160 East 117th Street

160 East 117th Street

Building Description

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.

Building Amenities

  • elevator
  • washer/dryer allowed


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Nearby Transportation

116th Street & Lexington Avenue (2 min walk)

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110th Street & Lexington Avenue (7 min walk)

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116th Street & Lenox Avenue (10 min walk)

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East Harlem

East Harlem, located at the southeastern subsection of Harlem, is bordered by 5th Avenue to the west, the Harlem River to the north, East River to the east, and East 96th Street to the south. This neighborhood shares much of its rich cultural history with the rest of Harlem, but with a...


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