Parc Standard2101 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, New York, NY, 10026
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Nestled amongst the historic and elegant pre-war apartments on Eighth Avenue is the Parc Standard, a contemporary condominium in West Harlem. Located in one of New York City's booming neighborhoods, the Parc Standard is at the heart of a vibrant and exciting area renowned for its ornate brownstones, cultural amenities, and convenient access to the rest of Manhattan and New York City by subway. At 2101 Eighth Avenue, the Parc Standard is only three blocks north of Central Park and one block east of Morningside Park, while Columbia University is a short walk away to the west, making it a great place for students to live off campus.
The condos for sale at 2101 Eighth Avenue are of a variety of floor plans, with studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom configurations available. All of them feature a modern design with large windows, top-of-the-line appliances, and hardwood floors. Stainless steel kitchens are both sleek and durable, and each condominium has a washer/dryer set, and many also contain private terraces; residents with balconies enjoy spectacular views of Central Park and Manhattan. To top if off, the Parc Standard's loft-style windows draw in natural light and make every condo feel airy and open.
Besides being at the center of an emerging neighborhood, making your address 2101 Eighth Avenue comes with a number of amenities. A virtual doorman security system ensures residents' safety, and once inside residents can take advantage of the large rooftop deck, which contains a fireplace and grill to help with hosting events. All of this and more makes the Parc Standard a benchmark for luxury condominiums in West Harlem.
- Day Spa
- Storage Room
- Fitness Center
- Washer/dryer Allowed
- Bike Storage
- Rooftop Deck
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Central Harlem stretches from beyond the northern end of Central Park to the Harlem River. It is a neighborhood with a rich history, beautiful architecture, and revitalizing growth. Harlem's diverse population reflects New York City's history and this area has been home to such famous names as Maya Angelou, James Van Der Zee, and Langston Hughes. It is also home to the Apollo Theater, where Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Smokey Robinson, and many more music legends have all performed.
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