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123 West 106th Street (Images: MVMK Architects) 123 West 106th Street (Images: MVMK Architects)
In November 2017, permits were filed to construct an 11-story residential building with 40 units at 123 West 106th Street on the Upper West Side. CoSo Apartments is the developer and is working with the firm of MVMK Architects, which has released renderings for the new building. The existing building, a five-story prewar walk-up, will eventually be demolished - though CoSo currently has a listing for a two bedroom/one bathroom in the building for $3,200/month.
The West 106th Street location is between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenue and the stretch is known as Duke Ellington Boulevard for the composer who once resided in the neighborhood. It is only three blocks to Central Park and four blocks to Morningside Park. Permits show the building will have 35,812 square feet of residential space, leading to an average apartment size of 746 square feet; the architecture firm says units will come in studio to two bedroom layouts.
The new building will have an exercise room, laundry room, recreation area, residential lobby and bike storage. Beyond the neighborhood’s prominent parks, the location is also near Booker T Washington Playground and Bloomingdale Playground. There are many rental listings in the Broadway Corridor of Manhattan; median prices stand at $2,478/month for studios, $3,400/month for one bedrooms, $3,500/month for two bedrooms and $7,395/month for three-bedrooms.
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