Exclusive New Renderings Of Harlem’s Future Tallest Skyscraper

February 24, 2019

A new mixed-use residential skyscraper by JFrankl Associates is scheduled to rise at 260-270 West 126th Street in Central Harlem reports NY Yimby. Renderings have recently been released for the upcoming 385,000 square foot structure. Along with apartments, there will also be a church on the ground floor and a three-story theater. The Thomas Memorial Wesleyan Methodist Church partially occupies the property. The location of the proposed 42-story tower sits to the west of the famous Apollo Theater and has been used as a parking lot for a number of years. The dimensions of the site are about 125 feet long and 10 feet deep.

The residential lobby will be found through a floor-to-ceiling glass wall, along West 126th Street. To the east of the residences will be 1,300 square feet of commercial space. A separate set of doors to the west of the main lobby will direct visitors to the proposed church in the back of the property. The design also includes a classroom, a kitchen with prep room, a meeting room, and administrative areas. Two mechanical floors separate the four-story podium from the start of the apartments on the seventh floor. There will be 34 residential floors, evenly stacked on top of each other, averaging 8,700 square feet per level. The diagram below shows over 10 feet of space between each green-colored section. The forty-first and forty-second floor will house mechanical units.

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Photo credit: Rendering by JFrankl Associates.


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