Kim Tasher is planning another resi building in the Bronx

Project at 829 Tilden Street would contain 92 units

TRD New York /
Dec.December 03, 2018 02:30 PM

The site at 829 Tilden Street in the Bronx and a rendering of the 92-unit residential building

SKF Development is planning to build its fourth residential building for the Bronx.

The firm, led by Kim Tasher, filed plans with the Department of Buildings on Monday for a six-story, 92-unit residential building in the northern Bronx at 829 Tilden Street. The project would stand 55 feet tall and span 62,606 square feet. It will replace a two-story, two-family home.

SKF did not respond to a request for comment. The firm purchased 829 Tilden Street for $500,000 in November, according to property records.

The developer’s other projects in the Bronx include a 101-unit building at 976 Woodycrest Avenue, an 88-unit building at 246 Echo Place  and a 71-unit building at 2306 Webster Avenue.


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