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321 West 136th Street

Single Family Home with Income or Development Opportunity

321 West 136th is arriving to market for the first time in more than 40 years. Built in 1887 by Dore Lyon and designed by architect William H. Boylan, this parcel was constructed as stables for the developer himself, who lived on the corner of Edgecombe and West 136th Street. Later, the stables served as a neighborhood school.

Currently, this 25-by-100-foot lot features two residential buildings - the former stables and a smaller structure - with a long driveway. Lush with fruit trees and a canopy, this site can accommodate approximately 12,000 square feet for its new owner, presenting a tremendous redevelopment opportunity. The property is zoned R72/R8 and will be delivered vacant. There is significant upside for a developer or end user.

Located just off the corner of 136th Street and Edgecombe Avenue, this property also is positioned incredibly well: the site is one block from St. Nicholas Park and the 135th Street B/C subway trains. Taxes are $3,031 per year.

Scott Harris
Scott Harris
212-317-3674   c: 646-302-5710

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