Developers Plan 48,000 Square-Foot Retail Redevelopment At 410 West 207th Street, Inwood

410 West 207th Street410 West 207th Street, rendering via Commercial Observer

In December, Taconic Investment Partners and Cogswell-Lee Development Group acquired the ground-lease of 410 West 207th Street, in Inwood. According to Commercial Observer, the developers plan to redevelop the property into commercial-retail space. The site is currently occupied by a single-story, 34,000 square-foot vacant supermarket, formerly a Pathmark. The structure will be renovated to accommodate a new 20,000 square-foot supermarket and multiple smaller retailers. In addition, a 14,000 square-foot retail annex will be built on a section of the parking lot. When construction is completed later this year, parking will be reduced from 200 to 120 car spaces. The property can accommodate a 240,000 square-foot residential development with retail space, although plans for such proposal are not finalized. It sits a stone’s throw away from the 207th Street stop on the 1 train.

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4 Comments on "Developers Plan 48,000 Square-Foot Retail Redevelopment At 410 West 207th Street, Inwood"

  1. Surprised to see any parking lots as part of a Manhattan development.

  2. is this a joke?

  3. They could at least make the buildings look nice. You go to other places (Texas – Dallas area for example) and retail/commercial properties actually have nice looking architecture. They give it some flair instead of just a boring, ugly box.

  4. I wish they need to build a Walmart Supercenter right over there.

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