Naftali Group made waves when it snatched up an Upper West Side site at 206-210 West 77th Street last summer for a crazy-big $55.5 million. In fact, interested condo buyers were calling the developer before the land sale even closed, The New York Observer reported.
And now, permits have arrived for the proposed 18-story luxury building between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway.
The 80,802-square-foot project will have 2,317 square feet of retail on the ground floor, according to the plan exam application filed January 9th. Goldstein, Hill & West is the architect of record.
According to Naftali Group’s website, the condominiums will consist of “approximately 30 large three- and four-bedroom units.”
The second and third floors will contain duplexes, and floors 4 through 12 will have two apartments per level. The units on levels 13 to 18 will be full-floor residences. Amenities include storage, bike storage, fitness center and a roof deck.
The 75-foot-wide site, currently a six-story, 250-space parking garage, is one of the few prime development sites left in the Upper West Side.