350 W 125th St, Manhattan, NY 10027

  • Building in Harlem
  • 15 Units, 2 Stories
  • Built in 1955
350 W 125th St is a 2 story building in Harlem. It was built in 1955 and has 15 units.


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350 W 125th St, Manhattan, NY 10027

  • Building in Harlem
  • 15 Units, 2 Stories
  • Built in 1955

Building Facts

Building Name: -
Units: 15
Stories: 2
Building Age: -
Building Type: -
Year Built: 1955
Pet Policy: -
Access: -
Service Level: -
Building Class: K2
Tax Abatement: -
Tax Abatement Expires: -
Owner Names: 350 WEST 125 STREET C
Coop Rules: -

Additional Building Details

Measurements and Dimensions
Building Width: 116 Ft.
Building Depth: 98 Ft.
Building Area: 21,716 Sq. Ft.
Building Floor Area Ratio: 1.82
Residential Floor Area Ratio: 6.02
Commercial Floor Area Ratio: 3.40
Facility Floor Area Ratio: 6.50
Building Area: 21,716 Sq. Ft.
Commercial Area: 21,716 Sq. Ft.
Residential Area: -
Office Area: 10,858 Sq. Ft.
Retail Area: 10,858 Sq. Ft.
Garage Area: -
Storage Area: -
Factory Area: -
Other Area: -
Renovation History
Year Altered 1: 2006
Year Altered 2: -
Lot and Zoning
Zone District 1: C4-4D
Split Zone: No
Land Use: K2
Easements: -
Lot Width: 118 Ft.
Lot Depth: 100.92 Ft.
Lot Area: 11,908 Sq. Ft.
BBL: 1-01951-0051
School: 05
City Council: 9
Police Department: 26
Fire Department: L040
Sanitation: 09
Community: 109
Health Center: 16

Neighborhood Map and Transit


Teachers College Community SchoolPublicPK-60.1 mi
Columbia Secondary SchoolPublic6-120.2 mi
Ps 154 Harriet TubmanPublicPK-50.2 mi
Urban Assembly for the Performing ArtsPublic9-120.4 mi

Teachers College Community School

PK-6, 0.1 mi, Public


Columbia Secondary School

6-12, 0.2 mi, Public


Ps 154 Harriet Tubman

PK-5, 0.2 mi, Public


Urban Assembly for the Performing Arts

9-12, 0.4 mi, Public


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Updated as of Sep 23, 2019.