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Janus Property, Taystee Redevelopment, & Manhattanville factory district.

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Address: 461 West 125th st

Tenants: N/A

Amount to be invested: $100 million

Total Square Footage: 100,000 Sq Ft

Type of Project: Commercial

News Articles 

By Marjorie Cohen

In 1991, Scott Metzner was working on developing affordable housing on Amsterdam Avenue north of 125th Street, and that’s when his interest in and enthusiasm for the neighborhood of Manhattanville/West Harlem took hold. What had once been an energetic industrial area humming with activity from prosperous breweries and factories had fallen on hard times. By the end of the 20th century, abandoned buildings with boarded-up windows, crumbling bricks, and missing rooftops were all that was left of a once-prosperous commercial district.

https://www.brickunderground.com/live/factory-district-manhattanville

By Jessica Dalley

Work is underway at the old Taystee Bakery Factory site in Harlem, and developer Janus Properties is trying to lure tenants to the site with a new batch of renderings and an informational website.

https://ny.curbed.com/2014/7/28/10067636/new-renderings-show-more-of-harlems-taystee-redevelopment

 

 

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