In a city where nothing is ever as it seems, P.S. 90 at 220 West 148th Street is truly the master of disguise. This Harlem building was once a charming New York City public school house that has since been converted into a luxury apartment building. The newly renovated building still retains most of the classic, original red brick exterior that betrays its history as a place of learning for many of the city's youths. While the outside of P.S. 90 is still reminiscent of its original design, the interior of the building has been given a total makeover to place it in the forefront of the Manhattan condominium market.
Apartments at 220 West 148th Street are some of the most grandiose for sale north of Central Park. Whether it is a duplex, studio, one or two bedroom apartment, units at P.S. 90 feature 10-foot windows and Herringbone pattern European oak floor. Every room was designed with the utmost level of details and elegance such as the Honed Palmira stone bath and separate rain like shower inside the mosaic wall and floor tile bathroom. Kitchens come with Kitchen Aid stainless steel cooking range, refrigerator and freezer, Quartzite countertops and backsplash, custom walnut toned cabinets and pantry, white satin upper cabinets, floating island and Halogen recessed lighting. Some units also have an attached terrace ranging anywhere from 300 to 1,000 square-foot of privacy.
P.S. 90 is a full-service building with a full-time live in super and double-level lobby leading in from a 24-foot tall grand entrance. The residents' courtyard has over 4,500 square-foot of lusciously landscaped scenery and other amenities include a state-of-the-art entertainment and media lounge and fitness center. With its great host of on-site amenities and easy access to an array of boutiques, the Citarella, Grassroots Farmer's Market, Apollo Theatre and the Harlem School of the Arts, P.S. 90 at 220 West 124th Street is one of Harlem's most promising star pupil.