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Inwood will get a 30-story rental post-rezoning

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The building, which will overlook the Harlem River, will bring 614 apartments to the neighborhood

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Less than a month after the City Council approved a rezoning of Inwood, a massive new residential project has been proposed for the neighborhood. Developer Maddd Equities has pre-filed plans for a 30-story tower at 3875 Ninth Avenue, which is located a short walk away from the 1 train station at 207 street, and overlooks the Harlem River.

YIMBY first reported on the development, which is slated to bring 614 apartments to the neighborhood. Building plans reveal that the residential portion of the building will span over 516,000 square feet, which means apartments here will average 840 square feet. Aside from the apartments, plans also show nearly 66,000 square feet of commercial space.

There’s very little information on amenities at the building right now, but it appears there will be multiple recreation rooms and outdoor spaces, a bike a room, and onsite car parking. Ariel Aufgang Architects is attached to design the project.

In all, the Inwood rezoning concerns a 59-block stretch in the neighborhood, and is expected to create 5,000 new apartments in the neighborhood in the coming years.