The developer of the new building at 200 Amsterdam Avenue that’s slated to rise in place of the old Lincoln Square Synagogue will certainly be high-end, but it’s not going to be at the very tippy-top, The Real Deal reported. Workers are in the process of demolishing the synagogue on 69th street to prepare for the new building.
“It is currently raising a 55-story condo building at 200 Amsterdam Avenue that will become the tallest building on the Upper West Side. Pozycki said this would not be an ultra-luxury building, and prices would be in the relatively modest $2,000-a-foot range.
“New products with amenities that old buildings don’t have, in neighborhoods that are supply-constrained, will be able to weather a storm,” [firm founder Steven] Pozycki said.