Loft 124

138 W 124TH ST

Matt Blesso

Building Description

Loft 124 is a lovingly-restored and historic condominium conversion in the growing and close-knit community of Harlem. Built in 1906 as a warehouse for the famous Koch Department Store on 140 West 124th Street, Loft 124 proudly displays its historic roots while providing luxurious and thoughtfully-designed modern lofts. With gracious amenities, unique apartments and historic stature, Loft 124 is a prime condominium listing in a culturally-strong neighborhood. The design of the apartments for sale at Loft 124 focuses on restoring the building's original luxury while adding contemporary elegance and flair. Every apartment for sale is a modern loft conversion, allowing residents to enjoy high ceilings and wide airy spaces. Loft 124 boasts original vaulted terracotta ceilings and exposed brick walls. Large windows often look out to stunning views of Midtown Manhattan and Central Park, and many apartments feature private outdoor spaces. Residents of Loft 124 also enjoy private key-access elevator service that carry home owners directly to their apartments. The amenities of Loft 124 match this Manhattan condominium listing's design for thoughtfulness and luxury. All lofted apartments have access to two private roof decks that overlook Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. A state-of-the-art, in-house fitness center and yoga studio are excellent amenities reserved exclusively for residents, and additional individual storage rooms round out Loft 124's gracious amenities. A luxury condominium listing with historic charms and modern opulence, Loft 124 is an enticing offering in uptown Manhattan.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • doorman
  • fitness center
  • garden
  • rooftop deck
  • storage room
Matt Blesso


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Nearby Transportation

125th Street & Lexington Avenue (2 min walk)

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125th Street & Lenox Avenue (3 min walk)

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116th Street & Lenox Avenue (8 min walk)

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Central Harlem

Central Harlem stretches from beyond the northern end of Central Park to the Harlem River. It is a neighborhood of rich history, beautiful architecture, and revitalizing growth. Harlem has been the center of many ethnic groups, such as English, Jewish, Italian, and African-American...


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