Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing
Felicia De Chabris
Halstead Property Development Marketing announced that 80% of the units are now under contact at 88 Morningside.
50 new closings have been completed in the past four months at 88 Morningside.
Immediate occupancy is available on the 11 remaining one-bedroom, one-bathroom and one bedroom, two-bathroom homes, which range in price from $355,000 to $575,000.
"Since its launch, 88 Morningside has been the fastest-selling new residential development in Harlem, and we continue to see great interest from the buying public," said Stephen G. Kliegerman, president of Halstead Property Development Marketing.
Located on the corner of Morningside Avenue and West 122nd Street, the 12-story building boasts views of adjacent Morningside Park, as well as the Manhattan skyline.
The on-site sales team is led by Halstead Property senior vice president Felicia de Chabris.
Residences at 88 Morningside feature charcoal maple wood floors, ample natural light, abundant closet space, and a washer and dryer.
The kitchens feature sleek white lacquer cabinetry and a modern appliance package including Delonghi gas range stove, Bosch microwave and dishwasher, and paneled Liebherr refrigerator. Spa-like master bath feature white wall tile and white Corian sink surfaces offset by deep black Senza stone tile.
Other distinctive elements include a custom-made oak vanity, Artemide lighting, and a Duravit soaking tub or glass-enclosed shower with 10-inch rain showerhead.
Residents have access to a variety of amenities, including an on-site storage area, bike room, media lounge, virtual concierge and fitness center.
A roof terrace offers an outdoor kitchen area along with views of the peripheral Morningside Park and Manhattan skyline.
The development is located in the heart of a vibrant neighborhood with numerous restaurants, lounges, shops and services.
The Studio Museum in Harlem, H&M, Fairway and the Hudson River bike paths are all well within walking distance.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012