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Old Yuengling Storehouse May Give Way to Offices In Harlem

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Part of a Harlem warehouse built by Yuengling in 1883 as an ale storehouse may give way to a mixed-use building, New York YIMBY reports. Developer Janus has filed plans to erect a 12-story commercial and community facility on the site at 460 West 128th Street between Convent and Amsterdam avenues.

According to plans filed with the Department of Buildings, the ground floor would have retail space and floors two through five would have medical offices. The top seven floors would give way to offices.

Janus has filed plans to demolish the building, but YIMBY points out that the block-long stretch of warehouses has been calendared for consideration in front of the Landmarks Preservation Commission for 25 years, and is set to be heard by the agency next week. Should the project move forward, HOK is poised to design.
· Janus Files Plans To Redevelop Part Of Yuengling Brewery Complex At 460 West 128th Street, Harlem [YIMBY]