Renderings from IMC Architecture offer a first look at a new 12-story mixed-use building in the Concourse Village section of The Bronx. Located at 299 East 161st Street, less than a mile away from Yankee Stadium, the property will top out at 124 feet with about 143,600 buildable square feet. Components include a mix of small residential apartments and ground-floor retail.
The residential component will occupy 103,256 square feet and support an anticipated 154 residences. Considering these measurements, each home will average around 670 square feet. While it is unknown if the project team has yet confirmed any future retail tenants, permits submitted to the Department of Buildings specify approximately 13,800 square feet of ground-floor commercial area.
The façade features a mix of gray concrete and dark brick masonry and typical floor-to-ceiling windows along 161st Street. A setback above the 11th floor could indicate communal outdoor space or a large private terrace.
The owner of the property is listed as Jack Weiss, CEO of Integra Development Group. The firm has not commented on when the project is expected to break ground.