A newly constructed condominium in East Harlem, 160 East 117th Street is a pre-war low-rise built in 1900 before airplanes had even scratched the surface of American life. With a historic flair and an ideal location near Harlem's most well-known sites, 160 East 117th Street provides affordable yet aesthetically appealing living all in one. Neptune soaking tubs and double bowl sinks with glass backsplash tiles and a rain shower provide a soothing atmosphere for bathroom lounging, while stainless steel appliances and gourmet eat-in kitchens are an exquisite backdrop for family meals. Oversized windows, high ceilings, terraces, and a self-controlled heating and air conditioning system provide the key to a spacious, well-aired, and well-lit apartment. Outdoor space, much-coveted and ill-provided in so many other parts of the city, is instantly accessible at 160 East 117th Street, not including the roof deck. Along with that, a bike room allows residents the option of maintaining their health in the comfort of their home, while a laundry room, and laundry service greatly reduce the burden of keeping clothes tidy. A live-in superintendent means that residents will never have to wait for days on end for repairs, while a doorman provides a sense of security. With PS 7 Samuel Stern and and JHS 45 John C Roberts schools just around the corner, 160 East 117th Street is also ideal for a family set-up. Marcus Garvey Memorial Park and Central Park The 2, 3, and Metro North trains are within a 1-2 block radius away from the low-rise, offering speedy transportation to other parts of the city.
- washer/dryer allowed