The developer Artimus, on June 5, was issued a temporary certificate of occupancy for construction of a 104-unit, 97,780-square-foot residential building at 251 West 117th Street in Central Harlem.
The plans, pre-filed on August 25, 2017, call for the construction of a 120-foot tall, 13-story residential building.
The project is described in the filings as: new 13-story R-2 (residential apartment) building.
The ground floor of the building has a fitness room, laundry facilities, a play room, residential lobby, tenant amenity space, and two dwelling units, per the plans. Floors two through nine each have nine units, the 10th and 11th floors each have eight units, and floors 12 and 13 each have seven units. Floors 10 and 12 both have private terraces while the roof has recreation space and private terraces for tenants on the 13th floor.
An affordable lottery launched for 32 of the building’s units in December of last year. However, there were reports that the affordable rents were actually above the Harlem median rent.
Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects, DPC was the architect for the development.
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