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1908 Park Avenue

129 & 130
Townhouse
$35,000,000
Annual Taxes: $28,358
What will this property cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number 2 Subway number 3
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 2 Lenox Ave - 125th St
Subway number 3 Lenox Ave - 125th St
Essentials
Price $35,000,000
Type Commercial
Unit 1
Floor 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 21,183

Take advantage of the East Harlem rezoning!
East Harlem Development Opportunity. Corner Site Totaling ~ 86,930 BSF

1908-1914 Park Avenue, a 99’ X 106’ corner lot currently configured as a 21,183 SF garage on a 10,658 SF lot. The property can be provided vacant. This property is uniquely positioned to take advantage of the East Harlem rezoning passed in 2017 that has already seen significant projects like Blumenfeld Development Group and Architect Bjarke Ingels 233 rental units break ground on 126th Street. The property is located in the rapidly growing East Harlem corridor on the southwest corner of 130th Street and Park Avenue. The property is Located 7 blocks from Whole Foods, and a short distance from Starbucks, Chase Bank, Duane Reade, and Red Rooster. The location is within 6 blocks from the 4,5,6 trains. The M1-6 R9 & R7B zoning designation allows for a total of 77,138 buildable SF as of right, or a maximum potential of 86,930 BSF through the Inclusionary Housing Bonus Program. The new potential building can take advantage of an estimated 10,658 SF of corner commercial space with ~100 ft of frontage on Park Avenue.

East Harlem’s cornucopia of food, culture and lively street life reflects its history. From the exclusive Rao’s Restaurant, founded in 1896, and Patsy’s Pizzeria, established in 1933 in part of Old Little Italy, to modern-day bodegas, shopping and dining in this neighborhood continue to evolve. On the artsy side of East Harlem, provocative murals by celebrated artist James De La Vega — some commissioned, some not — dot the neighborhood and the living legacy of Salsa greats continues at venues such as Creole, a jazz/supper club, and Orbit, a bar/restaurant that hosts open mic nights in its jazz and cabaret schedule. Additional hotspots include Red Rooster-the famed restaurant by Andrew Chapman and Marcus Samuelsson serving world renowned cuisine and live music, Syliva’s- dubbed the “queen of soul food”, founded in 1962 serves authentic soul food and its ever popular brunch, and Corner Social- offering American cuisine, delicious cocktails, and an array of craft beers. East Harlem residents also enjoy the shopping at East River Plaza on 116th Street off the FDR Drive. If you want to stock your home and wardrobe, there are big box retailers such as Target, Old Navy, and Manhattan’s first Costco. A Metro-North Railroad Station at 125th Street with a 4-5-6 Lexington Avenue subway stop and easy access to the FDR Drive make commutes to both Long Island and Westchester a possibility.

East Harlem
Living in East Harlem
Culturally rich and diverse, East Harlem has been home to many American immigrants. El Barrio as it is known to the locals has a long Latino history and before that was home to many southern Italians.
Explore East Harlem

1908 Park Avenue
129 & 130
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $35,000,000
Annual Taxes $28,358
Type Commercial
Unit 1
Floor 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 21,183

Take advantage of the East Harlem rezoning!
East Harlem Development Opportunity. Corner Site Totaling ~ 86,930 BSF

1908-1914 Park Avenue, a 99’ X 106’ corner lot currently configured as a 21,183 SF garage on a 10,658 SF lot. The property can be provided vacant. This property is uniquely positioned to take advantage of the East Harlem rezoning passed in 2017 that has already seen significant projects like Blumenfeld Development Group and Architect Bjarke Ingels 233 rental units break ground on 126th Street. The property is located in the rapidly growing East Harlem corridor on the southwest corner of 130th Street and Park Avenue. The property is Located 7 blocks from Whole Foods, and a short distance from Starbucks, Chase Bank, Duane Reade, and Red Rooster. The location is within 6 blocks from the 4,5,6 trains. The M1-6 R9 & R7B zoning designation allows for a total of 77,138 buildable SF as of right, or a maximum potential of 86,930 BSF through the Inclusionary Housing Bonus Program. The new potential building can take advantage of an estimated 10,658 SF of corner commercial space with ~100 ft of frontage on Park Avenue.

East Harlem’s cornucopia of food, culture and lively street life reflects its history. From the exclusive Rao’s Restaurant, founded in 1896, and Patsy’s Pizzeria, established in 1933 in part of Old Little Italy, to modern-day bodegas, shopping and dining in this neighborhood continue to evolve. On the artsy side of East Harlem, provocative murals by celebrated artist James De La Vega — some commissioned, some not — dot the neighborhood and the living legacy of Salsa greats continues at venues such as Creole, a jazz/supper club, and Orbit, a bar/restaurant that hosts open mic nights in its jazz and cabaret schedule. Additional hotspots include Red Rooster-the famed restaurant by Andrew Chapman and Marcus Samuelsson serving world renowned cuisine and live music, Syliva’s- dubbed the “queen of soul food”, founded in 1962 serves authentic soul food and its ever popular brunch, and Corner Social- offering American cuisine, delicious cocktails, and an array of craft beers. East Harlem residents also enjoy the shopping at East River Plaza on 116th Street off the FDR Drive. If you want to stock your home and wardrobe, there are big box retailers such as Target, Old Navy, and Manhattan’s first Costco. A Metro-North Railroad Station at 125th Street with a 4-5-6 Lexington Avenue subway stop and easy access to the FDR Drive make commutes to both Long Island and Westchester a possibility.

East Harlem
Living in East Harlem
Culturally rich and diverse, East Harlem has been home to many American immigrants. El Barrio as it is known to the locals has a long Latino history and before that was home to many southern Italians.
Explore East Harlem
Subway Lines
Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number 2 Subway number 3
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 2 Lenox Ave - 125th St
Subway number 3 Lenox Ave - 125th St