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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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Interactive view of Morningside Light’s annual parade in Harlem’s Morningside Park

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We attended Morningside Light’s annual parade this evening.  The parade originated on the North end of Harlem’s Morningside Park, wound it’s way South past the waterfall, onto the ball field, out onto Manhattan avenue down towards 1q0th street, and finally towards 116th and Broadway.

The parade is the culmination of a new weeklong arts event, culminating in an illuminated procession of public art in Morningside Park – this year on  Saturday, September 21.

Workshops were held to build a fleet of giant papier-mâché lanterns and hand-made musical instruments in free guided workshops at Miller Theatre at Columbia University.

The sights and sounds made you feel like you were swimming in the ocean among all sorts of glowing and singing sea creatures, intermingling with parents and kids of all kinds.

Morningside Park has certainly come a long way.  This was so much fun.  Please join in next year!

In the meantime, the pictures and videos below speak for themselves.

Learn more about the event here.

All media courtesy of HarlemCondoLife.  Enjoy!

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Procession into Morningside Park

Procession out of Morningside Park

 

Reminder Common Ground Festival In Harlem’s Morningside Park Sat. 9/21

 

Saturday, September 21st, 2:00PM, The Common Ground Festival at Morningside Park, 114th Street and Morningside Avenue.

A family-oriented festival presented by Friends of Morningside Park (and taking place by the park’s Morningside Pond).

Featuring face painting, balloon animals, puppet shows, live music and more.

At 8pm there will be a giant handmade paper lanterns of the Morningside Lights procession which winds through the park.

One Morningside Park in Harlem already 40 Percent Sold

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Heard it through the grapevine, One Morningside Park is already 40% sold.  A lot of showings are happening with brokers and clients for this condominium complex.  See our numerous previous posts for detailed information on our Harlem Real Estate Menu.  One Morningside is located on 110th Street and Manhattan Avenue in South Harlem.  Many contracts are out and 1 to 3 bedrooms have already been snatched up by eager buyers.

The sales office is now open by appointment only, to look at available floorplans for sale.   We can provide additional information if you’re interested, here at HarlemCondoLife.  Contact us via email at HarlemCondoLife@gmail.com.   A friend of our blog  just purchased a one bedroom one bath unit.  The fixtures and design looked quite nice and the site has a feature where you can see what the expected view will be from the unit you are interested in.

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Here are recent pictures taken yesterday of One Morningside Park.  They have a ways to go but the structure is now fully erected.  They expect to be finished by January 2014.  Stay tuned for more on One Morningside Park.

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View towards Central Park from One Mornigside Park

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One Morningside Park view from Frederick Douglass Boulevard Circle