HAP files plans for 11-story building at 247 East 117th Street

Building latest project in Harlem for developer

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Sep.September 18, 2014 01:00 PM
 

The developer who’s bringing pink, blue and purple apartment buildings to Harlem is at it again.

It’s unclear what color HAP Investments will choose next, but the developer filed plans for a new apartment building at 247 East 117th Street, according to documents filed Wednesday with the city’s Department of Buildings.

HAP acquired the property in May for $3.2 million, according to public records. Plans call for a 24,985-square-foot building with 11 stories and 28 units.

The building also will include a community facility and retail space, designed for a restaurant, according to HAP’s website. The architect will be Daniel Goldner Architects.

HAP has previously partnered with Karim Rashid on projects throughout Harlem.

The project at 247 East 117th Street is around the corner from another HAP project at 329 Pleasant Avenue between 117 and 118 streets, where HAP planned to install pink and blue balconies. Following pushback from neighbors, CEO Eran Pollack said HAP would conduct a survey to choose a color.


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