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W. 125th St. Gets a Makeover; 150 E. 72nd St. 80 Percent Sold

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WEST HARLEM—Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects' $14.5 million streetscape enhancement project for West 125th Street between Old Broadway and the Hudson River is now underway. The project aims to provide better connectivity between the West Harlem Piers park and preempts the development of Columbia University's Manhattanville campus extension. The project also reclaims a portion of West 125th Street to increase the public right of way for pedestrians and create more open space. Additionally, the site will bring seating and lighting features to the area, notably a light on the IRT Broadway Line Viaduct will have a motion sensor that triggers dynamic lighting as trains approach. [CurbedWire inbox; additionally]

UPPER EAST SIDE—The Macklowe Properties condo conversion of a 100-year-old building at 150 East 72nd Street is now 80-percent sold and in-contract. The building's remaining residences all exceed 3,500-square-feet and are priced from $8.5 million to $15.5 million. [CurbedWire inbox; previously]

150 East 72nd Street

150 East 72nd Street, New York, NY 10021