Pentacostal Faith Church has filed applications for an eight-story, 32-unit mixed-use building at the vacant corner-lot of 400 Lenox Avenue, in Harlem, at West 130th Street. Within the 31,950 square-foot structure, a religious facility will measure 8,100 square feet, and commercial space will take up another 1,940 square feet; Zambrano Architectural Design is the architect of record, and the site’s three-story predecessor was demolished in 2005.
Homeless women’s non-profit WIN (Women in Need) has a new four-story office building in the works at 13 West 118th Street in central Harlem.
Harlem + Bespoke noticed progress on the renovation taking place at 801-807 St. Nicholas Avenue, on 150th Street in Sugar Hill. NYC Housing Preservation and Development is creating 42 affordable residential units within the six-story, 52,850 square-foot building, and OCV Architects is designing. The restoration appears almost complete, and opening is likely in the coming months.
Joseph Aizer is expanding and renovating the existing four-story townhouse at 4 West 126th Street, in central Harlem, to six stories and 6,220 square feet, accommodating seven residential units. Construction is currently on-going, reports Harlem + Bespoke, and David Turner is designing.
Harlem + Bespoke spotted a rendering on-site at 131 West 122nd Street, in central Harlem, where a four-story townhouse is being expanded and renovated to five stories and 10 residential units. The existing façade will be preserved, and the top floor will feature a penthouse; DJLU Architect is designing.