Skip to Content
Get Access to Off-Market Listings.
CityRealty Logo
The following is a list of links to City Realty pages. For screen reader users, all links are visible at all time, so you may ignore the control buttons
The following is a list of links to City Realty pages. For screen reader users, all links are visible at all time, so you may ignore the control buttons
 
 
For screen reader users, all slides are visible at all time so you may ignore the control buttons
A blog from CityRealty (Links below will take you to the 6sqft site)

Features

All renderings credit of Asthetique via Douglas Elliman Marketing All renderings credit of Asthetique via Douglas Elliman Marketing
Harlem has long established a reputation as a cultural and culinary center of Manhattan, and a residential building boom has taken hold in recent years. Near a particularly dense collection of epicurean hot spots is 300 West, a residential building offering 170 attainably-priced condos. When sales launched in summer 2020, a press release announced that the building had already drawn a waitlist of 700 registrants attracted to the larger-than-average layouts, impressive amenity package for Harlem, and central location. Many units are now in contract, and current availabilities start at $530K for studios, $785K for one-bedrooms, $1.3 million for two-bedrooms, and $2 million for three-bedrooms.
 
 
 
 
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
The broad 15-story building was designed by Issac & Stern Architects and spans the full western blockfront of St. Nicholas Avenue between West 122nd and 123rd streets. Its entrance will be on tree- and brownstone-lined West 122nd Street, a few doors down from boutique condominium The Vidro. A recent site visit shows that the building is winding down construction and easily distinguished by its facade of limestone piers, elongated bricks, and oversized multi-pane windows. The top four floors take on a more modern appearance with full height windows, dark metal trim, and a cascade of terraces fronted by glass railings.
300-West-122nd-Street-05
300-West-123rd-Street-06
 
 
 
 
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
300-West-122nd-Street
Enlarge Image
In an interview with CityRealty, Bespoke Living Principal and Douglas Elliman Sales Director Rachel Medalie said, "The neighborhood has never seen this level of finishes." All units feature a richly layered palette of materials and finishes by acclaimed designer Paris Forino, and the building is well positioned to offer views of Central Park to the south and Morningside Park to the west. Open concept plans feature custom white oak herringbone floors, kitchens with custom white oak cabinetry, Carrara marble countertops and backsplashes; and a state-of-the-art appliance package with a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf oven and gas range, and Cove dishwasher. Many apartments also feature a private terrace, walk-in closets, and high ceilings.
 
 
 
 
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
The building's full suite of amenities includes a 24-hour attended lobby, a health club with swimming pool, a residents' lounge with a demonstration kitchen, a landscaped courtyard, a library with workspaces, a 3,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with grills, an inspiring kids activity room with a play stage, bike room, private storage, and valet parking for an additional cost.
Ms. Medalie reports that a large number of the prospective buyers are locals who want to upgrade and Manhattanites seeking greater value uptown. Indeed, the neighborhood is a key selling point as well as the building. 300 West is in a quiet residential setting, but one with easy access to Central Park, Columbia University, Whole Foods, and express subway transportation one stop from Midtown. Between Marcus Samuelsson's Red Rooster, iconic restaurants like Sylvia's, Melba's, BLVD Bistro NY, a Levain Bakery outpost, Double Dutch Espresso, Vinateria, and La Diagonal, there is no shortage of dining options in the immediate vicinity.
 
 
 
 
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image

Schedule an Appointment
To tour this property, just complete the information below.
  1. Your message (optional)
  2. Your name
  3. Your phone
  4. Your email address
Or call us at (212) 755-5544

Additional Info About the Building

 
Book a Tour or get more information about any of these properties