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Exterior siding is going up on One Morningside Park

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Previously we posted One Morningside Park in Harlem already 40 Percent Sold, over a month ago.  The other day we noticed  the siding and windows are now being placed along the lower floors in the front.  This process could move quickly but they still have the interior and all of the fixtures inside to finish up which could take several more months.  However, our source connected with the development as well as our broker friend who has sold a couple of units in this building already, both say that they suggest completion by January 2014.  I’d like to be that optimistic but I think that they are going to run over their estimated finis time a bit.  New construction usually does just take for example some of the buildings in this area such as 5th on the Park, the Gateway Towers and The Livmor.

You can visit their website and make an appointment to view floorplans and additional details if you are interested in One Morningside Park.

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88 MORNINGSIDE IN HARLEM, Unveils breathtaking rooftop terrace

By HarlemHouse 

FASTEST SELLING DEVELOPMENT IN HARLEM, 88 MORNINGSIDE,

 

UNVEILS BREATHTAKING ROOFTOP TERRACE


New York, NY – July 29, 2011 – Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced the completion of the rooftop terrace at 88 Morningside, a premier new development located on the corner of Morningside Avenue and West 122nd Street.

Featuring landscaping design by Chelsea Garden Center and modern furnishings from Design Within Reach, the spacious 1,800 square foot roof terrace at 88 Morningside offers a communal kitchen equipped with an Electri-Chef 32” dual control, built in electric grill and cold storage; large chairs and dining tables; relaxing lounge chairs; six private cabanas; as well as breathtaking views of Morningside Park and the Manhattan skyline.

“We are extremely pleased with the finished product of the roof deck,” said Beatrice Sibblies, president of BOS Development, lead developer of 88 Morningside.  “The designers have created such a comfortable atmosphere; it’s the perfect setting for residents and guests to mingle, relax, or even host an intimate party.”

88 Morningside (www.88Morningside.com) is a modern 12-story residential building that includes a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes.  The remaining 32 units range in size from approximately 735 – 1,270 square feet and in price from $415,000 – $880,000.

The fastest selling new development in Harlem, 88 Morningside has reached more than 50% sold in just over a year.

“As sales continue at a steady pace, we anticipate the new roof terrace will add another element of interest for buyers,” said Stephen G. Kliegerman, president of Halstead Property Development Marketing. “The views of neighboring Morningside Park and the Manhattan skyline simply add to the great location, desirable layouts and unique design elements.”

All residences feature distinctive charcoal maple wood floors, ample natural light and clean lines throughout.  The kitchens feature sleek white lacquer cabinetry and a modern appliance package including Delonghi gas range stove, Bosch microwave and dishwasher, and paneled Liebherr refrigerator.

Spa-like master baths feature white wall tile and white Corian sink surfaces offset by deep black Senza stone tile.  Other distinctive elements include a custom-made oak vanity, Artemide lighting, and a Duravit soaking tub or glass-enclosed shower with 10-inch rain showerhead.  Two- and three-bedroom apartments include a second bathroom with Gypsum tile bath walls, Ann Sacks mosaic tile floors and glass-enclosed shower.

Residences enjoy a variety of other amenities, including an on-site storage area, media lounge, virtual concierge and fitness center. The development is situated in a community offering a vibrant scene with numerous restaurants, lounges, shops and services. The Studio Museum in Harlem, H&M, and Fairway are all within walking distance and the nearby Harlem Piers leads to the beautiful Hudson River bike paths and Riverside Park.

 

About 88 Morningside:

88 Morningside is comprised of 73 units including 47 one-bedroom, 17 two-bedroom and nine three-bedroom apartments.  The building features original design elements and exclusive amenities that rival those found in many of the top buildings in Manhattan including a roof deck with an outdoor kitchen, spa-like bathrooms, gourmet open kitchens, a media lounge, and a virtual concierge.  88 Morningside’s successful team of developers includes: Beatrice Sibblies, managing partner at BOS Development; Edward Poteat, director of real estate finance for Horsford & Poteat Realty; and Sara Herbstman, partner of The Bluestone Organization. For more information, please visit: www.88morningside.com.

 


A(nother) Building Grows On Harlem’s Gold Coast / Restaurant Row

 

By HarlemGuy                                                                                                                                       I continue to be surprised by the pace of development in Harlem, in particular on what is now well-known as the Gold Coast / Restaurant Row.   Which is why this new construction sprouting on what is now the remaining half of the Garden of Love at 116th between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and Morningside Avenue – and directly across the street from Harlem Tavern, caught my eye.

What new manner of residential or commercial  enterprise will appear here we can only imagine.

We would love to hear from you if you know anything.

 

 

A(nother) Building Grows On Harlem's Gold Coast / Restaurant Row

 

By HarlemGuy                                                                                                                                       I continue to be surprised by the pace of development in Harlem, in particular on what is now well-known as the Gold Coast / Restaurant Row.   Which is why this new construction sprouting on what is now the remaining half of the Garden of Love at 116th between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and Morningside Avenue – and directly across the street from Harlem Tavern, caught my eye.

What new manner of residential or commercial  enterprise will appear here we can only imagine.

We would love to hear from you if you know anything.