H. Holding Group and Klosed Properties file plans to convert warehouse to office with retail space in Mott Haven.

Sharon Hakmon’s H. Holding Group, on May 29, filed a permit application for a $194,005 change in use of a 74,887-square-foot office building at 780 135th Street in Mott Haven.

The plans call for no change in size but a change in use of the 54-foot tall, 5-story, building.

The project is described in the filings as: herewith filing alteration type 1 (one) for interior renovation to an existing five-story brick warehouse with cellar to convert in to office building, and obtain new certificate of occupancy. No enlargement. Change of use only. The initial cost as reported in the DOB filing for the work described in this permit application is $194,005.

The ground floor of the building will have room for two retail stores, per the plans. The cellar and floors two through five will all be converted to offices.

The pair of investors acquired the property for $17.5 million on November 26, 2019, from Adi Altmark’s Altmark Group, Joe Tabak’s Princeton Holdings. and Eli Tabak’s Bluestone Group. The pricing came out to be $190 per foot – at the time of the purchase, it was one of the highest prices paid over the last two years for a property in the area.

The warehouse had been used to film HBO’s series “The Deuce”.

Gerald J. Caliendo will be the architect behind the project.

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