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Rendering of 1010 Park Avenue via LPC material review document Rendering of 1010 Park Avenue via LPC material review document
Extell Development appears to be juggling projects in every corner of the city —from Brooklyn’s loftiest tower to a massive 600-unit rental in Hudson Yards. On the Upper East Side, at 1010 Park Avenue, the company has moved skyward on their fourth venture in the neighborhood: A 16-story high-rise with 11 residences for sale and space reserved for church functions. Today, workers are beginning to frame the fourth level, and by year's end will top the concrete-framed building at a modest 210-foot height.
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While this project won’t capture any superlatives, its location, along one of the city’s most iconic boulevards, seems ample enough. Both Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are two avenues away; directly south sits the neo-Gothic-styled 1000 Park Avenue, and to the north stands the La Sainte Chapelle-inspired Park Avenue Christian Church which was built in 1911. 

The project sits within the Park Avenue Historic District and the lot which was formerly occupied by the rectory of the neighboring church. In 2013, Extell reportedly paid the church $24.7 million for the right to redevelop the annex and agreed to allocate several of the new building’s lower floors to the church.

 
 
 
 
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The sensitive designers at Beyer Blinder Belle are in charge of the design and have secured approvals from the Landmarks Preservation Commission in January 2015. While saving the ashlar schist façade of the parish house was ruled out, the tower’s three lower floors will include its salvaged pieces. The residential floors above will be covered in Indiana limestone and will include a partial recess in the streetwall, to allow better visibility of the church from the south.
The tower’s deep foundation accommodates four cellar levels that hold residential amenities which include a swimming pool and a resident fitness center. All of the homes will be full-floor simplex and duplex apartments.
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