Harlem has been said to be in the midst of a renaissance of sorts now, and this trend has been best exemplified in the restoration of the Normandie at 100 West 119th Street. Though this century-old mid-rise building in Central Harlem has been tastefully renovated, the condominium apartments here continue to have all of the pre-war heritage one would like in a home here in Manhattan. The building's ideal location is stressed by lieu of it being only a short walk away Central Park and Columbia University.
Red oak hardwood floors line the spacious and beautiful apartments at the Normandie that also offer fascinating views of Manhattan. Pre-war characteristics like high ceilings, large windows and crown moldings are evident in the homes here, while modern comforts like individually controlled central air conditioning and elegant kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops make sure that living in this 1910 art deco gem is a pleasurable experience.
Harlem is a lively hub of culture and activity, and the Normandie keeps you close to all of the action. Steps away from a number of subway stops, shops, restaurants and bars, residents here will never be at a loss of finding interesting things to do in the neighborhood. The building also has a gym, a children's room and a bike room, thereby assuring residents to be fully occupied with their time here. Adding to the amenities here is a beautiful roof deck, making the Normandie an excellent place to live at in New York City.