Permits Filed for Two 14-Story Residential Buildings on The Grand Concourse

A swath of small businesses ranging from medical offices to automotive businesses have been displaced on the Grand Concourse in Mott Haven just a couple of blocks north of 138th Street.

They will soon be demolished to make way for two 14 story buildings with over 300 residential units.

310 Grand Concourse will have 157 residential units and 334 Grand Concourse will have 157 residential units spread across almost 350,000 square feet between both buildings.

No word on when construction will begin but this is just one of thousands of units that are either under construction or about to enter construction in the immediate area.

There is also no word on whether or not the development will have any affordability or if it will be market rate or a mix.

As always, stay tuned for more info.

In the meantime, we’re still wondering how the 149th Street and Grand Concourse station on the 2/4/5 line as well as 138th and Grand Concourse on the 4 and 5 line is supposed to absorb all these new tenants when you can barely walk on the platform during rush hour.

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