Sopher Group is bringing a 124-unit market-rate project to the Bronx

Development at 2111 White Plains Road would span about 105K sf

TRD New York /
Dec.December 21, 2018 05:15 PM

A rendering of 2111 White Plains Road in the Bronx (Credit: Sopher Group)

The Sopher Group is going to bring 124 units of market-rate housing to the northern Bronx.

Jonathan Sopher’s company pre-filed plans for the mixed-use development with the Department of Buildings on Monday. It will span 104,881 square feet at 2111 White Plains Road and stand eight stories tall.

The project will be split between about 74,000 square feet of residential space, 30,000 square feet of commercial space and 900 square feet of community space. Sopher is partnering on it with the Irgang Group, and the architects are Orli Eshkar and Yuri Menzak.

Sopher filed plans in 2016 to demolish a one-story building on the site. The firm is still figuring out what tenants will occupy the commercial and community space, and it hopes to start construction in about three months and finish in about two years.

Other projects coming to the Bronx include a 91-unit development from Kim Tasher’s SKF Development at 218 Bush Street and a 102-unit development from Mark Stagg’s Stagg Group at 761 East 233rd Street.

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