Welcome Home – Elegance and History Merge
This sunny and pristine contemporary two bedroom, two bath home with an open floor plan spans over 1,300 square feet. Twelve-foot ceilings, oversized arched cathedral windows, wide planked herringbone wood floors and loft-like living room are some of the architectural and textural elements that are infused in this home. Extraordinary sunsets and views all the way to midtown add to the grandness and the tranquility.
The modern open kitchen is ideal for entertaining and comfortable living. The Stevali kitchen cabinets are highlighted by Quartzite countertops and backsplash. Hansgrohe faucets, halogen recessed lighting, abundant storage and counter space and stainless steel appliances makes this a Chef’s kitchen.
Both bedrooms are well-sized and have generous closet space with bright open views. The primary bedroom has an en-suite bath of honed Palmira tile, modern rain style shower and a separate luxury soaking tub.
There is a Bosch washer/dryer set in a laundry closet equipped with shelves and several other double door hall closets.
The building, PS90, was originally built as a public school in 1905 and still maintains its majestic exterior. In 2010 the interior of the building was redesigned and reconstructed by Curtis and Ginsburg Architects into 75 condominium homes. The building received the Lucy G. Moses Preservation award for the magnificent conversion. With doorman, live in superintendent, gym, cold storage, bike storage, billiard room, screening room, numerous community spaces and landscaped courtyard, this is Harlem’s most sought-after luxury life-style condominium.
PS90 is Ideally located. Just one Block from the Express #3 train and 5 blocks from the A,B,C,D subway. There is green space and playgrounds down the block and just a few blocks to the many acclaimed restaurants of Hamilton Heights. There is a tax abatement currently in place and a Capital Assessment of $427.96/month until August 2022.