BRAND NEW BUILDING! FACETIME and VIDEO TOURS AVAILABLE! Live and thrive in Harlem in this east facing 2 Bedroom home, filled with natural light and great energy. A central living room has floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors to a private outdoor balcony. Open views of park setting outside provides green and sky. White oak floors and recessed lighting give this sunny room terrific light and flow.
The chef's kitchen has a caesarstone breakfast bar with a deep central brushed stainless square sink with designer faucet, full-size stainless steel appliances including fridge, gas range, microwave and dishwasher. Solid core lacquer cabinetry wraps both sides of the open kitchen for extra storage and beautifully crafted built-ins. There's also a full-size washer dryer just off the kitchen.
Follow a hallway to the bedrooms - a second bedroom has over-sized windows and a very large closet with a deluxe bathroom across the hall with deep soaking tub and shower. The king-size master bedroom also has a wall of windows plus a giant wallk-in closet and ensuite master bath with walk-in shower. Both bathrooms feature Mona Lisa porcelain tiled walls and floor, with polished chrome designer water fixtures and Toto toilets.
2600 Seventh Ave is Harlem's newest and most attainably priced luxury condominium, now showing while under construction, with first occupancy anticipated for Spring and Summer 2020. The building features a full suite of luxury amenities including fitness center, landscaped courtyard with waterfall, residents' lounge with outdoor decks, outdoor serenity deck and landscaped rooftop deck. There are private outdoor cabanas available separately, as well as in-building parking by separate subscription.
Onsite Sales Office open daily, with all tours by appointment.
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