October 7th 2013
Mann Report Residential
Not only has the New York State Attorney General’s office declared Park Manhattan’s plan effective, it’s completely sold out. Once the pre-war condominium conversion, at 411-421 Manhattan Avenue between 117th and 118th streets, hit the market in 2011, the fourteen units sold within a seven month time span. Now that construction is complete, the closing process is underway.
“High demand and strong sales speak to the building’s exceptional appeal, traditional Harlem charm and modern day design,” said Charlie Lewis, Warburg Realty, who is spearheading the sales and marketing of the project.
“The Park Manhattan has everything a buyer would want: space, location, value and a well-established neighborhood,” added Rodney Propp, Chairman of Tahl Propp Equities. “The building’s brisk sales are a testament to the growing excitement surrounding Harlem real estate. There’s no place like it.”
The revitalized luxury condominium features studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom residences ranging in price from $169,000 to $497,000. The open kitchens have GE Profile stainless steel appliances and celador countertops. Bathrooms feature floor-to-ceiling D’Orient Palmira tile, pedestal sinks, and Kohler deep-soaking tub. Building amenities include a bicycle room and private storage.
The Park Collection, a trio of revitalized early 20th century condominiums, is creating a buzz throughout the Upper, Upper West Side. With details hearkening back to Harlem’s renaissance heyday, the cosmopolitan residential portfolio, comprising two apartment buildings and one former hotel, includes Park Lane at 118 West 112th, Park Place at 42 West 120th and Park Manhattan at 411-421 Manhattan Avenue. The revitalized residences feature a variety of spacious layouts with high ceilings, hardwood floors, chef-style kitchens, designer bathrooms and classic finishes.
The majestic limestone buildings, which encompasses a full city block, has three private entrances. It’s a short walk to Columbia University and steps away from Harlem’s popular Restaurant Row featuring favorites Melba’s, 67 Orange Street, Moca Lounge, Harlem Tavern, Chocolat, Starbucks and specialty grocer Best Yet Foods. It is near the B & C trains at 116th Street and the A, B, C, and D trains at 125th Street.