Located just across from the northern edge of Central Park, the Park Lane Condominium is a prewar building in Harlem that’s been turned into a boutique condo development. This two-bedroom unit has been renovated nicely — it retains that spacious prewar feel (the foyer is large enough to house two harps!) but has been upgraded with a new kitchen and bathroom. The apartment last sold in 2011, likely before the renovation, for $435,000 and now it’s priced for a profit, asking $699,000.
In the foyer, you have a washer/dryer and a spacious closet to your left. It’s a nice flow from here into the open living and dining area, and it looks like the space is large enough to store some very large musical instruments. There’s oak hardwood floors throughout the apartment.
The kitchen is completely open, lining one wall of the living room. There’s not enough room for a breakfast bar, which means a buyer will have to use some creativity when it comes to sitting down to eat. The kitchen was upgraded with white cabinets and countertops, as well as chrome appliances.
The bedrooms are located across from the kitchen, on the other side of the living room. The second bedroom isn’t huge and looks like it’d work best as a nursery or office space. The master bedroom, of course, offers a lot more space to spread out.
118 West 112th Street is a beautiful, red brick building and it’s location across from Central Park makes it even lovelier. Other perks that come with this so-called boutique condo? A renovated lobby, package room, fitness room, bike storage and a common courtyard for residents.