Demo Permits Filed for 1841 and 1845 Broadway on the Upper West Side

1841 and 1845 Broadway on the Upper West Side1841 and 1845 Broadway via Google Maps

Full demolition permits have been filed for a couple of buildings at 1841 and 1845 Broadway on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Both sites are owned by Global Holdings Management Group, which filed building permits for a 24-story mixed-use building at the 1841 Broadway address last December.

1841 Broadway is located at the corner of West 60th Street, was built in 1924, and has 114,022 square feet across its 12 stories. 1845 Broadway, a four-story commercial structure built in 1910, has 15,068 square feet adjacent to 1841 Broadway. The sites are located steps way from the 59th Street-Columbus Circle subway station, serviced by A, B, C, D, and 1 trains.

Ancora Engineering is listed as the applicant of record.

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9 Comments on "Demo Permits Filed for 1841 and 1845 Broadway on the Upper West Side"

  1. Hello New York YIMBY: From time to time, I come to act as a reader and give opinions. Don’t criticize just because you want to gossip about me, or damage my reputation: For being always optimistic towards development.

  2. David in Bushwick | October 28, 2019 at 9:40 am | Reply

    More New York history destroyed for another likely glass box. At least the demolition will mean one less Starbucks, until they add two new ones in the new building.

    • DAVID Yorkviller born and bred now in Queens | October 28, 2019 at 6:37 pm | Reply

      Hi. NYC is all about change. Where there is mass transit it is a good thing to maximize buildings. Larger buildings will lead to the ability to maintain affordability for all residents.

  3. A disaster
    We are suffocating
    No more space on the side walk to walk or to cross

  4. David in Bushwick: no one cares about your opinions or your fatuous comments. Literally no one. You’re on the wrong website.

  5. I toured this building as a consultant with the owner some years ago, and I can tell you, judging from the inside, this building needs to go. It is outdated, small floor plates, not aaesthetically pleasing from the outside, and honestly, the building felt like something I would expect to see in Cleveland or somewhere else, not NYC. It was so shoddy inside, and no amount of renovation could fix it, I believe. I hate to see historic buildings go, but to this one, I say good riddance.

  6. Manhattan resident | October 31, 2019 at 10:28 am | Reply

    Isn’t that the building where they filmed portions of “Taxi Diver” (the scenes where DeNiro starts to stalk Cybill Shepherd, with Albert Brooks stepping in to stop)?

  7. This building building was the home to Atlantic Records studio for more than 35 years. Hundreds of classic records including Aretha Franklin’s Respect, Cream’s Disraeli Gears, and John Coltrane’s Giant Steps were recorded in this building. Another piece of MYC history bites the dust.

  8. It’s a shame old NY is disappearing, 1845 Bway a popular bar in the past is the only building left that can be seen in vintage photos of this area. I grew up in this neighborhood and it’s no longer affordable or a working class neighborhood.

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