PS 90

220 West 148th Street, Manhattan, NY 10039

Number of Units:

75

Property Size:

13,500 SF (Community Space)

Architect(s):

Curtis + Ginsburg

Website:

ps90condo.com

PS 90 is a successful development in adaptive reuse. Transforming a long vacant elementary school, built in 1905, into a vibrant community consisting of 75 residential units, a 13,500 square foot community facility space, and home to the non-profit National Dance Institute. The redevelopment preserved the school’s collegiate Gothic-style architecture and was the recipient of the prestigious Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award in 2011 for historic preservation by the New York Landmarks Conservancy and was a Urban Land Institute (ULI) award finalist.

PS 90 was the capstone of L+M’s work on 148th Street where it built or renovated almost 300 units of mixed-income housing over ten years, including historic rehabilitation and new construction.

Award

The New York Landmarks Conservancy

PS 90 Condominium wins The 2011 Lucy Moses Award.


News

Wells Fargo: Affordable Housing Developer Thinks Outside the Box

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NY Daily News: A Harlem Street Shows Why and How Affordable Housing Works

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The Wall Street Journal: Turning Old School Into New Condos

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