February 1st 2011
Mann Report Residential
West Harlem success story, 555 Lenox Avenue, just off 138th Street, has sold nearly three-quarters of its spacious condominium apartments since being introduced to the market. The remaining residences in the classic five-story prewar elevator building range from roomy 881-square-foot two-bedroom-to grand 1,425-square-foot three-bedroom homes.
Among the many amenities offered at 555 Lenox Avenue are 24 hour attended lobby, resident media room, fully-equipped fitness center, private rooftop terrace, bicycle room and individual storage units for each apartment. The beautifully laid out residences feature a host of sought after prewar details, such as crown and base moldings, high ceilings in every room, mahogany-stained oak floors and abundant closet space. Kitchens have been fully outfitted with GE Profile stainless steel appliances, pristine white marble counters and backsplashes, and under cabinet lighting. Sumptoues bathrooms include floor-to-ceiling D’Oriente tile and Kohler deep soaking tubs.
“This distinct project has been designed to meet peoples’ needs and desires at accessible rates,” points out exclsuive broker, Charlie Lewis, Senior Managing Director, Warburg Realty. “Every one of the apartments is the total opposite of cookie-cutter, and offers unique advantages that resomate with buyers.”