Mark Irgang, on March 21, filed a permit application for construction of a 162-unit, 119,064-square-foot mixed-use building at 35 West 125th Street in Central Harlem, Manhattan.
The estimated job cost for the development is listed as $50 million.
There have been 16 new building plans, including these, filed in Harlem in the previous 12 months. Of the 16 plans, these plans call for the construction of the second most dwelling units.
The plans call for the construction of a 195-foot-tall, 21-story building and were filed with the New York City Department of Buildings under job number M00671589. The development site spans one tax lot.
The project is described in the filing as: proposed 21-story mixed-use building with 162 dwelling units. Commercial store at ground floor level.
Per the plans, the ground floor of the building will have retail space and a residential lobby. The second floor will have indoor and outdoor recreation space and six dwelling units. Floors three through eight will each have nine dwelling units per floor, the 11th floor will have five dwelling units and a terrace, and floors 12 through 21 will each have eight dwelling units per floor. The cellar will have an arts and entertainment area with a capacity of 108 people.
The architect listed is Menzak Architect, P.C.
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