Azimuth’s massive mixed-use Bronx project just got even bigger

Units in company’s Soundview development have increased from 250 to 326

TRD New York /
Dec.December 11, 2017 04:20 PM

Rendering of 1755 Watson Avenue (Credit: Azimuth Development Group)

Azimuth Development is doubling down on its huge project in the Bronx.

The company, based in the Financial District, had initially planned to construct a 250-unit development at 1755 Watson Avenue in Soundview, but the project will now feature 326 units, according to plans filed with the Department of Buildings on Monday.

Aufgang Architects will design the nine-story mixed-use project, which would include 255,864 square feet of residential space, 16,592 square feet of commercial space and 10,419 square feet for a community facility.

Azimuth, led by Guido Subotovsky, is also planning a trio of residential buildings in Concourse at 707 Concourse Village West, 702 Grand Concourse and 180 East 156th Street. The buildings would span a total of about 212,800 square feet and include 275 units.

Azimuth did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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