Trevive Global submits $26M condo plan for 10-unit building in UWS

On March 22, Trevive Global submitted a condominium plan for 10 residential units at 324 West 108th Street in the Upper West Side neighborhood of Manhattan.

The condo plan, CD220068, has a current price of $26.45 million listed with the New York State Attorney General. Orly Gilat, Hamutal Lieberman, and Nimrod Ginsburg are listed as members.

The developer purchased the site for just north of $11.7 million in February of 2015.

In June of 2018, the developer filed alteration (A1) plans with the city’s Department of Buildings to convert an office building at the site to a six-story, 71-foot tall, 23,671-square-foot residential building with 10 dwelling units. The cost of the project was listed as $4,834,927.

The plans were permitted in March of 2018.

Per the plans, the ground floor of the building will have a lobby and two dwelling units. Floors two through four will each have two dwelling units per floor, while floors four and five will each have one dwelling unit. The units will be a mix of two-bedroom and three-bedroom units.

Below are zoning diagrams of the development.

According to a report, the building will be for residents that are 55 years of age or older.

According to the development’s website, the building will have several amenities, including a co-working space, fitness center, lounge, and terrace.

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