Permits Filed for 4560 Broadway in Fort George, Manhattan

4560 Broadway in Fort George, Manhattan4560 Broadway via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for an eight-story mixed-use building at 4560 Broadway in Fort George, Manhattan. Located at the intersection of Nagle Avenue and Broadway, the corner lot is closest to the 190th Street subway station, serviced by the A train. Largavista Companies is listed as the owner behind the applications.

Outdated rendering of 4560 Broadway, a new one has not been released. Courtesy of Largavista Companies

Outdated rendering of 4560 Broadway, a new one has not been released. Courtesy of Largavista Companies

4560 Broadway in Fort George, Manhattan

4560 Broadway via Google Maps

The proposed 85-foot-tall development will yield 97,120 square feet, with 62,473 square feet designated for residential space and 10,122 square feet for commercial space. The building will have 86 residences, most likely rentals based on the average unit scope of 726 square feet. The concrete-based structure will also have 43 enclosed parking spaces.

Fogarty Finger Architecture is listed as the architect of record. A sketch of the building on Largavista’s website reveals a contemporary design with an angled footprint and several setbacks topped with landscaped terraces above a double-height podium. Although it’s unclear what the exterior makeup will be, the drawing appears to show the building clad in glass with a staggered mullion pattern.

Demolition permits have not been filed yet. An estimated completion date has not been announced.

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6 Comments on "Permits Filed for 4560 Broadway in Fort George, Manhattan"

  1. Interesting.

  2. 8 story? It looks twice that tall. Look at the people in the sketch.. That can’t be right.


    • True, I count it as “8 story duplexes” maybe…

    • It’s R7-2, so there is no story cap, just a height/massing formula to follow (unless they are following QH, which is possible but I doubt it based on the hard height cap that would involve). In any case, nice infill without going through the spot rezoning charade.

  3. Looks to be a perfectly fine as of right development under R7-2.
    Which shows how the opportunistic rezoning attempt for Sherman Plaza up the block was exactly the BS that it was called out to be. Everyone who bought that con man pitch, including YIMBY, should be apologizing to the opponents who simply wanted existing zoning respected. This is a good precedent; Sherman Plaza will likely be next with something similar.

    • as i recall, this site was once a gas station and i also recall reading it was a toxic site which the article doesn’t mention. a quick search found nothing so now i’m extremely curious.

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