Work Wrapping Up on Five-Story, Five-Unit Residential Conversion at 120 West 118th Street, Harlem

120 West 118th Street120 West 118th Street. Image via Harlem+Bespoke

Moshe Granit, doing business as an anonymous Midtown-based LLC, is wrapping up construction of a five-story, five-unit residential conversion project at 120 West 118th Street, in Harlem. The apartment building was formerly a 12-unit SRO (single-room occupancy), but now is being returned to legal status as a five-family property, Harlem+Bespoke reports. In the process, the structure received a single-story addition, increasing the building’s square-footage to 9,300 square feet. With 6,360 square feet in residential space, the units should average a spacious 1,272 square feet, indicative of condominiums. Mati Yaacobi’s NoMad-based MYLM Architects is the architect of record. The building sits within the Mount Morris Park Historic District Extension, which was designated in 2015.

120 West 118th Street

120 West 118th Street in 2014. Photo by Christopher Bride via PropertyShark

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1 Comment on "Work Wrapping Up on Five-Story, Five-Unit Residential Conversion at 120 West 118th Street, Harlem"

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