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Smile NEW YORK | 1802 Second Avenue (Inspir Carnegie Hill) | 235 FT | 23 FLOORS

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Luxe living planned for seniors on the Upper East Side



By Lois WeissJuly 26, 2015 | 8:33pm

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Merchants Hospitality has bought five buildings on the Upper East Side that it plans to co-develop into a luxurious Maplewood Senior Living facility, The Post has learned.

The 213,000-square-foot tower designed by Handel Architects will include gardens and an indoor pool.

The buildings at 1802, 1804-06, 1808 and 1810 Second Ave. and 303-305 E. 93rd St. were purchased for $111 million in an all-cash deal from five separate sellers.

Michael Besen and Rolfe Haas of Besen & Associates represented two of the sellers, while three dealt directly with Merchants. Ido Tzaidi of Epic Commercial Realty represented Maplewood.

This will be Maplewood’s first project in New York. The Westport, Conn.-based company operates senior residences in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Ohio.

Merchants, founded by Abraham Merchant and Richard Cohn, assembled the site over a two-year period for a condominium.
Merchants Hospitality, Maplewood planning 29-story senior living tower on UES

July 27, 2015 08:00AM

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The single tower built in their place is set to rise 29 stories and cost approximately $139 million, a spokesperson for Merchants told The Real Deal.

Demolition is slated for early next year, with the tower being complete by 2018.
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Ground Broken on 23-Story, 215-Unit Senior Residential Building at 1802 Second Avenue, Upper East Side



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Westport, Conn.-based Maplewood Senior Living and Omega Healthcare Investors broke ground last week on their 23-story, 215-unit luxury senior-exclusive residential building at 1802 Second Avenue, located between East 93rd and East 94th streets on the Upper East Side. The latest building permits indicate the project will encompass 209,717 square feet and rise 235 feet to its rooftop, not including bulkhead components.

The project, dubbed Inspīr | Manhattan, will feature residential units located across the third through 23rd floors. The average apartment should measure 727 square feet. There will also be 15,000 square feet of amenities, the Connecticut Post reported, including a swimming pool, salon and spa, movie theater, library and “sky park.”

Handel Architects is responsible for the design and T.G. Nickel & Associates is the construction manager. Five tenement buildings were demolished to make way for the project. Completion is expected by mid 2019.
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^ That's a block vibrancy killer. Replaced all those walkups with stores with a building without any retail and instead just landscaping, all on a major avenue.

Can't believe zoning allows that.
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Inspir Manhattan: Upscale Senior Housing w/ Sky Garden Coming to Upper East

Inspir Manhattan: Upscale Senior Housing w/ Sky Garden Coming to Upper East
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Wednesday, June 21, 2017
https://www.cityrealty.com/nyc/marke...ast-side/12103

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according to a report from City Comptroller Scott Stringer, New York City’s population is
growing older and the number of residents over the age of 65 rose by a
whopping 19.2 percent between 2005 and 2015, more than double the overall
growth rate of the city. The city also expects an additional 300,000
seniors to reside in the five boroughs by 2040, bringing their total
population 1.4 million. Per the report, the demographic shift may lie in
our city’s robust transportation networks, diverse cultural offerings, and
world-class medical establishments.








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^ That's a block vibrancy killer. Replaced all those walkups with stores with a building without any retail and instead just landscaping, all on a major avenue.

Can't believe zoning allows that.
It gets worse.

Mixed-use is the way to go. Always good to have retail. Really the lifeblood of what keeps streets active.


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This is u/c.

This also is known as "inspir Carnegie Hill".




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