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    1800 Park Avenue

    1800 Park Avenue
    New York, NY 10035
    (212) 554-3700
    Website
    Retail, Residential, New Construction, Leasing/Rental, Other, Multifamily

    Bruce Eichner's Continuum Company filed plans for a 670-unit residential building, but ran into financial difficulties and the Durst Organization acquired the site in 2016.

    • Address 1800 Park Avenue
    • neighborhood Central Harlem
    • borough Manhattan
    • owner Durst Organization
    • developer Continuum Company
    • owner entity HARLEM PARK ACQUISITION LLC
    • architect SLCE Architects
    • PLANS DISCLOSED 11/09/2013
    • dob permit issued 04/22/2015
    • DOB FILE PLANS 11/09/2013
    • DOB FILE Link
    • height in feet 525
    • floors 24
    • Year Built 2018
    • residential units 670
    • total units 670
    • square feet 466,487
    • const. status Under Construction
    • block and lot 1-01749-0033
    • BIN 1089670
    • Event Financing
    • Address 1800 Park Avenue
    • Neighborhood Harlem
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Price $ 95,000,000
    • Publication Date 08/27/2018
    • Event Date 08/24/2018
    • Party 1 Durst Organization
    • Party 2 M&T Bank
    notes
    The lender issued a loan of $95 million for the Harlem property.
    • Event Sales
    • Address 1800 Park Avenue
    • Neighborhood East Harlem
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 36,281
    • Price $ 90,950,000
    • Price per foot $ 2,506.00
    notes
    The development site sold for $90.95 million.
    • Event Sales
    • Address 1800 Park Avenue
    • Neighborhood Central Harlem
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Price $ 11,850,000
    • Publication Date 06/01/2011
    • Event Date 04/22/2011
    • Party 1 California Urban Investment Partners
    • Party 2 Vornado Realty Trust
    notes
    Vornado bought out its partners in the stalled Harlem Park development site for $11.85 million.
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