New market-rate housing outside the Manhattan Core / Completion 2004

This new residential condominium is the first new housing in its upper Manhattan neighborhood in approximately 50 years, and represents a return of the private market housing to older NYC neighborhoods.

Designed for kosher families, these large traditionally planned apartments offer double eat-in kitchens, roof terraces and balconies open to the sky, and washer/dryer closets.  The program includes 8 three and four bedroom flats and duplex units, each with a Ground Floor parking space.  A common roof terrace is located at the front setback.  Front and rear apartments are organized around a compact elevator-stair core, while the Ground Floor contains only the lobby and covered parking.  The units sold quickly to buyers from more developed areas in Manhattan and the suburbs in search of good housing values.