A $100-million transformation will convert most the upper floors of Hell's Kitchen's McGraw-Hill Building into housing, reports the New York Post.
The landmark Art Deco skyscraper, located at 330 W. 42nd Street, was designed by Raymond Hood, Frederick Godley, and Jacques André Fouilhoux and completed in 1931. Asset management firm Resolution Real Estate, which now controls the property, intends to convert floors 12 through 34 into 224 rental apartments.
Work on the project is expected to begin this summer, and conclude by the second quarter of 2024.
Plans call for the creation of a second lobby and entrance for the new residences, as well as the reinstallation of the McGraw-Hill name above the new entrance.
SLCE Architects is designing the project.
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