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PARK-ING PRIViLEGES

Across from Jackie Robinson Park on Bradhurst Avenue and West 145th Street, the 180-unit Langston is among the latest luxury condo developments in Harlem. Along with a long list of fabulous amenities is front-door valet parking. The two- and three-bedroom homes, including duplex penthouses, range from 883 square feet to 1,331 square feet. They feature red oak strip flooring throughout, gorgeous kitchens dressed in Sienna apple wood cabinetry with Positano-Australian stone worktops, GE Profile stainless steel appliances, and LG combination washer/dryers. Crema pearl Italian marble master baths boast oversized frameless showers and Kohler Hourglass whirlpool tubs. Penthouses sport 18-foot high windowed walls for stunning park and city views, electric fireplaces, and private terraces. In addition to valet parking, there’s a 24/7 concierge service, fitness center—and a lovely resident’s terrace with a play area for kids. From $630,000. OCCUPANCY WINTER 2007

SIDNEY WHELAN | 212-381-2346 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY

     
           
 
 

TALL ORDER

Set to become the borough’s tallest new building when it’s completed, the 40-story ORO, at 306 Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn, makes parking a breeze. Simply pull into the underground garage and hand the keys over to the attendant before heading upstairs via direct elevator access. With a unit mix of studios to three bedroom penthouses, ranging from 449 to 1,596 square feet, each boasts hardwood floors and nine-foot high floor-to-ceiling windows for enjoying the great cityscape views. Open kitchens are designed with Euro-style, matte lacquer finished cabinetry, Italian stone worktops, and ice-glass backsplashes. Stainless steel appliances are courtesy of GE Profile. Master baths feature cherry wood and sycamore vanities, soaking tubs, and separate glass-enclosed showers. Building amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor basketball and racquet ball courts, a 50-foot lap pool, theater-style screen room, and a resident’s lounge. From the low $300,000s. OCCUPANCY EARLY 2008

CHRISTINE HODGSON | 888-ORO-0306 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

 
   
 
 
 

IT’S A HOTEL, NO WAIT…IT’S A CONDO

Developed by André Balazs, William Beaver House combines condo living with his design sensibilities for timeless glamour with hotel-type amenities. Parking here is, as expected, stylish. Cars pull up so close to the front doors it’s practically the lobby, and keys are handed off to the valet. Eying the glass-bottomed Jacuzzi from the second floor’s amenity center and the cool conversation pit as you walk through the lobby is merely the first show-stopping act of what lies ahead. From one- to three-bedrooms, Burmese teak floors and nine-and-a-half foot floor-to-ceiling windows are used throughout. High-styled kitchens and master baths with soaking tubs roomy enough for three are also part and parcel here. Standout features of the aforementioned amenity floor include an indoor lap pool and an outdoor Jacuzzi. The rooftop lounge sports a catering kitchen, outdoor grills, and a restaurant courtesy of Giorgio DeLuca. From $800,000. OCCUPANCY SPRING 2008

JAMES LANDSILL | 212-785-5555 | CORCORAN SUNSHINE MARKETING

 
       
 
“Buyers like knowing they can pull up to the front door or drive into the building’s garage and hand the keys over without having to worry about driving around for a while in hopes of finding a spot, ” said Gotham Organization’s president David Picket. “That’s what full-service luxury living is all about.”  
 


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