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Eight-Story, 134-Unit Mixed-Use Building Rises to Third Floor at 2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, Harlem

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Back in December of 2015, foundation work was reportedly underway for the eight-story, 134-unit mixed-use building at 2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, located between West 137th and 138th streets in northern Harlem. Now, construction on the structure is is three stories above street level, Harlem+Bespoke reported. The project, dubbed The Renny, will encompass 198,497 square feet. It will include 17,879 square feet of ground-floor retail space, in addition to 22,327 square feet of space for a religious facility across portions of the cellar through fifth floors.
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11-Story Apartment Building Planned to Replace Harlem Church at 20 West 116th Street

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When a New York City church can’t afford to repair its own building, it’s only a matter of time until it ends up in the hands of real estate developers. Such was the case with the Harlem Baptist Temple Church at 20 West 116th Street, which was partially demolished by…

New Construction on 110th and Manhattan – UPDATE

Three weeks ago we first reported that construction had begun Construction Begins” on 110th street and Manhattan Avenue for a new Condominium.  Well we now have an update with the final design of Manhattan Tower and information from GF55 Partners.  It appears the condo tower will stand 22 stories high making it the tallest new development in South Harlem in the last couple of years.  I believe 5th On the Park is the tallest.  At this time being referred to as Manhattan Tower it will offer a total of 69 units with direct Central Park views.

Only three weeks back there was one crane on the site and there are now two. This is a good sign that construction is moving along nicely towards a final completion date of January 2014.

We will continue to keep you posted on South Harlem’s newest development.