Renderings Revealed For The Miroza Tower At 44 Hudson Street In Yonkers

Renderings from INOA Architecture reveal The Miroza Tower, a 25-story residential building at 44 Hudson Street in downtown Yonkers. When complete, the tower will introduce 250 rentals with a collection of amenity spaces and a small commercial component on the ground floor.

Aerial rendering of The Miroza Tower at 44 Hudson Street – Murat Mutlu; INOA Architecture

The Miroza Tower is the latest property from Azorim Investment, Development & Construction Co. Ltd., a publicly traded Israeli company with real estate projects in the United States, India, Ukraine, Brazil, and Europe. The development site at 44 Hudson Street was formerly occupied by a church and three-story building, both owned and operated by the Christian Life Fellowship Center.

Planned amenities include a fitness center, a conference room, two residential lounges, a rooftop garden, a library, a children’s playroom, and a flexible party room.

Residents will also have access to an on-site parking garage for 222 vehicles. The project will create an additional 25 parking spaces in an off-site lot at 56-60 Buena Vista Avenue, about one block away from the residential building.

Evening rendering of The Miroza Tower at 44 Hudson Street – Murat Mutlu; INOA Architecture

The massing of the building is described as an undulating series of stacked ribbons designed to accommodate required zoning and programmatic setbacks. As a result, the building features more than a dozen voids and cantilevers that will serve as private terraces for premium residences.

The ribbons are also designed to accommodate the site’s uneven topography, especially the first- and top-floor ribbons. The first-floor ribbon defines the pedestrian and vehicular entrances, while the top-floor ribbon obscures bulkheads and mechanical units on one side, and on the other, disappears to create a rooftop garden with views toward the Hudson River and the Palisades.

Rendering of The Miroza Tower’s ground floor – Murat Mutlu; INOA Architecture

The Yonkers Planning Board approved the project at a public hearing on February 9. Since then, the project team has not confirmed a construction schedule or an anticipated date of completion.


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