Permits Filed for 2750-2754 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem, Manhattan

2750-2754 Fredrick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem, Manhattan2750-2754 Fredrick Douglass Boulevard via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for two mixed-use buildings at 2750-2754 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem, Manhattan. The concrete-based structures will rise six stories at 2750 Fredrick Douglass Boulevard and eight stories at 2754 Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Located between West 146th Street and West 147th Street, the lot is two blocks south of the 148th Street Lenox Terminal subway station, serviced by the 3 train. It is also situated three blocks east of the 145th Street subway station, serviced by the A, B, C, and D trains. Josef Goodman under the FDB 13 LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.

The building at 2750 Frederick Douglass Boulevard will be 72 feet tall and yield 16,731 square feet. With 9,722 square feet designated for residential space, it will have 14 units. The property will also have 1,751 square feet of commercial space and 809 square feet of community facilities. The building at 2754 Frederick Douglass Boulevard will be 80 feet tall and yield 15,548 square feet. With 9,834 square feet designated for residential space, it will have 13 units. This structure will also have 1,609 square feet of commercial space and 138 square feet of community facilities.

Nicholas Kazalas of NDKazalas Architecture is responsible for the design.

Demolition permits will likely not be needed as the lots are vacant. An estimated completion date has not been announced.

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2 Comments on "Permits Filed for 2750-2754 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem, Manhattan"

  1. The photo is not of the correct empty lot (though 2750 is very close). The actual lot is across the street on the east side of FDB and encompasses 3 empty parcels.

  2. Have they renamed this part of Harlem yet with some catchy real estate friendly moniker like SoHa or like the “Piano District” in the South Bronx?

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