blumenfeld group

Harlem, New Developments, Rentals

Rendering courtesy of Vizerio Architectural Visualization

New renderings of Bjarke Ingels’ East Harlem rental have been unveiled ahead of the building’s opening next month. The 11-story tower at 158 East 126th Street, named The Smile for its curvy shape, contains 233 apartments, with 70 of them designated affordable. Leasing will kick off soon at the building, with pricing for the market-rate rentals starting at roughly $2,250/month for studios. The building offers an impressive amenity package tailored to those working from home, including a co-working studio and an incredible rooftop with a plunge pool, three whirlpools, and an outdoor movie theater.

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Harlem, New Developments, Rentals, Starchitecture

When 6sqft first got a look at Bjarke Ingels’ curved East Harlem rental, it sported a red corten steel facade reminiscent of the surrounding brick buildings, but a new set of renderings shows a blackened stainless steel exterior that the Danish starchitect told Curbed is “inspired by an elephant’s skin” and will capture and reflect sunlight. Now dubbed Gotham East 126th Residential, the 11-story structure from Blumenfeld Development Group broke ground yesterday, beginning its journey to offer 233 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, 46 of which will be affordable.

More details and renderings and the first view inside

Architecture, Harlem, New Developments, Starchitecture

146 East 126th Street, Harlem development, Bjarke Ingels, NYC starchitecture

Now that the hoopla surrounding his design for Two World Trade Center has simmered down, we’ve got a fresh set of renderings from Danish starchitect Bjarke Ingels. NY Yimby revealed the preliminary designs for his firm’s 11-story East Harlem apartment building at 146 East 126th Street, which show a T-shaped structure that cantilevers over the Gotham Plaza retail center on 125th Street. The real fun is on the 126th Street side, though, where Bjarke employs a play on the conventional street wall with an undulating facade that seems to be a modern interpretation of the surrounding brick buildings. The project is being developed by none other than Extell, along with the Blumenfeld Group.

More details and renderings here

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