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70 West 139th Street: Review and Ratings

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Carter Horsley
Review of 70 West 139th Street by Carter Horsley

This very attractive, 8-story building at 70 West 139th Street between Fifth Avenue and Malcolm X Boulevard in Harlem was completed in 2017 and has 64 condominium apartments of which 42 are "affordable." 

It was developed by Parkadon Management & Development, which was founded by Michael Greenberg in 1993, and the New York Housing Partnership. 

It was designed by Peter Franzese and Jorges Montes De Oca of Peter Franzese Design and Engineering, 

The building, which is also known as 560 Lenox Avenue, has a 1,878-square-foot community facility on the ground floor.

Bottom Line

A very nice and quite elegant, red-brick and limestone configuration with considerable finesse and a handsome lobby and good amenities.


The handsome, red-brick building has an entrance marquee over a recessed entrance and beneath a bandcourse of three limestone bands. Its base has a limestone bottom and two thin limestone bands. Above the 6th floor is a broad limestone bandcourse.  There is also a broad white spandrel at the east side of the façade on the sixth floor. 

The top two floors are partially recessed and have a white bandcourse between them and open loggias.with some balconies. 

Several floors have thin limestone stringcourses and the cornice and some of the bandcourses are delicately layered. 

The side sections of the façade are recessed a bit and end of them is only 1 story high. 

The building has a bright and large lobby with marble, hardwood and glass finishes and a mosaic mural by Harlem-based artist Susan Stair in partnership with Art in Flux, a non-profit organization. 

The building has sidewalk landscaping and incorporates a powerful rooftop generator that will operate in Con Edison’s Demand Response program, as well as provide backup power to the building.


The building has a virtual doorman, parking for 32 cars and charging stations, storage for 34 bicycles, 54 private storage rooms, a fitness center and a 2,500-square-foot roof terrace with ivy-covered walls.


70 West 139th Street has 31 one-bedroom apartments, 31 two-bedroom/two-bathroom apartments, and two three-bedroom apartments.  

Apartment 1B is a two-bedroom unit with an entry foyer adjacent to an open kitchen that leads to a 19-foot-long living/dining room with a patio.

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