Converted in 2010 into 75 luxury residences, PS90 Condominium quickly became one of Harlem's most sought-after addresses, winning the prestigious Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award. Built in the early 1900s, the building retains charm and character, while offering the conveniences and amenities of a modern condo.
This loft-like, alcove studio/convertible one-bedroom spans over 750 square feet and boasts soaring 12-foot ceilings. Three exposures and oversized windows offer an abundance of natural light and views overlooking the tree-lined street and neighborhood park. The large open kitchen is equipped with Kitchen Aid stainless steel appliances, Italian cabinetry and Caesarstone countertops. The home is complete with wide plank DuChâteau herringbone oak floors, a Bosch washer/dryer, and central air conditioning.
Custom upgrades by the owner, who is an interior designer, include sliding glass closet doors with interior lighting, an additional ten feet of built-in closets, crown moldings, and bespoke light fixtures.
220 West 148th Street has an attended lobby, live-in super, fitness center, bike storage, media room, art room, cold storage and a planted resident garden. The building is ideally located near public transportation, Jackie Robinson Park, and the acclaimed restaurants of Hamilton Heights. There is a J-51 tax abatement currently in place and a Capital Assessment of $248/month. A deeded storage unit is available for an additional $15,000.