Rental building planned for St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem

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For the last several years, all Harlem has seen is condo buildings going up-one after the other-especially on or near Frederick Douglass Blvd. Another building is going to be constructed in this Harlem area. However, it’s not going to be a condo. Several sources tell Harlem Gal Inc that the next building to be built from the ground up in Central Harlem will be a rental building and the developer responsible for this will be Hans Futterman. Futterman has built 2280 FDB and several other buildings in the surrounding area in Harlem.

Futterman purchased the space on St. Nicholas Avenue between 121st and 122nd Street. It’s where the gas station use to be. If you walk by you will see that it’s been closed and permits are hanging on the fence. Futterman has told several business people in Harlem that he is going to build a rental building at this location in Harlem since most of what he has built has been condos!

There is no word yet as to what the building will look like in terms of layout or how high. As with most stories, that information will unfold over time.

As for whether this building will be an affordable rental building, I seriously doubt it. Most of what Futterman builds is mid-to-high end. Stay tuned!

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2 responses to “Rental building planned for St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem

  1. Victoria Richardson (Vicky)

    Sadly, I foresee the only true remnants of my “Harlem” will be reduced to one street – 125th – as a historical site. Pray & hope this will not come to fruition…

  2. I’m hoping the rentals will be “affordable,” and not New York standard “affordable.” (I can wish, can’t I?)

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