HAP files plans for second building in Chelsea resi project

The 20-story property is slated to have 91K square feet

TRD New York /
Sep.September 19, 2016 12:33 PM

HAP Investments is moving ahead with plans for the second property in its two-building Chelsea residential project at 215-227 West 28th Street.

Plans filed with the city’s Department of Buildings on Saturday show the 20-story apartment building, located at 225-227 West 28th Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues, will span nearly 91,000 square feet. Along with 112 apartments, it will have a rooftop terrace. The retail component will cover the lower level and ground floor, according to the permit application.

The architect is DXA Studio, the filing shows. Representatives for HAP TRData LogoTINY and DXA Studio could not be immediately reached for comment.

The first building in the $387 million project is a 21-story, 183,000-square-foot building next door at 215-219 West 28th Street. The city approved plans for that building in May.

In August, the Midtown East-based development firm, led by Eran Polack, acquired the parcel at 225-227 West 28th Street for $30 million and secured $42 million in acquisition financing.

HAP is also working on several Harlem projects and the development of a 42-story mixed-use tower in Jersey City.

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