Marin Architects Reveals Residential Building at 140 West Fordham Road in University Heights, The Bronx

Rendering of 140 West Fordham Road - Marin Architects / Stagg GroupRendering of 140 West Fordham Road - Marin Architects / Stagg Group

New renderings offer a look at a seven-story residential building in the University Heights section of The Bronx. The development is located at the corner of West Fordham Road and Loring Place North, and is expected to debut as 140 West Fordham Road, with 2332 Loring Place listed as the secondary address.

Designed by Marin Architects, the structure features an understated masonry façade comprised of gray, brown, and red brick. Within, the building will support 54 rental units averaging approximately 776 square feet apiece. The project team has not released any updates regarding amenity spaces. Additional confirmed components will include a rear yard and enclosed parking area for 27 vehicles.

In total, the building will span 52,465 square feet and will replace a single-story bar and an associated parking lot.

Rendering of 140 West Fordham Road - Marin Architects / Stagg Group

Rendering of 140 West Fordham Road – Marin Architects / Stagg Group

Rendering of 140 West Fordham Road - Marin Architects / Stagg Group

Rendering of 140 West Fordham Road – Marin Architects / Stagg Group

Jay Martino of the Stagg Group is listed as owner on associated applications for the development. Demolition permits have not been filed with the city’s Department of Buildings and it is uncertain when the project will be completed.

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6 Comments on "Marin Architects Reveals Residential Building at 140 West Fordham Road in University Heights, The Bronx"

  1. You and I have the same taste, I think so. And I found its density on big corners, significance to see. Developers please don’t turn upside down this project: Thank you.

  2. Looking for 1 bedroom/ studio for single employed woman. Any suggestions please leave me a comment

  3. Does it loom like that block needs more people. Overcrowding is already a issue. We have enough shelters,SRO and Supportive housing on this block. It has gotten worse after they have moved in.

  4. I’m looking for one bedroom apt for my mom she have section 8 voucher for the past 10 years, she be leaving in the same apt for the past 5 years she is ready to move to a different apt.

  5. I don’t know if I am being mean (and I dont want to be)…. but are these NYC renderings as basic as 1995? It’s 2020 and its NYC!
    Looks like a 21 year old in a weak architecture school.

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