Exclusive Reveal for New Condominium Development at 3128 Henry Hudson Parkway, Spuyten Duyvil

3128 Henry Hudson Parkway - C3D Architecture

A new condominium residence from R+B Development will soon take shape in Spuyten Duyvil, a historied, Dutch-borne neighborhood of The Bronx that has, in some ways, matured into a suburb for the upper middle class. The project is located at 3128 Henry Hudson Parkway and YIMBY has the exclusive new renderings of the rising structure, designed by C3D Architecture.

The project will stand seven stories tall, with communal, open-air terrace levels at the top. Within, the building will house 46 high-end residences averaging about 860 square feet apiece. Residential facilities will include in-unit washer driers, a fitness center, bicycle storage, and private, cellar-level parking for 23 vehicles. At the exterior, the building is clad in a two-tone brick façade with modest landscaping at the ground-level.

3128 Henry Hudson Parkway – C3D Architecture

The developer has not yet revealed an anticipated date of completion.

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11 Comments on "Exclusive Reveal for New Condominium Development at 3128 Henry Hudson Parkway, Spuyten Duyvil"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Consequently, from your report when I read and see the property. I’m consolable. (Thank you)

  2. So refreshing to have a market-rate new condo development in The Bronx. This building would really pop with metal casement windows; the proposed fenestration dulls down the bldg jand gives it more of an institutional look.

    Love Spuyten Duyvil; Bronx rising!

  3. Considering the topgraphy and location on the parkway, that rooftop might have some great views of the Manhattan skyline.

  4. Brian Andersson | February 7, 2019 at 10:06 am | Reply

    “historied, Dutch-borne neighborhood”?? What does that mean? But I do appreciate that you’ve called it by its correct name, as opposed to “Riverdale.”

  5. Shannon Lee Gilstad | February 11, 2019 at 3:02 pm | Reply

    This is just sad. People move to Spuyten Duyvil for the quiet and small-scale homes, not to live on top of each other. I see gentrification has also reared its ugly head here.

    • This is not gentrification. Chances are the new residents will be of a similar income to those who already live here. No one is being displaced either.

      And there are already multiple apartment buildings in this area, including adjacent. Nothing sad about that.

  6. I hope and pray that this development goes through. I strongly believe that this developer got so much pushback because of the color of his skin.I wonder if he was white would the community have shut it down? Sounds like racists community boards.Im just saying.

  7. I am interested in the project as potential home buyer. Is it possible to know further details? Thanks

  8. This looks like an ugly glass and cement box. There is no green space at all, which is completely out of character for Spuyten Duyvil. It’s quite horrible actually.

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