Foxy Management planning 127K sf senior center in Bronx

The nine-story property will be located at the corner of Arthur Avenue and East 179th Street

TRD New York /
Feb.February 14, 2018 04:40 PM

Jeff Fox and the three-lot assemblage at the corner of Arthur Avenue and East 179th Street

Foxy Management will bring another large senior building to the Bronx on a three-lot assemblage at the corner of Arthur Avenue and East 179th Street.

The developer is planning a nine-story, 177-unit building spanning more than 120,000 square feet on sites at 2016 Arthur Avenue, 612 East 179th Street and 2010 Arthur Avenue. The company is purchasing the sites for about $4 million, according to the Highcap Group’s Guy Vardi, who brokered the assemblage deals along with Jonathan Bichoupan.

Jeff Fox, principal of Foxy Development, said his company hopes to close on financing in the late fall and break ground at the end of 2018 or the beginning of 2019.

Foxy is now at work on a 168-unit senior housing project on top of a community center at 1880 Boston Road in the West Bronx.


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