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Real Estate Showcase - Uptown/Harlem

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O BEAUTIFUL FOR SPACIOUS SKIES

This residence at Loft 124, just off Lenox Avenue, comes in at nearly 2,000 square feet and includes a home office/studio and dining area. Once the warehouse for the famous Koch Department Store on 125th Street, this two-bedroom unit with private outdoor space and elevator-key access has spectacular north-, south-, and east-facing views, 24-foot high vaulted terra cotta-tile ceilings, exposed brick, enormous tilt-and-turn windows, bamboo floors, a remote-controlled gas-burning fireplace, and a washer/dryer. The expansive open kitchen boasts custom white Italian cabinetry topped off with Vagli marble, built-in wine-storage, and appliances from Viking and Sub-Zero. The master bath comes with a six-foot Durivat soaking tub, a separate glass shower, and a custom walnut vanity with double-sinks. Building amenities: fitness center, yoga studio, individual storage, a part-time doorman, and a Cyber Doorman. $1.850 million. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

SHELLEY O’KEEFE | 212-634-6515 | THE CORCORAN GROUP

     
           
 
 

HARLEM RENAISSANCE

The 47-unit Fitzgerald at 257 West 117th Street, near Columbia University and Morningside Park, is currently selling one bedrooms with home offices, one-bedroom duplexes, two-bedroom simplexes, and three-bedroom penthouses with private roof decks. Ranging from 936 to 2,735 square feet, every unit features bamboo wood flooring throughout and Asko washer/dryers. Open kitchens are sleekly designed with white and glass cabinetry, granite worktops, wine coolers, breakfast bars, and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances from GE and Miele. Master baths have marble floors and bath and tub surrounds, granite-topped vanities, and glass-enclosed showers. Building pleasures include a roof deck and a round-the-clock doorman. From $585,000. OCCUPANCY FALL 2007.

NORMAN HOROWITZ | 212-381-2619 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY

 
   
 
 
 

WAX RHAPSODIC

Rhapsody on Fifth is set inside a gorgeous, century-old Beaux Arts building at 127th Street, once the home of the Columbus Club and Finnish Cultural Society. The unit mix ranges from studios to two-bedroom duplex penthouses (from 526 to 1,503 square feet) with working fireplaces and terraces. Each home features bamboo wood floors and soaring ceiling heights throughout. Inside the windowed kitchens, you’ll find custom oak and glass cabinetry, and islands topped with granite—plus, Jenn-Air floating glass appliances. Master baths are tiled in Calacatta gold marble, glass, and limestone, and all feature separate shower stalls, soaking tubs, and custom-designed cabinetry with side-by-side glass sinks. There’s a beautifully landscaped courtyard garden, a 24/7 fitness center, refrigerated lobby storage, individual storage units, a 16-hour-a-day doorman, and a video surveillance system. From $405,000. OCCUPANCY LATE 2007.

MONICA KLINGENBERG | 212-828-5556 | THE MARKETING DIRECTORS, INC.

 
       
“Uptown and Harlem continue to thrive as more developments in the area, including 110th and Broadway, enjoy record-breaking sales,” said Andy Gerringer, managing director of Prudential Douglas Elliman Developments. “Residents enjoy a host of amenities and high design in a vibrant neighborhood that already has excellent transportation and entertainment.”  
 


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