Image from 2011: GMAP
A five-story red brick building at 288 St. Nicholas Avenue will make way for a new two-story commercial development.
Harlem Bespoke first spotted a demolition permit filed August 2013 for a Queen Anne-style building on the corner of West 125th Street. The storefronts at the 50-foot-tall property were vacated in late 2013. The site is also known as 332 West 125th Street.
The new 288 St. Nicholas will rise 42 feet, with retail on the first floor and an eatery on the second floor, according to a plan exam application filed on February 10th. The building will measure 23,318 square feet.
Gambino + LaPorta Architecture is the architect of record, and the developer is Brooklyn-based Abeco Management.