Last September, Blumenfeld Development Group received all the approvals needed to convert the five-story commercial property at 41 Great Jones Street, in NoHo, into a six-story, three-unit residential building. Construction was supposed to start that November, but work never kicked off and now the 14,431-square-foot property is on the market for $21 million, Curbed NY reported. The conversion project was designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and will more than likely be carried out if a new developer acquires the building. As currently planned, the existing building would be expanded by a single story to total 16,395 square feet. There would be two duplexes and a triplex unit, each averaging a very spacious 4,444 square feet.
41 Great Jones Street
Earlier this year, the LPC approved the conversion of a five-story commercial structure into a six-story, three-unit residential building at 41 Great Jones Street, in NoHo. Now Community Board 2 has approved the building for residential use, according to Real Estate Weekly. The units will be condominiums — two duplexes and a triplex — spanning a total of 13,333 square feet. The exterior will also be restored, and construction is slated to begin this November. Blumenfeld Development Group is developing, while Morris Adjmi Architects is designing.
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