Permits have been filed to build a 19-story 29-unit residential building at 1009 2nd Avenue, in Midtown, Manhattan. The proposed 210-foot-tall building will have 1,972 square feet of residential space and 683 square feet of commerical space. The permit was filed on Nov 13, 2019 specifying a wood-based building with 10 square feet of front yard and 30 square feet of back yard space.
Lfl Partners LLC filed the permit through their representative Ralph Kowalczyk of Js Consulting Engineer.
The existing building is a Low-rise built in 1964 with 2 floors and 6,208 square feet of space.