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Rendering of the redevelopment of 110-1107 Lexington Avenue Rendering of the redevelopment of 110-1107 Lexington Avenue
On the Upper East Side, two four-story rowhouses with retail shops are being upsized into a six-story residential building with ten apartments. Designed by the busy firm of Issac and Stern Architects, the small albeit complex project at 1105-1107 Lexington Avenue will add approximately 3,500 square feet of new space to the combined 11,000 square foot structures.
The project lies on a busy strip of Lexington Avenue, a stone's throw from Lenox Hill Hospital, the 6 line's East 77th Street station, and several tony new condo-builds such as 150 East 78th Street, which is finishing construction two doors down.
1105-1107 Lexington Avenue 1105-1107 Lexington Avenue pre-construction
1105 Lexington Construction progress at 1105 Lexington as of late March 2022
City records show the pair of altered yet characterful buildings have been owned by the Tsoupas family since the 1970s. A vibrant mix of small businesses have long occupied their first two floors, and prior to shuttering, tenants included Silky Nails, Lenox Hill Pizza, Lenox Hill Grill, and Lexington Natural Care Acupressure.
Building permits list Michael Tsoupas as the developer and the context-sensitive practice of Issac and Stern Architects as the designer. A rendering posted on-site shows the buildings will receive two additional floors and be visually combined to appear as one. The project will sport a new yet nostalgic facade of light-colored masonry fronted by balconies that resemble fire escapes. Other Issac and Stern Architects-designed projects include The Library, 50 Clinton Street, and The Gramercy East.
Maintaining the vitality of the avenue, the ground floor will retain its retail usage while the five floors above will each have two apartments apiece. A top-floor unit will possess a private roof deck bestowing captivating views of the buildings across the street. A recent pass by the site shows the additional load-bearing concrete structure has topped out.
Lexington Avenue shopping Retail-rich Lexington Avenue could use a sidewalk widening in lieu of side-street parking
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