Tuesday, July 8, 2014


After being on the market for well under a month, it appears that Central Harlem's newest condo is almost sold out.  Below is the press announcement we received last night:

Halstead Property Development Marketing (HPDM) launched sales at 58 West 129th Street in Harlem and after just three weeks, the project is already 80% in contract. The brokers to the development state, "Markets react quickly when strong demand is combined with intelligent design and affordable price points. Together with the developer's architectural team, we helped design floor plans that were both spacious and efficient. The incredible pace of sales is a direct result of the team's effort to create a high quality home with a high level of amenities and finishes at an entry-level price."

The seven-story condominium development features 19 studio-, one- and two-bedroom homes half of which have balcony or private terrace space and all of which come with private storage. The residences range in price from $425,000 - $1,695,000. The building offers a 15-year tax abatement, virtual doorman, fitness center, shared residence roof deck and backyard garden, additional storage spaces and private bike storage: www.uptown58.com

1 comment:

  1. Wow. What a quick turnaround. The apartments and the finishes in this building are impressive. But methinks the upcoming Whole Foods on 125th and Lenox (just a few blocks south of this development) is what's really driving the sales here.