SKF Development planning 71-unit resi building in the Bronx

Project at 2306 Webster Avenue will span about 55K sf

New York /
Apr.April 17, 2018 11:45 AM

2306 Webster Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

Kim Tasher’s SKF Development is planning to bring another residential building to the Bronx, this time with 71 units in the Belmont neighborhood.

The company filed plans with the city’s Department of Buildings on Tuesday for the eight-story building, which will span about 55,000 square feet. This will be split between about 46,000 square feet of residential space, about 8,000 square feet of commercial space and 699 square feet of space for a community facility.

SKF acquired a 99-year ground lease on the property last January in a $45 million deal. The site is currently a vacant lot.

Representatives for the company did not respond to a request for comment.

Michelle Abramov of Asset Commercial Realty Group brokered the deal.

The firm is also planning an 88-unit apartment building at 246 Echo Place in Mount Hope and filed plans last summer for a 73-unit apartment building at 1144 Evergreen Avenue in Soundview. Tasher also owns Bronx properties at 1417 Longfellow Avenue and 1685 Monroe Avenue.


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