Wednesday, April 24, 2019

DWELL: 345 WEST 121ST STREET SOLD LOWER

Harlem Bespoke: Number 345 West 121st Street arrived on the market back in October 2018 for an asking set at $3.495 million and the renovated single-family home by Morningside Park had a contract out by January which just closed a slight bit lower at $3.45 million.  The brownstone had been purchased about 4 years ago and has since had modern additions added such as inset ceiling lights and even a vaulted wine cellar. Some of the original details are also included within so not all of the charm has been lost with the contemporary adjustments.

As previously mentioned, even though the house is on the narrower side, the prime block close to the lower FDB corridor, Morningside Park and express trains make the location desirable.  A larger house just a block south had sold this year for over $3.8 million: LINK

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SHOP: POMPETTE WINE BAR SET FOR FALL 2019


Harlem Bespoke:  Island Salad on Lenox at the corner of 131st shuttered a few years ago and a wine bar was supposed to open up in the Central Harlem commercial space.  So what happened?  We stopped by Pompette located just around the corner and the owner of the wine shop mentioned that a couple of years of delays have finally been clearing up.  Pompette is the best boutique wine shop in the neighborhood and many have been waiting for the sister business to debut but apparently September 2019 is the new estimated date for the opening.  More on Pompette can be found in our past post: LINK

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*SPONSORED: STATE OF THE MARKET SPRING 2019

Thursday, April 25th, 6:00PM-8:00PM, State of the Market Spring 2019 with Krantz + Krantz at Rowhouse, 2128 Frederick Douglass Boulevard by 115th Street.  Uptown broker Jeff Krantz, co-founder of the Krantz + Krantz team, delivers his unique insights into the Harlem Real Estate market. Topics will include: Upcoming and current new developments, Pricing trends, Interest rate discussion with Adam Turkewitz from Wells Fargo and Instant Home Value.  RSVP on the Krantz + Krantz site: LINK


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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

INTRODUCING: SIGNAGE AT RUBY'S VINTAGE

Harlem Bespoke:  One of the more interesting new retro interiors to be found uptown has been a little difficult to locate in Central Harlem until now.  Ruby's Vintage recently debuted on ACP at the corner of 137th Street and the 70s lounge has finally added a cool old school sign out front.  This is all appropriate since the surrounding neighborhood by Strivers Row has a lot of historic architecture still intact and the posh eatery definitely fits right in.  More on Ruby's can be found in our past post: LINK

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