Pre snowstorm we took these photos of the Gas Station lot on 110th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard showing that it is now completely fenced off, boarded up and waiting for construction to begin.
There seems to be a variety of articles about what the development will be (rentals, condos, both), what it will include (affordable units, how many, community space, etc), and so on. See our previous posts for the backstory here.
It would seem that this lot – which represents the last real estate property left along Central Park (West, South, East and North), will more likely be a new construction condominium complex. A reliable professional source to HarlemCondoLIfe in real estate who is always ahead of the curve on many stories, agrees with this assessment. There are several recent precedents for this configuration. For example Fifth On the Park on 120th Street and 5th Avenue along Marcus Garvey Park includes condominiums, affordable rentals and a community church.
Stay tuned for more on this property in our Harlem Real Estate section.
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A large crane was spotted the other day at One Morningside Park in Harlem on 110th Street and Manhattan Ave. The exterior of the building looks to be near completion, however there still seems to be a lot of work needed to finish the interior. The original date we posted here at HCL for construction to be finished was by January 2014. I think by March/April or even summer of 2014 is more realistic . The building is over 50 percent sold with pricey units offering views of Morningside Park and Central Park many with balconies.
We will continue to keep you updated with progress reports on this condominium complex. For more information on previous posts on One Morningside Park and other Harlem developments, please visit Harlem Condo Life and click on the “Harlem Real Estate” menu item.
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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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