Vandewater: 543 West 122nd Street

Designed by Incorporated Architecture and Design, Vandewater is a newly constructed condominium building planned to be integrated into the Jewish Theological Seminary in Morningside Heights, adjacent to Columbia University.  The architecture is by the much celebrated SLCE and lends the building an air of classic aesthetic and idyllic history. The façade is a handsome combination of classic and sophisticated aesthetic and inside the residences, oversized windows give its residents clear, dazzling views of the Hudson River, Central Park and of the Manhattan skyline from the tallest building in the neighborhood.  The building's radius offers multiple recreational spots for the enjoyment of the residents and the vigor and vivacity of the neighborhood gives you the perfect taste of the typical New York City life. A carefully-curated amenities and services package includes a Wright Fit gym, private gardens, outdoor dining, a landscapes motor court, arts space, a new residence hall and a library.  REAL DEAL ARTICLE  Savanna’s 170-unit Condo Development On West 122nd Street would span just 0ver 315,670 square feet.  The firm, led by Christopher Schlank and Nicholas Bienstock, had filed a  “test-the-market”  application for the project with the New York state Attorney General’s office last month. The building will be called the Vandewater, Curbed reported, after the original name of Morningside Heights — Vandewater Heights.  The 32-story building will reach 345 feet, Savanna said. The scale of the building has raised the ire of some in the neighborhood. City Council member Mark Levine launched a petition last year, aimed at pushing the developer toward a smaller project that would include affordable housing.  Savanna  paid the Jewish Theological Seminary  $96 million  for the land in 2016.   CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!

Designed by Incorporated Architecture and Design, Vandewater is a newly constructed condominium building planned to be integrated into the Jewish Theological Seminary in Morningside Heights, adjacent to Columbia University.

The architecture is by the much celebrated SLCE and lends the building an air of classic aesthetic and idyllic history. The façade is a handsome combination of classic and sophisticated aesthetic and inside the residences, oversized windows give its residents clear, dazzling views of the Hudson River, Central Park and of the Manhattan skyline from the tallest building in the neighborhood.

The building's radius offers multiple recreational spots for the enjoyment of the residents and the vigor and vivacity of the neighborhood gives you the perfect taste of the typical New York City life. A carefully-curated amenities and services package includes a Wright Fit gym, private gardens, outdoor dining, a landscapes motor court, arts space, a new residence hall and a library.

REAL DEAL ARTICLE

Savanna’s 170-unit Condo Development On West 122nd Street would span just 0ver 315,670 square feet.

The firm, led by Christopher Schlank and Nicholas Bienstock, had filed a “test-the-market” application for the project with the New York state Attorney General’s office last month. The building will be called the Vandewater, Curbed reported, after the original name of Morningside Heights — Vandewater Heights.

The 32-story building will reach 345 feet, Savanna said. The scale of the building has raised the ire of some in the neighborhood. City Council member Mark Levine launched a petition last year, aimed at pushing the developer toward a smaller project that would include affordable housing. Savanna paid the Jewish Theological Seminary $96 million for the land in 2016.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!

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