Sales are now underway for Claremont Hall, a 41-story condominium property at 100 Claremont Avenue in Morningside Heights, Manhattan. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) and SLCE Architects and developed in collaboration by Lendlease, Daiwa House Texas, and LMXD, an affiliate of L+M Development Partners, the building comprises 165 condominiums as well as classrooms, office space, and faculty housing for the Union Theological Seminary.
This week the New York City Department of Buildings issued a Certificate of Occupancy for Eleven Hancock a new condominium building at 11 Hancock Place in South Harlem. The 12-story property is located between Morningside Avenue and West 124th Street and comprises approximately 130,000 square feet. The residential volume includes 71 residences that range from studios to four-bedroom accommodations.
Exterior work is complete on Eleven Hancock, a 12-story condominium building at 11 Hancock Place in South Harlem, Manhattan. Designed by Issac & Stern Architects for Norto Development, the property yields 71 units ranging from studio to four-bedroom layouts, as well as three floors of retail space on the lower levels.
The Union Theological Seminary is working with architect Beyer Blinder Belle to complete accessibility upgrades to the historic campus in Morningside Heights, Manhattan. Scope of work in this phase of renovation focuses on entryways into the Brown Memorial Tower, a landmarked structure at the southeast corner of the campus.
Demolition appears complete at 3041 Broadway in Morningside Heights, the site of a forthcoming 42-story tower from Robert A. M. Stern Architects. Alternately addressed as 100 Claremont Avenue, the 350,000-square-foot project is being developed by L&M Development Partners and Lendlease with SLCE Architects as the architect of record, and will yield condominiums marketed by Lendlease and L+M, as well as institutional offices, faculty housing, and classrooms for the Union Theological Seminary. Beyer Blinder Belle is handling the ongoing renovation of Union Theological Seminary’s Hastings Hall, where students reside.The partial demolition process began last October and uses purchased air rights from the seminary.