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1646 Amsterdam Avenue in Harlem, Manhattan.

Affordable Housing Units Still Available at 1646 Amsterdam Avenue in Harlem, Manhattan

The affordable housing lottery has launched for 1646 Amsterdam Avenue, a five-story mixed-use building in Harlem, Manhattan. Built in 1920, the 8,520-square-foot development yields eight residential units and one commercial tenant. Available on NYC Housing Connect are four units for residents at 120 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $82,800 to $177,600.

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565 Manhattan Avenue in Harlem, Manhattan

Mannie Wilson Towers Receives $18 Million for Building Upgrades in Harlem, Manhattan

Affordable housing development Mannie Wilson Towers in Manhattan’s Harlem neighborhood just received $18.2 million for capital improvements and system upgrades from Merchants Capital New York, a mortgage banking company. Located at 565 Manhattan Avenue, the structure originally debuted in 1892 as Sydenham Hospital which closed in 1980. Owned by West Harlem Group Assistance, Inc., Mannie Wilson Towers currently provides restricted-income housing to senior residents.

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Rendering of dual-tower development One45 in West Harlem - SHoP Architects

Preliminary Renderings Reveal a Dual-Tower Mixed-Use Development in West Harlem, Manhattan

Renderings from SHoP Architects reveal One45, a proposed mixed-use development that will house the new Museum of Civil Rights, income restricted housing, and unspecified community facilities. The development site comprises a five-lot assemblage in West Harlem between 144th and 145th Streets, Lenox Avenue, and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard. Elevation diagrams for the proposed buildings reveal an 85-foot-tall base with two towers, each rising to a height of approximately 363 feet. Roof mechanicals account for an additional 30 vertical feet.

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