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Central Harlem penthouse lists for $4,300,000 (millions)

harlem real estate via harlemcondolife

A four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath duplex penthouse on W. 118th St. and Frederick Douglass Blvd. in Harlem’s SOHA Condominiums is the most expensive residential property in the area, topping the next in line by $100,000.  It is for sale and listed by Brown Harris Stevens agents Mark Powell and Shlomi Reuveni. The property was previously listed with Corcoran for $3.8 million.  The listing went to Brown Harris Stevens sometime last summer and included a $500,000 price increase.

The property is 3,456-square-foot.  Features include two terraces, one of which is 753 square feet, custom cabinets and flooring, large windows, a 24 hour doorman and a working gas fireplace.

Says one broker: “We’re seeing an amazing trend of crowds from the Upper West Side coming to the Frederick Douglass Blvd. area.  ”  “The corridor offers a great opportunity and value.”

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Harlem's Gold Coast featured in NYT's "The Hunt"

By HarlemGuy

As previously reported on HarlemCondoLife (HCL), Harlem’s Gold Coast continues to impress brokers (in this case, Greg Kammerer, a Senior Vice President of the Corcoran Group), buyers and deal makers alike, as attested to by this recent New York Time’s story on a couple’s journey to the Livmor.

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Harlem’s Gold Coast featured in NYT’s “The Hunt”

By HarlemGuy

As previously reported on HarlemCondoLife (HCL), Harlem’s Gold Coast continues to impress brokers (in this case, Greg Kammerer, a Senior Vice President of the Corcoran Group), buyers and deal makers alike, as attested to by this recent New York Time’s story on a couple’s journey to the Livmor.

Welcome to Harlem!

UPDATE: Harlem church in contract for more than two million

By HarlemCondoLife

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In May 2009, we inquired about the church located at 371 Manhattan Avenue. Our questions or…shall we say prayers…have been answered. This place of worship is in contract for big dinero, ie $2,200,000, to be exact! That’s a good chunk of change for the 4800 sq Continue reading