2230 Broadway

2230 Broadway is a corner property is situated on the East side of Broadway and on the South side of West 80th street.

On August 18, 2014, Larstrand Corporation filed permits with New York Citys’ Department of Buildings to build a New 102,997 square foot, 14 story Mixed Use building containing 55 residential units and 7,388 SF of commercial space. The Commercial space will likely occupy the first two floors.

The plans also include a cellar and sub-cellar. However, parking is not required by the current zoning and is not included in the plans.

The property is zoned C4-6A which allows a FAR of 10.0 and EC-3 which is a special enhanced commercial district defined by NYC as follows: “The Special Upper West Side Enhanced Commercial District – 3 (EC-3) includes Broadway bounded by 72nd Street and 110th Street on the west side, and 74th Street and 110th Street on the east side.   EC-3 was created to promote a varied and active retail environment while maintaining the retail continuity found along the Broadway corridor. The special district provisions apply ground floor frontage limitations for new and expanding banks and residential lobbies, and retail transparency requirements for new buildings.  Overall store sizes are not restricted, and stores can be laid out with any configuration, including the basement, second story, wrapping behind, or along corner frontages. Existing banks and residential lobbies with frontages exceeding what is permitted along Broadway in EC-3 are not affected.”




About alexisak

Born and raised in Queens New York, Alex Isak, a Director of Sales for Goldenwood Property Advisors, is a helpful man who breathes Commercial Real Estate. Alex Isak has brokered numerous transactions within the five boroughs and specializes in multifamily and mixed use property on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. In his spare time, Alex Isak helps raise funds for various charities and coaches a junior varsity basketball team in Forest Hills, New York. To date, Alex Isak helped raise over $1,000,000.00 most of which went towards early childhood education.
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