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Map No. 14: South Harlem

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Real Estate
Like everywhere else in the city, renovations and new buildings are ubiquitous—but bargains are plentiful, too.


111 Central Park North
Sales: Jeffrey Burger, 917-846-3975
All 47 apartments take advantage of top-of-the-park views, so they’ve sold quickly, even at $1,200 per square foot. Rumor has it the penthouse is in negotiations for $12 million.

SoHa 118
301 W. 118th St.
Sales: 212-280-3500

Broker: Michelle Mizrahi, Prudential Douglas Elliman
Once it’s built, SoHa 118 (above) will likely be the tallest building in the immediate vicinity. Most of the 93 units, from one-bedrooms to three-bedrooms, will go for market rate, but a third are slated for middle-income housing, priced in the mid-$200,000s.

245 W. 115th St.
Sales: Shelley O’Keefe, Corcoran, 212-634-6515
This twenty-unit brownstone condo has only studios and one-bedrooms. It’s fairly no-frills—there’s no doorman or gym—but the units are outfitted with name-brand fixtures (Kohler) and finishes (Durango limestone), all for under $300,000 apiece.

The Normandie
100 W. 119th St.
Sales: Norman Horowitz, Halstead, 212-381-4214

A prewar conversion made up primarily of sprawling four-bedrooms with the usual finishes (central air, granite kitchens, designer baths) and the occasional wood-burning fireplace. Prices of units available now range from $975,000 to $1,195,000.


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