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National Urban League

Overview

National Urban League is a mixed-use, multi faceted project spanning retail, office, residential and recreational commercial use space. The program will offer 170 affordable housing units, 70,000 SF of spec class A office space, 110,000 SF of retail, a museum for Urban Civil Rights Experience Museum, and headquarters for three prominant community organizations. Construction began 2Q2020.

Location

121 West 25th Street, New York, NY

Type

Mixed-Use

Status

In-Construction

By the Numbers

 171

Mixed Income units

 21.5K

National Urban League Museum SF

414K

Total Buildable SF

42K

Class A Office Space SF

Our impact

“Returning the National Urban League’s headquarters to Harlem, debuting New York’s first civil rights museum, providing office space to community groups and civic organizations, and providing affordable housing will contribute to the continued growth of Harlem and provide its residents with vital resources.” – Meredith Marshall, BRP Co-Founder

Noteworthy

Harlem development boom to bring new Target to 125th Street

National Urban League to remain in New York City with one of the largest and most significant building projects in Harlem in 50 years

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