The Morellino

159 W 118TH ST

H. Thomas O'Hara, Architect, PLLC
Gal Sela & Eli Idi

Building Description

Harlem is one of the few neighborhoods in Manhattan that have a lively, cultural vibe, with a rich historic heritage behind it. And when you want to be a part of this eclectic area, there is no better place for doing just that than at the Morellino, a stunning pre-war condominium conversion at 159 West 118th Street. 35 luxury residences are offered at the Morellino, with residents allowed to choose from one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments. But regardless of the size of the apartments, the living spaces at the Morellino brilliantly showcase classic pre-war style with a modern touch. Exposed brick walls come along with modern red oak veneer flooring, and Victorian shaped windows with marble sills made with double-layer insulated glass. The condominiums here also contain LG washer/dryer units, modern kitchens with top of the line appliances, and relaxing baths that come in three different styles. The Morellino apartments are beautiful and spacious, with all modern conveniences that make living here a dream come true. The amenities here include a common roof terrace, a kids playroom and a fitness center. The Harlem neighborhood that the Morellino is a part of is exciting and colorful, with a lot of restaurants, bars, grocery shops and other attractions located very near the building. With all these features, the Morellino proves itself to be a great choice in Manhattan luxury living.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • elevator
  • fitness center
  • garden
  • nursery
  • pied-a-terre allowed
  • rooftop deck
  • storage room
  • sublets allowed
  • washer/dryer allowed
H. Thomas O'Hara, Architect, PLLC
Gal Sela & Eli Idi


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Nearby Transportation

116th Street & Lenox Avenue (4 min walk)

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116th Street & 8th Avenue (5 min walk)

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125th Street & Lexington Avenue (7 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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