Farhadian Mansour, doing business as Pennsylvania Holdings LLC, has filed applications for a six-story, 10-unit mixed-use building at 152 East 106th Street, in East Harlem, located three blocks north of the 103rd Street Station on the 6 train. The project will measure 8,021 square feet in total and includes a 1,437 square-foot retail component on the ground floor. Residential units begin on the second floor and will average a rental-sized 658 square feet apiece. One of the units located on the sixth floor will also feature a seventh-floor penthouse. Sion Hourizadeh’s Floral Park-based Sion Associates is the architect of record.
Just before New Year’s Eve, the Salvation Army filed plans for 11 stories of affordable senior housing and community facilities at the corner of East 125th Street and Third Avenue in East Harlem.
Over the summer, a black-and-white rendering was posted at the site of the planned 12-story, 75-unit mixed-use building at 69 East 125th Street, in East Harlem, and now a higher resolution rendering has surfaced, per Real Estate Weekly. Kutnicki Bernstein Architects is designing the rental building, which will include 5,643 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Twenty percent of the residential units will be rented at below-market rates. The site’s predecessors were demolished this past August, and completion is expected in the spring of 2017. Greystone Property Development is behind the project.
The City’s Economic Development Corporation and Housing Preservation and Development have launched a request for proposals for the vacant, 7,000 square-foot development site located at 2321-2325 Third Avenue, in East Harlem between East 126th and 127th Streets, according to DNAinfo. The site boasts 70,000 square feet of commercial development rights and is located directly adjacent to the site of a planned 115,000 square-foot proton beam therapy center. The commercial project is just a small portion of the two-block mega-development dubbed E125. The blocks bounded by East 125th through 127th Streets and Second and Third Avenues will eventually be home to 1,000 residential units, up to 700,000 square feet of commercial space and at least 30,000 square feet of community space. 800 of the residential units will rent at below-market rates.
A seven-story, 11-unit supportive housing project is currently rising at 166 East 100th Street, on the southern side of East Harlem, DNAinfo reports. The building will measure 10,060 square feet and should boast relatively large units, which will eventually house the formerly homeless. Urban Pathways is expected to run and own the the facility upon completion. Extell Development is building the housing in an effort to obtain a zoning bonus for an undisclosed project within Community Board 11’s district. Extell acquired the Pathmark store at 160 East 125th Street for $39 million last year; it closed in November.