In each community, Azimuth strives to enable positive growth in each local area through-out the development and construction process, offering future tenants and owners quality homes and facilities in revitalized NYC communities. While we’re in construction, we pride ourselves in taking the extra step to employ a simple concept that is often lost in real estate developmen: being a good neighbor.

Bless This Condo: Developers And Churches Share Space In NYC

February 22, 2019

Some people consider their homes a sanctuary, but for several New York City condominiums, that can be taken literally. While struggling churches have been selling off their valuable New York City real estate for years.... Read more

Wanted: The Oddest Lots

February 15, 2019

Faced with high land prices, developers are reconsidering weirdly shaped lots passed over for years. But how long will these cheap sites stay that way?... Read more

Azimuth Development files plans for 275-unit Bronx complex

March 13, 2017

Guido Subotovsky’s Azimuth Development Group is teaming up with the Upper Manhattan Development Corp. to build a trio of apartment buildings in the South Bronx that will bring 275 rental apartments to the neighborhood... Read more

EXCLUSIVE: Historic Harlem church wants judge to allow sale of building for $6M to condo developer

January 9, 2017

A historic Harlem church wants a judge to let it sell its building to a condo developer in a deal that will allow the house of worship to keep operating on at least three floors of the new space, the Daily News has learned... Read more

Riveroak and Azimuth Development acquire former church on the Upper East Side for development of mixed-use property

December 06, 2016

Manhattan, NY According to Stephen DeNardo, CEO of RiverOak NYC I, LLC, and an affiliate of Azimuth Development, his firm has completed the purchase of 316 East 91st St., a three-story converted church building located on a mid-block parcel on East 91st St. between 1st and 2nd Aves. for $13.525 million... Read more

Real Estate Developers Act as Saviors for Struggling Churches in the Bronx

September 14, 2016

Struggling churches are finding developers seeking to build on their land may just be a savior. Bronx reporter Erin Clarke tells us about a trend that is keeping many houses of worship afloat and relevant in their communities... Read more

Holding Out in Harlem, but Not Holding a Grudge

March 21, 2016

The blog post should have been the least of Tracy Butler’s worries, what with the demolition and excavation work going on on three sides of her family’s 129-year-old brownstone on West 123rd Street. Yet four months later, it still bemused her... Read more

Azimuth’s massive Bronx mixed-use project revealed

November 24, 2015

Financial District-based Azimuth Development Group released new renderings of their ambitious mixed-used project in Soundview. The developer is planning a 250,000-square-foot building at the site, located at 1755 Watson Avenue, between Rosedale Avenue and Commonwealth Avenue, to hold 250 apartments for mixed income residents, plus 20,000 square feet of retail, NY YIMBY reported... Read more

Building Upon Webster Avenue

October 20, 2014

Heavy-duty bulldozers and trucks pepper an empty lot on Webster Avenue near 205th Street, where a new 10-story, 60-unit residential building is now under construction. And the point has been made loud and clear: The Bedford, as it will be called, will not be supportive housing, a nagging problem for the burgeoning Webster Avenue stretch... Read more

HDC, HPD join Azimuth DG and partners to announce the grand opening of 201 new affordable apartments in the Bronx

April 22, 2015

FBronx, New York – The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), joined Azimuth Development Group, Best Development Group, the Upper Manhattan Development Corporation and partners to celebrate the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Morris Court Apartments. Morris Court Apartment... Read more

Flood Zone Grants

The 100-year flood zone covers 19 per cent of the city’s land surface. Projects built within this flood zone that enroll in the New York City Voluntary Cleanup Program are eligible for a $10,000 bonus Flood Zone Cleanup Grant. Cleanup of coastal sites is part of a strategy to reduce the risk of erosion and dispersion of contaminants in the event of future severe storms that might affect the area... Read more