Where there once was a BP gas station, there will soon be a curved, glassy apartment building. Last December, it was revealed that a mixed-use building would replace a gas station on Central Park's northwest corner at 2040 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, and now Harlem Gal has the first rendering of the building, showing a 12-story building with multiple setbacks. The curved facade is mostly glass and dominated by floor-to-ceiling windows, but the side will be clad in grey brick. FXFOWLE designed the structure, and permits filed with the Department of Buildings show that it will measure 87,776 square feet and hold 50 units. Artimus Construction is the developer, and Harlem Gal notes that the construction fence sign says it will be complete by winter 2017.
· View rendering of new Harlem condo going up on 110th and Central Park North [Harlem Gal]
· All 2040 Frederick Douglass Boulevard coverage [Curbed]