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Renderings and model interior photos via Sotheby's International Realty Renderings and model interior photos via Sotheby's International Realty
Sales have launched at One St. Nicholas Park, a new-construction condo composed of 17 studio-to-two-bedroom residences that will benefit from state-of-the-art building systems, park views, and very convenient mass transit options.

While Central Park is widely regarded as Manhattan’s backyard, uptown neighborhoods give many downtown areas a run for their money when it comes to available parkland. With rockier terrain and more natural vegetation, many of these green spaces were set aside due to the topography being too steep to develop buildings and streets on, and too laborious to flatten. Thus, the ridge-straddling natural areas of Morningside Park, St. Nicholas Park, and Jackie Robinson Park were born, and now more than ever are beloved respites for their adjacent communities to get a much-needed breather from city life.
Separating Harlem from Hamilton Heights, and spanning from 127th Street to 141st Street is St. Nicholas Park, whose 23 acres of green space features Hamilton Grange, the retirement home of Alexander Hamilton, as well as several recreational facilities. Across from the park, at 135th Street, developer Raphael Santandreu purchased a long-vacant lot at 320 West 135th Street from the city for one dollar in 2015, to develop a modest-scaled residential building with leafy park views and supreme subway access. Knighted One St. Nicholas Park, the nine-story, red-brick building is putting the finish touches on interiors with occupancy expected in the coming months.
 
 
 
 
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View from One St. Nicholas Park
Permits filed in 2016 show the maroon and tan-colored brick building was designed by the local Harlem firm of AQC Architect. There will be 1,500 square feet of retail space on the ground floor along with 17 private residences above. Thanks to the shallowness of the corner lot, there will be no more than three units per floor and all will enjoy coveted St. Nicholas Park views.
Current availabilities show one-bedrooms start at $660K and two-bedrooms from $1.193M. The largest unit available is #7A, a 2-bed, 2-bath measuring 949 square and asking $1.33M. Available condos in Harlem show that the median price of a one-bedroom is $695K ($1,055/ft2) and two-bedrooms come in at $1.27M ($1,053/ft2).
One St Nichlas Park Kitchen
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Large technologically advanced windows with high acoustic and thermal performance will bathe interiors with natural light. Finishes are contemporary such as the sleek open kitchens that have white Calacatta quartz countertops, krion backsplash, and custom Italian cabinetry designed by Arclinea/B&B. They are complemented with Bosch and Miele appliances, with an integrated gas cooktop and refrigerator.

Baths have large format ceramic tiles by Porcelanosa, deep-soak tubs by Kohler, Grohe fixtures, and custom Italian millwork. All homes offer in-unit washer and dryers, state-of-the-art central HVAC systems with high-grade MERV-13 air filters, and select units have a Juliette balcony

The building is topped with a common roof deck, has 24-hour virtual doorman service, and sports a shared bike room.
 
 
 
 
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The new building is taking shape in a particularly charming section of western Harlem. It is close to the historic townhouses of Strivers Row and across St. Nicholas Park from the esteemed City College of New York. Surrounding blocks teem with beautiful townhouses, with access to top local schools and an eclectic choice of cuisines. But when leaving the neighborhood can’t be avoided, One St. Nicholas is located practically on top of the B/C subway station on West 135th Street. From here, an easy transfer at 125th Street allows for a 15-20 minute commute into Midtown.

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