General contractor, , is now installing facade materials at a 21-story mixed-use project, going up at 300 East 41st Street in Manhattan's Murray Hill neighborhood.
Developed by and known as "Turken House", it will be used as both a cultural center and a housing facility for Turkish students studying in Manhattan.
Approximately single and double occupancy units will span floors 4 through 15 as well as 17 through 21.
The building will also feature social activity areas, a private praying area, a study room on each floor, and multiple bicycle storage rooms.
Plans further call for square feet of retail space, split between the ground floor and a cellar level.
Designed by , Turken House stands feet tall and totals square feet. The building has been thoughtfully engineered with the goal of achieving LEED Silver Certification. Construction is expected to finish around mid-way into next year.
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