The Saint Nicholas Condominium

753 SAINT NICHOLAS AVE

Type
Low-rise
Architect
Michael Schmitt Architect
Developer
Argyle Development, LLC

Building Description

Rising above the historic landmark of Sugar Hill in West Harlem, 753 St. Nicholas Avenue sports a remarkable stonewall structure with oriel bay window-like extensions. This luxury condominium recently completed construction in 2011 and houses 12 units on six floors. Drafted under the Green Design, this Harlem condo was structured with environmental affiance in mind. With beautifully polished bamboo flooring that reflects a vibrant dark brown when light shines in, 753 St. Nicholas Avenue also offers a gourmet kitchen with state of the art Energy-Star appliances, two oven stainless steel GE Café range complete with overhead microwaves, quartz countertops, and washers and dryers. 753 St. Nicholas Avenue is also equipped with double-glazed thermal windows and low VOC paint. The master bathroom of each unit boasts a soaking tub, different patterns within showers, Grohe fixtures and vanities crafted in Europe. 753 St. Nicholas Avenue sets a high standard in regards to amenities as well, combining convenience and safety for its residence. A cyber-doorman service allows packages to be safely secured when a resident is not home to pick it up. All apartments come with individually controlled heating and air-conditioning. A private garden is also included in this Manhattan condo, in addition to being in close proximity to St. Nicholas Park and Jackie Robinson Park. 753 St. Nicholas Avenue is a strong competitor among newly constructed condos in Harlem.

Building Amenities

  • pied-a-terre allowed
  • sublets allowed
Type
Low-rise
Architect
Michael Schmitt Architect
Developer
Argyle Development, LLC

Location

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Nearby Transportation

145th Street & St. Nicholas Avenue (3 min walk)

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148th Street & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard (7 min walk)

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145th Street & Broadway (7 min walk)

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Hamilton Heights

Tucked between Washington Heights and Manhattanville, Hamilton Heights is the former home of Andrew Hamilton, and his home is just one of many landmarks scattered around the area. The geography of the neighborhood brings a countryside-like feeling—the Hudson River and many riverside parks...

 
 

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