Construction has started on “The Ozzie,” Soluri Architecture’s 6-unit, high-end boutique condominium project in Central Harlem, NYC. As the firm’s first new building in Manhattan, Soluri Architecture was tasked with creating a striking and unique design that sets itself apart from the other new buildings in the neighborhood, while responding to the site’s challenging conditions. The distinctive contemporary design will provide more light and air to residents. Site excavation is partially complete and we have
Soluri Architecture has been hired by Real Assets Property Management (RAPM) to renovate a retail center in Tacoma, WA. The existing 14,000sq ft building is in desperate need of renovation, so the project’s goal is to redesign the facade and refresh the interior to re-brand the building and attract more interesting & engaging tenants. Soluri Architecture has designed several projects for RAPM including the Mile Hill Retail Center. The project is expected to go into
We’re pleased that the design of our new Harlem condo building, “The Ozzie”, has been included in the NYC AIA’s show of member works which opened last night at the AIA’s Center for Architecture on LaGuardia Place in downtown Manhattan. Stop by and check us out!
Soluri Architecture & Bestrow Realty are pleased to announce that the application for our new condo building in Harlem has been approved by the NYC Department of Buildings (DOB). The approved building contains (4) four floor-through 2BR units, a 3BR duplex penthouse, and a 3BR ground floor duplex. With a gross floor area of 11,640 sq ft including the cellar, the building will stand 8 stories tall. Construction is expected to begin in the early
Soluri Architecture and its expeditor CODE consultants successfully obtained a NYC DOB determination today for its Harlem Condo Building, clearing the way forward for continued review the proposed boutique condominium building. Obtaining the determination was essential as the proposed building is on a combined tax-lot with an existing tenement style building which caused complications during the DOB review process.
The boutique condo building at 121 Street in Harlem designed by Soluri Architecture has been featured in The Real Deal, the premier online publication on NYC real estate. The article describes the project, as a “horizontal expansion” featuring new residential units. Please note that the article incorrectly states that permits have been obtained. The project has just been filed for approval and we are awaiting the results of their review