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.
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.
View towards Central Park from One Mornigside Park
One Morningside Park view from Frederick Douglass Boulevard Circle
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Happy 4th of July Harlem! It’s going to be a hot and sunny weekend with temps in the high 80’s / low 90’s see NYC 5 Day Forecast. The 37th Annual Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks will start at 8 pm EST live in New York City on the Hudson River. Macy’s Barges Map shown here from 24th Street to 42nd Street. Special holiday events are scheduled all throughout the city including Harlem Tavern‘s second year anniversary and 4th of July bash. With temperatures expected to reach in the low 90’s Friday and Saturday you can stay cool at one of the NYC Public Swimming Pools including Harlem Lasker Pool in Central Park.Central Park.
Also Morningside Park, Marcus Garvey Park & Pool and Washington Heights along the Hudson in the 140’s are great areas to enjoy your “staycation” in New York.
Get outside and enjoy your Holiday weekend!
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Last night when I exited the subway at 125th street, there were groups of people looking at the sky and pointing. Of course, I looked up too……but saw nothing. Shrugging my shoulders I started walking south when I saw a light streak across the sky, disappear behind a building , appear on the other side, then fly off into the distance. Then I saw another. And another. Lights streaking through the twilight sky. I couldn’t make out what what they were. Drones? Saucers? The Spielberg movie “War of the Worlds” started running through the back of my head… I was getting concerned.
A man with a desperate look in his eyes stopped me on 123rd street and said “Please tell me you see these things flying in the sky. What are they??!! I can’t get a picture of them. I think I’m going crazy! Do you see them??!!”
“I do see them, this is freaky! WHAT ARE THEY???” One more, then another went diagonally through the sky toward Morningside Park. I tried to take decent shots for posterity but it was all happening so fast… I just kept it moving– turning quickly down 121st st, longing for safety of my apartment.
Finally, walking past P.S. 76 A Philip Randolph School, I happened upon the explanation. Neighbors were in the schoolyard launching Chinese Flying Lanterns. Kids were laughing and running around, folks were clapping and oohing and ahhing with glee as each floated upward.
I vaguely wondered what the occasion was but mostly I sighed in relief (and slight embarrassment). My Harlem UFO fears were assuaged.
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It has been a couple of months since our last update on One Morningside Park , the new condominium development on West 110th Street and Manhattan Avenue. Comments are still coming in (both good and not so good) on previous posts while this building continues to go up at lightening speed. Below is a photo of the building (framed by orange line) from the North side angle looking downtown and towards the West. As you can see it is already a part of lower Harlem’s skyline. I believe from our previous posts, it will rise a total of 22 floors upon completion. That is the “Ariel” on Broadway showing in the background which is a soaring 37 floors.
A Broker (friend to HarlemCondoLife) informed us that he recently went to a courtesy preview of the building and they are going to have 69 units many with outdoor space and dirct views of Morningside Park and Central Park. The sales office will be open officially in late August. Stay tuned for future developments on One Morningside Park here at HarlemCondoLife.com.
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Come to Morningside Park’s Down to Earth Farmers Market in Harlem, formerly known as Community Markets. Open Saturdays, 9:00AM – 5:00PM, 05/25 – 12/07. 110th St. & Manhattan Ave.
What To Expect
Specialty Foods: pickles, chutneys, frozen soups, sauces & salsa, chocolate
Meat + Poultry: goat, lamb sausage, poultry sausage, beef sausage, pork sausage
Plants + Flowers: annuals, perennials, potted culinary herbs, vegetable starts, house plants
Fruits + Vegetables: thyme, spinach, lavender, cilantro, bok choy, radish, carrots, red beets, snap peas, italian flat beans, fennel, zucchini squash, slicing cucumbers, dandelion, escarole, chard, collards, broccoli raab, arugula, asparagus, rhubarb
Baked Goods: muffins, cookies, pies, croissants, danish, baguettes, brioches, challah, foccacias, white breads, mixed grain breads, whole grain breads, sour dough breads, empanadas, pot pies, quiches, cupcakes, cakes, quick breads, biscotti, turnovers, local grain breads
Beverages: pear cider, apple cider
Pantry Staples: roasted nuts, coffee beans
A large variety of Participating Vendors
via Morningside Park Farmers Market | Down to Earth Markets.
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Harlem Condo Life continued to tour a few favorite spots in Harlem and the surrounding nabes to bear witness to hurricane Sandy’s aftermath. Below are a few pictures and a video.
Morningside Park 2
Washed up object impaled on tree
River Clay Tennis Courts
Riverside Park Bike Path
Apple Store Prepared
Upper West Side Apartments
This video shows where the Hudson River flooded over the West Side Highway to the median which divides uptown from downtown traffic around 115th Street.
Hundreds of thousands of evacuees have already rushed to emergency shelters with their loved ones, and your support is desperately needed to help keep as many people safe from the storm as possible. Click here to get involved or donate to The Red Cross.
125th Street Pier
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DJ Stormin’ Norman’s fabulous Sundae Sermon brought the happy party people once again to Morningside Park this past Sunday with incomparable guest DJ’s Louie Vega and Kevin Hedge. It was another packed house and perfect weather!
Unfortunately this was the last Summer 2012 event on the Hill in Harlem but Norman hinted that they are looking to have a final blast in another park in the next couple weeks so definitely check the website for further details.
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Sundae Sermon is back this coming Sunday August 26th at 2 – 7pm. We are very happy to hear that it will be held in Morningside Park at it’s usual location. This Sunday will feature DJ MKL, DJ Tommy Bones, DJ Des Uno alongside DJ Stormin’ Norman. Located on Morningside Drive (upper level) and 114th Street Harlem, New York. Just look for the large crowd listening and dancing to great soulful house, classics and afroBeats… you’ll find it.
Bring a picnic basket and your family your friends or come by yourself, this event is for everyone. Last Sundae Sermon in July was very crowded and I assume this one will be to, so if you want to set up a spot on the lawn come early.
Sundae Sermon July 2012
Hope to see you all there. A big shout out to Stormin’ Norman and his ongoing efforts to make this #1 family afternoon party happen for our Harlem community. Let’s all go celebrate!
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The time has come!!! Another Sundae Sermon finally approaches this Sunday July 15th from 2 – 7pm in Morningside Park. Alongside DJ Stormin’ Norman this Sunday will be the one and only DJ Spinna. If that isn’t enough the event will be hosted by Bevy Smith and the cast of FELA! which returns to Broadway July 9, 2012.
Sundae Sermon is Good Music For Good People. Come by this Sunday and see what you’ve been missing or come back to what you already know. Bring your kids, the family, a date, your parents, girlfriend, husband, neighbor… whatever this party is for everyone who likes music that makes you feel good. Sundae Sermon Harlem’s number one outdoor party!
See you there…
DJ Stormin’ Norman
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Everyone– not just Dad–was in the groove on the hill in Morningside Park Sunday afternoon at Sundae Sermon’s Father’s Day kickoff with DJ’s STORMIN’ NORMAN, QOOL MARV, and ALI COLEMAN.
Sundae Sermon is one of the highlights of the area, bringing good vibes and joy to everyone. The next Sundae Sermon will be on July 15th. See you there!
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