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Blumenfeld Development Group

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Address: 145 East 125th st

Tenants: New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, AT&T, Bank of America, GNC, The Children Palace, Petland Discount, Foot Action, & Payless Shoe Source.

Amount to be Invested: N/A

Total Square Footage: N/A

Type of Property: Commercial

News Article
By The Real Deal

Blumenfeld Development Group unveiled new renderings for its Bjarke Ingels-designed East Harlem rental project.

The 233-unit mixed-use project at , named Gotham East 126th, will have deep-gray exteriors and elephant-inspired finishes. As in the preliminary renderings for the 232,000-square-foot project, the new designs show a curved facade along 126th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues, with the leg of the T-shaped structure cantilevering over Blumenfeld’s Gotham Plaza, at

The new designs show a deep-gray exterior with black stainless steel panels alternating with windows to create a checkered look. Ingels said the design was “inspired by an elephant’s skin” and told Curbed that he opted for a “black stain finish” to reflect sunlight.

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