Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing
They take resolutions seriously at Graceline Court, the new fair-priced condominium at 106 W. 116th St. Just to keep neighbors honest, the building is opening its doors tomorrow to the community, inviting local residents in from noon to 3 p.m. for a free fitness event featuring reps from the Harlem Yoga Studio and Whole Foods Market. Showcasing the building’s gym and outdoor common spaces, the event includes nutrition tips.
Marketed by Halstead Property Development Marketing, Graceline Court has units ranging in price from $470,000 for a 628-square-foot one-bedroom to $995,000 three-bedrooms. A contract was recently signed on a 1,679-square-foot three-bedroom three-bath $1.2 million penthouse. Taxes on the building will not exceed $70 per month, with monthly maintenance coming in at around $1,080 on the high side. At 16 floors, the building boasts views of Central Park.
“This building is about location, views and quality,” says Steve Kliegerman, Halstead’s executive director of development marketing. “It’s right next to the subway at 116th St. We hope the event draws people who want to see it up close. The idea is to bring awareness to the project.”
Go to gracelinecourtcondo.com for more information or stop by the building from noon to 3 p.m. tomorrow for the open house and health and fitness event.
Friday, January 22, 2010
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