A former City University of New York building at 535 East 80th Street will make way for a new Upper East Side residential project.
Also known as 20 East End Avenue, the proposed new building would be 17 stories and 39 units, according to a plan exam application filed September 10th. Montroy Andersen DeMarco is the architect of record for the 142,220-square-foot project, which will have bike storage, a gym, concierge and three duplex maisonettes on the first to second floors.
The developer is Corigin Real Estate Group, which bought the property for $61.75 million from CUNY in January, The New York Observer reported. CUNY had occupied the seven-story, 70,502-square-foot office building on the site since 1958.
Corigin’s previous residential projects include Tribeca’s The Sugar Lofts at 79 Laight Street and Soho’s The Loft at 30 Crosby Street.