Listings

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☞DWELL:  The Rennie Condominiums



BRP Companies has announced the launch of sales at The Rennie, a new residential building located at 2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd in Central Harlem. The initial availability of condos at the eight-story building will include studios to three-bedroom residences, with pricing estimated from $580,000 to $1,890,000.

Residences features include gray oak flooring, wood grain and white gloss kitchen cabinetry, stainless steel Fisher & Paykel appliances, master bathrooms with Florentine Carrara porcelain tile. Select residences offer outdoor living space. The model residences and amenity spaces were designed by BHDM Design.  For more details, go to the official Rennie site: TheRennie.com

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☞DWELL:  357 West 122nd Street Townhouse
Harlem Bespoke:  The townhouse with the front door cast iron dragons at 357 West 122nd Street was on the market for $3.3 million back in January and has recently had a price reduction to $2.75 million with a new broker.  We always admired this intact block around the corner from Morningside Park which has great architecture and is also close to the lower FDB by commercial corridor by the express train station on 125th Street.  There are also some original details within and the house has many modern upgrades.  With that said, the brownstones at this part of Harlem tend to be a little more on the modest in size and this townhouse is in a two-family layout.  More details and photos can be found on the broker site: LINK

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☞DWELL:  10 Lenox Condominiums
Premier Central Park Residence: Come home to an idyllic haven overlooking New York’s most cherished green space. 10 Lenox is a collection of 29 exquisite residences finely crafted by premier design firm Fogarty Finger. A triumph of modern architecture, this elegant brick and cast stone building looks out onto the lush greenery of Central Park and reflects the storied legacy of its Harlem surroundings. More information and details on the official site: LINK

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☞DWELL:  427 West 162nd Street Brownstone

Harlem Bespoke: One of the grand brownstones by the Morris-Jumel Mansion is now up for sale for the initial asking of $2.795 million.  Number 427 West 162nd Street is one of the spectacular historic townhouses situated at the topmost block of Sugar Hill in Washington Heights and the generous 19-foot-wide home is also one of the most fully intact interiors that can be found uptown as far as original details go.  Everything looks gloriously restored with the right amount of modern updates in the 2-family residence and there is even a decorative water fountain in the backyard.  The main supermarket and subway entrance is also only a block away from the address.   More details and open house information can be found on the broker site: LINK

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☞ DWELL:  17 Convent Avenue Condominiums


17 Convent stands on the corner of a quiet leafy street near the top of a gently rising hill. Its subtle tri-toned brick facade and generous windows create a welcoming presence. Express trains and fantastic restaurants are only a block away from the West Harlem location.  Last units are currently available on the official 17 Convent Avenue site: LINK

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☞ DWELL:  944 St. Nicholas Avenue Townhouse

Harlem Bespoke: Number 944 St. Nicholas Avenue by 158th Streett arrived on the market for the asking of $2 million in April and now has been reduced to $1.899 million.  As previously mentioned, this Sugar Hill townhouse in a 2-family configuration has a bit of original details intact and is probably one of the lower-priced homes on the Manhattan market that does not need a lot of major renovations besides a few upgrades in the kitchen or baths. The location is also close to the Morris-Jumel Mansion and the subway station at 162nd Street.  More details and contact information on the broker site: LINK

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☞ DWELL:  Halstead Property Development Marketing
Halstead Property Development Marketing is a leading sales and marketing firm dedicated to the craft of new development. HPDM partners with celebrated developers, architects, and designers to create superior building and living experiences of the highest caliber. Having represented billions of dollars in sales over the past decade, the team brings considerable skill, insight and dedication to carving out truly unique properties that benefit residents and developers.  For more details and current developments, go to the official HPDM site: LINK

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