A new eight-story building is slow-cooking at East Harlem’s 168 East 100th Street.
The new development, located between Lexington and Third avenues, will have 16 apartments, according to the plan exam application filed June 19th. Rising on a vacant lot, the 19,159-square-foot building will be designed by Melamed Architect.
The developer, HDMI Holdings LLC, acquired the property in 2012 for $900,000. A year earlier, it purchased the five-story building next door at 170 East 100th Street for $1.96 million, according to public records.
The apartments in the new building will include garden units, one-bedrooms with roof terraces and two-bedrooms, according to the site of Melamed Architect. Here’s a (tentative?) rendering:
Rendering: Melamed Architect
The plan exam application was disapproved in November, so the design is subject to change. Got any tips? Make a beeline to email@example.com.