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Great room of One Morningside Park's Penhouse #2 (Photos via Halstead) Great room of One Morningside Park's Penhouse #2 (Photos via Halstead)
One Morningside Park is a 22-story condo rising from the corner of West 110th Street and Manhattan Avenue. Last month, one of the building's two penthouses (PH2) returned to the market with an ask of $11.3 million, nearly double the $5.7M it closed for in 2015. As one of the Harlem’s tallest buildings, its residences possess views over Central Park and of the city skyline. When it opened in 2014, the building closed on some of the neighborhood’s most expensive units ever, averaging more than $1,400 per square foot.
Penthouse 2 is a 3-bed/ 2.5 bath full-floor residence covering 2,154 square feet at the crest of the building. The home was recently renovated by Gil Even Tsur Architecture Workshop and features 11-inch plank European oak floors, custom lacquered storage closets, hand selected Zeus stone surfaces and a fully-integrated smart home control system. A keyed elevator also opens directly into the apartment.
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A 40-foot long great room naturally flows into the dining area and has direct access to a large terrace spanning the entire eastern side of the unit. The great room offers two separate seating areas, Venetian plastered walls, custom millwork, and a working fireplace with Zeus marble stone surround. The kitchen is equipped with premium appliances from Gaggenau and Subzero, and is fitted with Dornbracht fixtures, lacquered cabinetry, and a floating Calacatta marble island. The master suite is positioned at the northeast corner of the apartment and features a sitting area, five-fixture bath with book matched marble slabs, and two closets.
One-Morningside-Park-02 One Morningside Park PH2 floorplan via Halstead
Per our records, Penthouse 2 closed for $5.7M ($2,646 per square foot) in October 2015, the second highest square foot value ever recorded in Harlem, just behind closing price of PH1. If the seller captures the $11.3M ask, the unit will be the most expensive condo ever sold in Central Harlem, besting 111 Central Park’s $8.073M penthouse sold in 2008. PH2 also enjoys the remainder of a 20-year 421a tax abatement and monthly taxes are just $150 per month.
The building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, common roof deck, bike room. The building was designed by GF55 Partners and developed by Artimus Construction. It located across from Morningside Park, is a block away from Central Park and is near Columbia University.
1-Morningside-Park-03 Exterior of One Morningside Park (Image credit: Artimus)
1-Morningside-02 View south to Midtown over Central Park; (Halstead)
321-West-110th-Street-02 View northwest over Morningside Park (Halstead)
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