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145 Central Park North (All images via The Serhant Team at NestSeekers International) 145 Central Park North (All images via The Serhant Team at NestSeekers International)
While Fifth Avenue, Billionaire's Row, and Central Park West capture most apartment-buyers' attention, Central Park North offers the same grand park views and accessibility but for a much lower price point. Running parallel to 110th Street and spanning three blocks long, the two-way stretch offers more tranquility, lower buildings, and a more tight-knit neighborhood feel when compared to its three more famous counterparts. While the area does suffer from some minor quality of life issues, benefits outweigh the cons, and the street has managed to capture all of Harlem's record-setting deals in the last decade in the ground-up buildings of 111 Central Park North, One Museum Mile, and Circa Central Park.

Coming on the heels of these successful developments is 145 Central Park North, a full-service condominium developed and designed by Grid Group Development and GLUCK+. As we've previously covered, the building is nearly finished and is wrapped in an elegant skin of near-full-height windows framed by a bronze-finished grid on its first nine floors. With sales led and marketed by The Serhant Team of NestSeekers, led by Ryan Serhant, the first listings have finally come online, presenting gracious one- to- four-bedroom residences all with Central Park views.

"The goal was to design and construct a building of elegance, stature, and lasting value all while allowing each unit to embrace the specter of Central Park with the added bonus of the Midtown skyline to the south and a panoramic view of Harlem and beyond to the north." -GLUCK+ Architects

↓ 145 Central Park North overlooks Central Park's most natural, rugged and least-touristy section which contains the North Woods, Harlem Meer, and kid-friendly conservation center.

↓ GLUCK+, the building's architect explains, "The building façade's design features a highly articulated skin for the lower nine floors with a deep bronze profile to relate to the height, rhythm, and texture of the neighboring residential buildings from the 1930s, and a taut all-glass skin wrapping the top four floors above.

↓ Hopefully, the glass walls on the upper floors do not further bird collisions which have been a problem at Circa Central Park nearby.

↓ The bright interiors dazzle with eye-catching window frames and well-crafted details such as soffited ceilings and recessed lighting.

↓ Full-height windows with white oak frames and motorized shades frame picturesque views of Central Park.

↓ The open-concept living spaces have southern exposures and beautiful white oak floors. Select homes have fireplaces, balconies, and terraces.

↓ Homes above the ninth floor have park-facing terraces ideal for small-scale urban gardening.

↓ Watch the sun sweep across the sky with the world's most famous skyline and park front-and-center.

↓ The floor plan of the 4-bedroom Penthouse B

↓ Keeping with trends, kitchens are open and understated. There is an eat-in island, custom matte gray lacquer cabinets, a glass backsplash, and a suite of fully-integrated Fisher & Paykel appliances.

↓ In many cases, the thoughtful layouts have primary bedrooms facing south overlooking the park and secondary bedrooms facing north. All primary bedrooms possess a walk-in closet

↓ The flexible 2-4 bedroom layouts are also ideal for a home office. Some bedrooms have north-facing balconies with expansive views over Harlem's pre-war blocks.

↓ En-suite baths in primary bedrooms are finished with Bianco Alanur tiles, Hansgrohe satin nickel fixtures, a step-in shower, and a deep soaking tub.

↓ Buyers on lower floors can still take in amazing views from the common roof deck. Cabanas are also available for purchase.

↓ A state-of-the-art fitness center shared only by the building's 24 apartments.

↓ A place for children to be children.

↓ A place for adults to mingle.

↓ As of early August much of the glistening facade is finished.

↓ In 2021, the Lasker Rink and Pool will be redeveloped into a state-of-the-art facility that will better integrate into the landscape while continuing to accommodate recreational and lap swimming, ice skating, and a hockey program.

↓ All current one- to four-bedroom availabilities have Central Park views. See the listings here.

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