Riseboro permitted for 164-unit resi building in Washington Heights

Riseboro Community Partnership, on February 25, was given a permit for construction of a 164-unit, 107,137-square-foot residential building at 37 Hillside Avenue in Washington Heights. Ryan Cassidy filed the plans.

The permits issued were plumbing permits. The foundation and new building permits were issued the week earlier.

The plans, pre-filed on June 7, 2019, call for the construction of a 95-foot tall, nine-story residential building.

The project is described in the filings as: erect nine-story new building.

The ground floor of the building will have a place of worship, library, office, lobby, and recreation space, per the plans. The second floor will have a recreation space, terrace, and 17 dwelling units. Floors three through seven will each have 22 dwelling units per floor, the eighth floor will have 18 dwelling units, a lounge, and a terrace, while the ninth floor will have 19 dwelling units.

The housing residences will be for seniors, per a report.

SLCE Architects is listed as the architect.

Demolition plans have not been filed.

An estimated completion date has not been announced.

The property was acquired for $8 million on August 20, 2020.

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