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Residential tower to go up on site of Yeshiva lecture hall

Onetime university property on East 34th Street to include ground floor retail

June 10, 2014 09:00AM

237 East 34th Street

237 East 34th Street

A 23-story, mostly residential building will rise on the site of a former Yeshiva University lecture hall on East 34th Street.

Renderings for the building at 237 East 34th Street, which will be  210 feet tall, have been revealed, according to NY Yimby. The former lecture hall will be demolished. Alex Forkosh is the developer and the new building is being designed by C3D Architecture.

The ground floor of the building will include 6,282 square feet of retail.

In total, 84,256 square feet will be used as residential space, split between 108 units. The building will also have 7,002 square feet of common space on several floors throughout the building.

The site was bought in 2012 for $15.5 million. Completion of the new building is likely to be done by 2016.  [NY Yimby] — Claire Moses

 

One Response to “Residential tower to go up on site of Yeshiva lecture hall”

  1. July 03, 2014 at 6:26 pm, spongeblog said:

    All the hustling Nachum Seagel does on his show for the troubled, M.O. YU wont help it get out of 1 billion in debt. It is utter lunacy to make the campus co-ed and to sell off Einstein. shame on Joel for getting into bed with Madoff

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