Permits Approved For 140 Hillside Avenue In Inwood, Manhattan

Rendering of 140 Hillside Avenue - J Frankl AssociatesRendering of 140 Hillside Avenue - J Frankl Associates

Local developer Read Property Group has received approval on permits filed for a new seven-story residential building in Inwood, Manhattan. The development is located at 140 Hillside Avenue with architectural design by J Frankl Associates.

Following this early milestone achievement, the design team has made public new renderings of the residential building. The illustration reveals a simple brick façade with alternating segments of light and dark brown masonry. Portions of the seventh floor are setback to support what appears to be private terraces for the most premium units.

When complete, the development will comprise 26,466 square feet of residential area. This includes 26 individual apartments measuring over 1,000 square feet apiece. At this time, it is unclear whether the units will debut as condominium or rental properties.

An estimated date of completion has also not been revealed by the project team.

140 Hillside Avenue in New Hyde Park, Manhattan

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3 Comments on "Permits Approved For 140 Hillside Avenue In Inwood, Manhattan"

  1. Thanks to YIMBY: I’m almost running out of time to comment in your rendering, leave a space for other followers to appreciate. And congratulate its design on an ongoing development.

  2. Change the windows and it won’t look like a motel. It all come into its own and I’ll approve it at that point.

  3. Zoning Handbook | November 22, 2019 at 2:58 pm | Reply

    YIMBY seems to always make comments like this:

    “When complete, the development will comprise 26,466 square feet of residential area. This includes 26 individual apartments measuring over 1,000 square feet apiece.”

    That’s not how it works. The ZSF for residential area includes common areas like hallways and amenities, the mailroom and lobby, etc, so any average apartment size will be a lower number than simply dividing the residential area by the number of units. Granted, a small building with minimal hallways and amenities will have a number closer to that figure but on big buildings with a lot of hallway space this can be significant. Please fix how your word this, perhaps by using the word “gross”.

    In this case the average actual apartment size will probably be closer to 900 SF.

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