United Realty has proposed a 10-story, 45,413 square-foot mausoleum at the vacant lot 1532 Madison Avenue, in southern East Harlem. The developer is looking for investors to fund the acquisition of the property, which is on the market for $15 million. The entire project would cost roughly $60 million and would include at least 2,900 crypts and 5,200 niches, according to Investment News.
Yet another East Harlem residential project that stalled during the recession has come back from the dead, this time at 2006 Lexington Avenue, on the corner of East 122nd Street.
A narrow lot at 1661 Madison Avenue, between East 110th Street and Tito Puente Way in East Harlem, may soon sprout a skinny 10-story apartment tower with ground floor retail, according to new building applications filed today.
Yesterday YIMBY brought you a rendering for an East Harlem residential project on East 112th Street, and today we’ve got an update on the rental building underway at 2338 2nd Avenue, at East 120th Street.
Construction permits have revealed plans for LGS Partners’ eight-story, 12-unit mixed-use building measuring 12,830 square feet at the vacant lot of 44 East 132nd Street, in northern East Harlem. It will include a community facility spanning 2,280 square feet. C3D Architecture is the architect of record, and initial permits were filed over the summer of 2014.