Global Holdings plans to bring 173-unit tower to Upper West Side

Mixed-use project at 1841 Broadway would be 24 stories

New York /
Dec.December 11, 2018 10:30 AM

Eyal Ofer and 1841 Broadway (Credit: Global Holdings and Wikipedia)

The latest project for Global Holdings Management Group will be a mixed-use tower on the Upper West Side.

The firm pre-filed plans for the 173-unit residential project at 1841 Broadway by Columbus Circle with the Department of Buildings. It would stand 24 stories tall and span roughly 173,000 square feet, split between 162,000 square feet of residential space and 12,000 square feet of commercial space. SLCE Architects would design the project.

Global Holdings did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Adam America is also working on an Upper West Side project at 2503-2509 Broadway at 93rd Street that would be 19 stories and include 44 residential units.

Among its projects, Global Holdings has previously backed condos developed by the Zeckendorf family, including 15 Central Park West, 520 Park Avenue and 50 United Nations Plaza.


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