East Harlem Building Boom Continues

April 27, 2015

Although permits were filed for this eight-story apartment building in East Harlem way back in 2007, the project has just started to rise out of the recession gutter.

Current developer Volmar Construction acquired the double lot at 318-320 East 112th Street in 2011 for $1.5 million, and is making strides with the 26-apartment building rising between First and Second avenues, YIMBY reports. The Aufgang Architects-designed building currently stands seven stories tall. When complete, it will have a two car garage, a roof deck, two apartments per floor on the first, seventh, and eighth floors, and four apartments each on floors two through six. When complete, it will join a slew of other projects, like the three-tower development planned for atop East River Plaza and a large Karl Fischer-designed building, hoping to bring tons of new apartments to the development-ready neighborhood.


For a current image of the in-progress structure, head on over to YIMBY.

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Photo credit: [Rendering via New York YIMBY.]

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