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Old Posted Sep 9, 2015, 8:53 PM
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First Look at 1399 Park Avenue, 23-Story Tower Coming to East Harlem







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Here’s our first look at Heritage Real Estate Partners’ 23-story, 108-unit residential building underway at 1399 Park Avenue in East Harlem. Designed by Goldstein Hill & West Architects (GHWA), the 253-foot tall, glass and cast-stone tower is expressed as a stack of variably-sized, staggered volumes creating numerous terraces that face north towards the East River and west towards Central Park. Fittingly, Heritage has filed permits under the alias “Heritage on the Park LLC,” possibly hinting at the official name for the tower.

The Jeremy Markowitz-led firm purchased the East Harlem lot at the corner of 104th Street and Park Avenue for $12 million in December of last year. Markowitz told The Real Deal in March that the site took three years to assemble and that he purchased air rights from two neighboring lots. The project overlooks New York Restoration Project’s 103rd Street Community Garden, whose 2004 and 2011 renovation was sponsored by the Walt Disney Company.

While unconfirmed, the tower will most likely contain rentals, and the submitted occupancy schedule indicates that a non-profit institution will occupy its first four levels. Residential amenities will include 54 parking spaces, bike storage, a lounge, outdoor terraces, and a game room.
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Ugly tower.
     
     
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Heritage Real Estate’s 1399 Park Avenue going condo

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Jeremy Markowitz’s planned 23-story East Harlem residential tower looks set to hold condos, after the developer’s Heritage Real Estate Partners filed a “test the market” application with the state attorney general’s office.

Heritage’s original plans for 1399 Park Avenue, located between East 103rd and East 104th streets, called for a 108-unit, 94,000-square-foot development that – thanks in part to a relatively low average unit size of around 870 square feet – was widely reported to hold rentals.

But the developer’s filing with the AG’s office on Jan. 21 indicates the project will now hold 72 condo units, boosting the building’s average unit size to around 1,300 square feet and putting it more on par with new condo development inventory.

Heritage acquired the East Harlem lot for $12 million in late 2014. The developer’s plans for the Goldstein, Hill & West Architects-designed project also include 20,000 square feet of community space on the ground floor and a 54-car parking garage.
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Shame to lose those historic buildings.
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Ugly tower.
Have you seen what it's replacing?
     
     
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Old Posted Jan 26, 2016, 9:43 PM
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Its a terrible loss for the American Crackhouse Association (ACA). But... we must move on and develop the area. A decent filler, and way better than those crack houses. Instead of the rich smell of crack in the morning, the area around the tower will smell of overpiced perfume made from Indonesian flowers and some sort of overpriced tone.
     
     
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Heritage eyes $105M condo sellout in East Harlem



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After scrapping plans to develop a luxury rental building in East Harlem, Heritage Real Estate Partners is targeting a $105 million sellout at its forthcoming condominium at 1399 Park Avenue.

The glass-and-stone building, at the corner of 104th Street, will have 72 condos and a commercial unit, according to an offering plan filed with the attorney general’s office. Plans also call for a mix of studios and one-bedroom apartments, as well as 19,000 square feet of community space.
Heritage declined to comment.

Last week, the Jeremy Markowitz-led firm received a $60 million construction loan for the project from Madison Realty Capital.

Heritage and Markowitz spent two years assembling the East Harlem site. In late December 2014, Heritage paid $12 million for five lots on Park Avenue between 103rd and 104th streets, and it later spent at least $1.4 million more on development rights and easements, according to city property records.

Initial plans called for a 108-unit rental building at the site, as The Real Deal reported.

Earlier this year, the developer switched paths, and filed a “test the market” application with the AG, indicating the building was being positioned as a condominium.

The Corcoran Group is marketing the project, which will be designed by Goldstein, Hill & West Architects.
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Carter Reviews 1399 Park Avenue, East Harlem's New Residential Landmark is Now 40% Sold
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From an unassuming lot overlooking the Park Avenue viaduct is rising 1399 Park Avenue. The well-underway 22-story project will hold 72 condos offering far-reaching views of Central Park and the skyline. The project is being developed by Heritage Real Estate Partners who spent years assembling the site located at 104th Street, one avenue over from Mount Sinai’s hospital campus.

Hill West Architects (HW) are the designers and have shaped a glass and cast-stone-clad structure that staggers significantly as it rises. According to their page, the building rises through a “Mondrian-like” composition of interlocking cubes suspended from a solid vertical spine. Our architecture critic, Carter B. Horsley recently reviewed the building’s design and units. He likens the exterior to the Perkins Eastman-designed complex for Memorial Sloan Kettering and the Hunter College School of Nursing.






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I've been wondering what that was. I've been riding MNRR for about 5yrs and have seen some nice development along that stretch.
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I've been wondering what that was. I've been riding MNRR for about 5yrs and have seen some nice development along that stretch.
That whole corridor is being upzoned for highrises, so the Upper Park Ave. corridor will be massively transformed in the coming years.
     
     
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North Park Tower at 1399 Park Avenue Reaches Pinnacle; Uptown Condos from $645K



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North Park Tower (1399 Park Avenue), an East Harlem building that ranks among CityRealty’s Top New Development Condo Bargains in Upper Manhattan, has reached its full height of 253 feet and the final floor of the 22-story building is being framed. According to designer Hill West, the building’s concrete, metal, and glass design “merges zoning, function, and aesthetics into a singular sculptural form.” A non-profit will occupy the first four floors, and 72 residences will take shape on top.

Sales got off to a brisk start, and a look at #6E, a one-bedroom listed at $795K, demonstrates why. Interiors by Whitehall Interiors feature 9’ ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and wide plank white oak flooring throughout. The kitchen is outfitted with Athens silver cream marble slab countertops and backsplashes, custom oak cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances. The bathroom has honed vanilla marble tile walls, limestone flooring, brushed pewter pedestal vanity, vintage brass Watermark fixtures, and a deep Zuma soaking tub.
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