380 Lenox Avenue
New York, New York
Designed with GF55 Architects, 380 Lenox is the first privately funded luxury condominium building in Harlem, built by Uptown Partners at the corner of 129th Street and Lenox Avenue. The units, 77 in all, are both one and two-stories, and more than one third come with generous private terraces overlooking the street. 11,000 square feet of retail space lines the sidewalk, and underground is an 88-car parking garage. The building is designed to fit in with the large classically styled masonry buildings lining the avenue, as well as the landmarked Astor Row buildings on 130th Street. The project was featured in an article in the New York Sun in August 2006. The feasibility of the building was supported by a 421-a tax abatement from the City of New York HPD. Construction is complete and units are sold.