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Luxury apartments to replace tenement building in South Harlem

Silverrock Development has filed plans to build a luxury apartment building at 2262 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in South Harlem.

Photo via Google Street View

Photo via Google Street View

According to a permit application with the Department of Buildings, Silverrock, which is based in Long Island City, is looking to build a 14,591 s/f building with 14 apartment units. The planned nine-story building will have 12,868 s/f of residential space and 1,723 s/f of commercial space.

Plans call for full-floor apartment units on the second and ninth floor. Meanwhile, there will be two apartments each between the third to eighth floors. The developer also plans to install a recreational area on the roof.

Silverrock acquired the property for $3.54 million, according to property records. The previous owner was Chop Chop Holding, LLC.

According to Silverrock Developmentā€™s website, the firm was founded by Sasha Medizadeh, who previously worked for Meridian Capital, Moinian Group and the Hakim Organization.

The planned structure will replace an abandoned five-story tenement building. Hany Rizkalla Architect will design the residential development.

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