Karim Rashid’s Modular Washington Heights Rental Debuts New Look | Curbed NY

By Tanay Warerkar

Karim Rashid - Washington Heights

Via HAP Investment Developers

Construction is now underway on a modular building designed by Karim Rashid that’s set to rise in Washington Heights. Located at 655 West 187th Street, the project is being developed by HAP Investment Developers, who recently unveiled a new rendering for the project, Buzz Buzz Home reports.

The eight-story building, which is known as HAP Four, will span 74,343 square feet and include 47 rentals varying in size from one-to-three bedroom apartments. The site was once part of a row of wooden houses that were demolished early last year to make way for this project.

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One Response to “Karim Rashid’s Modular Washington Heights Rental Debuts New Look | Curbed NY”

  1. Monica says:

    UGLY cheap architecture, why..

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