Merchants Capital has provided $104 million in construction financing for a major rehabilitation project at Harlem River Houses and the adjacent Harlem River II Campus, collectively known as Harlem River Houses I and II. The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) public housing complex sits between 151st and 153rd Street, Macombs Place, and Harlem River Drive in Harlem.
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WatermanClark and Brookfield Properties have revealed new renderings of an open-air amenity deck and hospitality suite at the Historic Lever House in Midtown East, Manhattan. Located at 390 Park Avenue, the amenity deck is the latest phase of an ongoing renovation project to repair and enhance the high-rise office tower.
An extensive renovation of the historic ‘Lever House’ in Midtown East officially kicked off this week. Valued at $100 million, the project aims to transform and modernize the commercial property into a boutique office tower, while also restoring areas of the building that have not withstood the tests of time.
The Howard Hughes Corporation has received necessary approvals to construct a new 26-story mixed use development at 250 Water Street in South Street Seaport, Manhattan. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), the tower will comprise a mix of market-rate and affordable rental apartments, an office component, retail space, and community facilities.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) unanimously approved a comprehensive renovation of the historic Harlem River Houses surrounding West 151st Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in Upper Manhattan. The scope of work includes major improvements to the existing landscape design and outdoor recreation areas, lighting and security improvements, new retail storefronts, refurbished apartments, and sustainability improvements.