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Renovations Planned at 37-Story, 265-Unit Rental Tower at 1735 York Avenue, Upper East Side

Earlier this month, Bonjour Capital entered into contract to purchase, for roughly $140 million, the 37-story, 265-unit rental apartment tower at 1735 York Avenue, located on the corner of East 90th Street, in the Yorkville section of the Upper East Side. The future owner is planning to renovate and rebrand the residential tower, currently dubbed the Hamilton, as the Serrano. Renderings of the renovation have now been revealed by The Real Deal. It appears upgrades will be made to the lobby and the amenity areas. Existing amenities in the 280,0000square-foot building include tenant services, a fitness center, an outdoor patio, a rooftop deck, a children’s playroom, and a greenhouse. Bonjour Capital recently secured $104 million in financing for the acquisition. The tower was built in 1986 by Glenwood Management.



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Permits Filed For Lightstone’s 18-Story Residential Building At 40 East End Avenue, Yorkville

Back in June, YIMBY reported on the Lightstone Group’s acquisition of the six-story building at 40 East End Avenue, at East 81st Street in Yorkville. Permits were filed at the end of October with a support of excavation filing on Friday, and now new details can be reported. The plan is still demolition of the existing building in favor of an 18-story building, rising to 210 feet. The plan reported in June called for 30 condominium units, but the filing shows 29 units.

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20 East End Avenue

17-Story, 43-Unit Residential Building Tops Out At 20 East End Avenue, Upper East Side

Earlier this year, construction kicked off on the 17-story, 43-unit residential building planned at 20 East End Avenue, between East 80th and 81st Street on the Upper East Side, and now the structure has topped out, per photos by Tectonic. Residential units will average just under 3,300 square feet apiece, ranging from two- to six-bedroom configurations. Installation of the brick façade is now underway above the second floor, and the bottom two floors will eventually be clad in limestone. Corigin Real Estate Group is developing, Robert A.M. Stern Architects is designing, and completion is expected next year.


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