The Center for Urban Community Services Files Plans To Build 12-Story In Harlem

Patch reports that a Harlem-based nonprofit has filed plans to construct a 12-story building in the neighborhood that would contain more than 100 residential dwelling units, according to development plans filed with the city Department of Buildings.

The Center for Urban Community Services filed plans for the new 119-foot-tall building set to rise on the corner of West 127th Street and Saint Nicholas Avenue, according to plans filed with the DOB. The nonprofit organization provides services such as low-cost and transitional housing, financial stability training and medical and mental health services, according to its website.

The new building will total 96,898 square feet of build able space and 117 dwelling units. People living at the facility will have access to amenities such as laundry, storage and a fitness center. The building will also feature a conference room, community room, computer room and a teaching kitchen with a rooftop garden.

The development will be designed by the firm EQ Architecture & Design, according to building plans.

Photo by Google Maps street view.

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