A rendering has been revealed of the 12-story, 233-unit mixed-use building under development at 2306 Third Avenue, located between East 125th and 126th streets in East Harlem. The image, spotted by Harlem+Bespoke, was posted to the site’s construction fence. The project will encompass 187,730 square feet and rise 125 feet to its rooftop, according to the latest building permits.
The Salvation Army will have offices and community facility space across the cellar, ground, second, third and 12th floors. There will be 223 affordable residential units for seniors, averaging 452 square feet apiece, across the fourth through 11th floors.
The Salvation Army is the developer and Peter Poon’s SoHo-based firm is the architect of record. Excavation work appears to be currently underway.