Renderings have been revealed of 375 West 207th Street, also known as 3875 Ninth Avenue, a new mixed-use building in Manhattan’s Inwood neighborhood. Developed by Maddd Equities and designed by Aufgang Architects, the tower will rise 30 stories and eventually house 614 units.
According to the permits filed back in 2018, the 599,121-square-foot development will allocate 484,972 square feet to residential space and 61,664 square feet to commercial space, and include 122 enclosed parking spaces. It is unclear what, if any, amenities will be available to residents.
The rendering depicts an orthodox grid of windows and a beige masonry curtain wall. The façade features alternating patterns in varying tones of brown. The first and second stories will house retail space, with frontage along both West 207th Street and Ninth Avenue. The only setback on the street-facing exterior is at the tenth floor of the podium, although others are seen on the northern and eastern elevations. The 20-story tower in same beige façade culminates in a flat parapet.
375 West 207th Street is located two blocks away from the 207th Street subway station, serviced by the 1 train, and four blocks from the 207th Street subway station, serviced by the A train.