We received a note from Harlem Lofts, Inc. informing us that leasing has started at the 220 St. Nicholas building. There is no exclusive leasing agent, they are having several of Harlem’s best all work towards leasing it out as co-exclusive leasing agents. 220 St. Nicholas
which was originally built for condos and has gone through a number of changes during construction, is now finally finished and ready for those looking for the newest high end rental building in Harlem to rent from. See below for further information.
“Leasing has started at 220 St. Nicholas Ave. the brand new high end rental building. We’ve met with the Owner and they are waiting on their TCO which they expect to get by ~ Oct 15th. There is no exclusive leasing agent, they are having 3 or 4 of Harlem’s best all work towards leasing it out as co-exclusive leasing agents.
Below are links to the 11 Units that need to be leased out. Each ad looks mostly the same but size, s.f., etc. vary in the descriptions etc. The PHA and PHB and #2 are the three featured units.
We’re hosting an Open House on Sunday from 3pm – 4pm.”
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., PHB ~ $8,000
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., PHA ~ $7,500
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., #2 ~ $6,500
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., #6 ~ $6,400
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., #5 ~ $6,350
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., #4 ~ $6,300
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., #3 ~ $6,250
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., #8A ~ $5000
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., #7A ~ $4,850
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., #8B ~ $3,500
- 220 St. Nicholas Ave., #7B ~ $3,000
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Pictures of the new New York City skyline. Views from the Staten Island ferry. The tribute beams (below) are lit up every year on the anniversary date of 9/11 are a actually a set of lights that are installed at a nearby roof in Battery Park City – directly South of the World Trade Center site.
Pictures of the transportation HUB project, which is slowly taking shape. This transportation center, once completed will be as busy as NYC’s Penn Station. Aside from providing access to PATH trains leading to and from NJ, it will also provide connectivity to over 10 subway lines through a series of underground connections. It will contain retail shops as well, especially with the amount of foot traffic that is envisioned.
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