Certes Partners and United Management, on May 6, were issued a temporary certificate of occupancy for construction of a 36-unit, 75,003-square-foot residential condominium building, Dahlia at 212 West 95th Street in the Upper West Side. The current sellout price for the condo is $153 million, according to the New York State Attorney General’s office.
The Department of Building plans, pre-filed on July 29, 2015, called for the construction of a 223-foot tall, 20-story, residential building.
The project is described in the filings as: filing 20-story residential NB as per plans filed herewith. The condominium number is CD180324, and was made effective July 29, 2019.
Building plans show that the ground floor has a non-commercial art gallery along with a lobby and community facility. The second floor also has a non-commercial art gallery and community facility, in addition to outdoor space, a residential lounge, and accessory amenity space for children. The building has five duplex apartments and 31 class A apartments, four of which have private outdoor terraces. The 19th floor also has a private terrace for residents below.
RKTB was the architect behind the development.
The property, under the address 206 West 95th Street, was previously occupied by the notoriously troubled Camden Hotel. The former SRO was used as emergency housing for individuals suffering from HIV. Among the troubled incidents that occurred there was the fatal stabbing of a front desk worker by one of the building’s residents.
The property was acquired for $15.0 million on August 6, 2014.
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