The Real Deal New York

A new look at Harlem’s soon-to-be tallest building

At 352 feet, residential structure will tower over the neighborhood
October 07, 2014 12:00PM

A new look is available at Ian Bruce Eichner’s Continuum Company’s plans for the tallest building in Harlem.

The structure, located at 1800 Park Avenue, between East 124th and East 125th streets, is slated to be  32-stories tall. ODA Architecture is designing the  building.

The tower will house 682 apartments — 20 percent of which will be affordable — spread across 633,700 square feet. The project also includes 63,200 square feet of commercial space.

Eichner also recently secured $420 million in financing for an 83-unit condominium tower at 45 East 22nd Street, finalizing the funding needed for that project’s completion. [NY YIMBY] — Claire Moses 

  • Tim

    I hope he does better with this one than he did with the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas!

    • KevinBattspuv

      My Uncle Carter got an awesome six month old Acura NSX Coupe by part-time working online from home…Look At This EARN NOW

    • ralphpetrillo

      It was just purchased.

  • Bruce are you sure going. Make distinction glory of historical. Harlem I know the evictions. NAIOP influencing next best neighborhoods. For profits, well architectural
    design. Ugly expect the affluent pay. For so called new something. Keep dreaming rename it as. Harlem of Dreams should bought. Brooklyn or SOHA ideal units. Make
    half BMR why? Those being displace in Harlem. Bruce idea cheaper loan believe. Going recoup immeidate profits. Highly, unlikely brokers agree. Forget this SOHA.