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Revealed: 1665 Jerome Avenue, Supportive Housing in Morris Heights

1665 Jerome Avenue, rendering by Body-Lawson Associates
Comments (3)
  1. Richard Garey says:

    Hopefully, City Planning will require the developer to set back the base stories of the building to fall in line with the upper stories. Even if the building was taller than the current proposed height, setting back the building would significantly increase the amount of natural light under the El train.

  2. CL says:

    The Building Section reveals how bad it will be: one side will face a building 40 feet away, with no light and a sound echo amplifier system when the train will cross; while the other side will enjoy the direct noise of the train and view on the Expressway. Lovely.

  3. Tyrone Phillips Knox says:

    This is just the start of the rezoning of Jerome ave.

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