocks away? Or how about the 1 train’s Dyckman St. station half a block away. It’s even shown in the photo.

    • The transit directions on here always use blocks, even though blocks are not uniform in length throughout the city. It would make more sense to list the number of minutes it would take to reach the transit station via Google Maps.

      • That’s fine but whether you measure in blocks or anything else, this article is wrong to report that the nearest subway station is four blocks away when there is one that’s practically across the street.

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