HAP Investment Developers has proposed updated designs for “HAP 7,” a sprawling 129-unit project in Fort George, Manhattan. Located on a corner lot at 4452 Broadway, the new, mixed-use building will rise 7 stories and contain nearly 88,000 square feet of residential area. While filings indicate a mixed-use function, the new permits do not detail an exact allocation of mixed use area.
HAP Investment Developers is proposing a 16-story, 241-unit mixed-use building at 4452 Broadway, in Fort George, four blocks from the 1 train’s stop at 191st Street. The developer initially filed plans for an eight-story, 98-unit mixed-use condo project, which would have been an as-of-right development. According to DNAinfo, the latest proposal must be approved by the city, and a public hearing at Community Board 12 is scheduled on September 2nd. The existing single-story commercial building was filed for demolition in 2014.
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