A new rendering is out for the Extell project that will replace the old Pathmark building:
It’s hare to imagine retail here, given the M35 bus, and the tenants they may be after are social service agencies who deal with the issues in the immediate neighborhood.
Further down 125th Street, Target looks like a prospective tenant in the new construction slated for the lot east of the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Building, according to 6 Square Feet: https://www.6sqft.com/target-to-open-at-major-mixed-use-development-in-harlem/
A deal to bring the National Urban League back to Harlem was reached last month as part of a mixed-use development project planned for 125th Street. In addition to affordable housing, office space for nonprofits, and the city’s first museum dedicated to civil rights, the $242 million project, known as the Urban League Empowerment Center, includes a new 44,000-square-foot Target, as the New York Post first reported.
Manhattan Community Board 11 is Seeking Your Input
Help determine East Harlem’s greatest needs and budget priorities for the upcoming fiscal year. You can participate in the annual budget process in the following ways:
- Fill out the Public Input Survey by Friday, September 25, 2020. Access the survey here: https://forms.gle/BEVYsJZnf97UzoTA9
- Testify at the Public Hearing on Draft FY 2022 Statement of District Needs. The hearing will occur during our Full Board meeting on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 6:30 PM.
Register to attend here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/3615998323216/WN_bZqKJAOrQASa1DzCjdF34Q