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East Harlem Unfurls Tapestry

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Developers aren't shying away from East Harlem in these uncertain times, The Real Estate Reports: On Tuesday, Jonathan Rose Companies broke ground on the first affordable housing and mixed-income apartment building in East Harlem developed to LEED Silver standards. Called Tapestry, the 12-story, 185-unit building, with 8,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, will rise at 124th Street and Second Avenue, at the base of what's becoming today officially the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. [TRE]

Tapestry

245 E 124th St., New York, NY 10035