The theater, which first came up for LPC consideration in 1970, was finally granted protection status in December 2016, but the owner says that the decision was made without his input or consideration.
It maybe all the way uptown in the Hudson Heights section of Washington Heights, and it might be on the smaller side for a one-bedroom, but where it lacks in those departments, the co-op more than makes up for in several other areas.
Following Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez's decision to not support the proposed rezoning of Inwood that would allow for a 15-story residential building in a low-rise neighborhood, City Council has voted to reject the project.
The city’s Economic Development Corporation is currently studying the neighborhood for a rezoning effort that could see the creation of taller towers. The study is in accordance with Mayor Bill de Blasio’s affordable housing agenda.
The company wouldn’t provide the exact addresses of the buildings, but the release says the buildings are all five-story walk-ups, and are located on Sherman Avenue, Vermilyea Avenue, Post Avenue, and Academy Street.
Some of the standout features in this unit include nine-foot tall beamed ceilings, basket weave floors, and nine windows. Amenities in the building include a tranquil looking courtyard garden, laundry, and bike storage.
The site of this new education center was once occupied by a six-story townhouse that the university owned. That building was demolished to make way the new, state-of-the-art, 14-story medical and graduate education center.
The eight-story building, which is known as HAP Four, will span 74,343 square feet and include 47 rentals varying in size from one-to-three bedroom apartments. The site was once part of a row of wooden houses that were demolished early last year.