Construction is nearing completion on the Taystee Lab Building, an 11-story mixed-use project at 450 West 126th Street in the Manhattanville section of West Harlem. Designed by LEVENBETTS and SLCE Architects and developed by Janus Property Group, the 350,000-square-foot building will yield Class A office space and state-of-the-art lab facilities, as well as space for organizations devoted to life sciences, technology, academic and non-profit programs, retail, and the arts. The property gets its name from the Taystee Cake Bakery Factory, which formerly stood on the site. BR+A Consulting Engineers is helping to construct the structure and LendLease is serving as construction manager.
Janus Property Company
The Taystee Lab Building at 450 West 126th Street recently topped out in West Harlem. The 11-story structure comprises 350,000 square feet and will eventually contain a mix of Class A office space and state-of-the-art lab facilities. The Janus Property Group is responsible for development of the building, while LendLease served as construction manager.
As we have reported, the Landmarks Preservation Commission is in the process of dealing with the backlog of 95 items that have been on its calendar since before 2010, some for decades. That process took a big step forward Tuesday, with 30 sites remaining on the calendar as priorities for designation vote by the end of 2016. Five sites were removed from the calendar for lack of merit.
Preservationists have fought to landmark the former Yuengling Brewery complex in West Harlem, but some of the late 19th century buildings may bite the dust for a 12-story commercial and community facility building at 460 West 128th Street.
A fresh set of renderings are up for Harlem’s Taystee Building, at 450 West 126th Street, which will anchor the wider Manhattanville Factory District. The project is located between Amsterdam and Morningside Avenues, and is…