Rendering courtesy of Redundant Pixel
All of the units at this new condo building in Harlem face Central Park, but the available penthouse definitely boasts the best views. Located at 145 Central Park North, a full-service condo building developed by Grid Group Development with designs by GLUCK+, Penthouse B features four bedrooms, three baths, and a private rooftop terrace that overlooks the park and has a jacuzzi. The home is currently asking $4,750,000.
Measuring 1,757 square feet of interior space, the penthouse features sleek white oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows with motorized shades, and a kitchen equipped with custom matte gray lacquer cabinets and glass backsplash. The room is decked out with Fisher & Paykel appliances.
With an open-concept layout, the living room and dining room are both bright and inviting. Oak framed oversized windows provide picture-perfect park views. A nicely sized outdoor terrace can be accessed through the kitchen and living area.
Also facing the park is the main bedroom, a huge suite with two reach-in closets and an ensuite bath. The bathroom features a walk-in shower and touches of marble and nickel fixtures.
On the other end of the apartment are the additional bedrooms, with the corner bedroom boasting direct access to the outdoor balcony. The remaining two bedrooms have city views and share a bathroom.
A crowning feature, the unit’s private roof terraces measures about 400 square feet and looks out over the north end of Central Park and the Harlem Meer. The spot’s private hot tub and al fresco dining set up is perfect for entertaining.
Other perks of the newly-built building include a full-time doorman, package room, children’s playroom, fitness center, and a shared rooftop deck. In total, the building rises 13 stories and contains 37 units.
[Listing details: 145 Central Park North, Apt PHB at CityRealty]
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Listing photos by Eytan Weber of Evan Joseph; Exterior and rooftop rendering courtesy of Redundant Pixel
Neighborhoods : Harlem