With more than 2,100 sq. ft of interior and private roof space, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom penthouse is your urban oasis in the sky with a tax abatement that doesn't expire until 2035.
Enjoy your private outdoor haven's wood-burning fireplace and plumbed natural gas Weber grill via your home's internal custom steel architectural staircase or the nearby hall elevator.
The kitchen is fully equipped for the home chef, with a Sub-Zero Pro-Series refrigerator and freezer, a Wolf 6-burner dual-fuel range, a vented hood, and a Miele dishwasher. The Aster Cucine cabinets offer extensive storage and the handsome Caesarstone backsplashes and countertops provide a plethora of space, including a breakfast bar with seating for four.
Take in views of tree-lined streets and the historic buildings of upper Manhattan from the great room, which is large enough for formal dining, home office use, and entertaining and offers a double exposure and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow natural light to flood the home all day.
The primary suite includes a king-size bedroom with a walk-in closet. The ensuite bath boasts a glass-enclosed shower with multiple shower heads, and a separate air-jetted deep soaking tub by Neptune.
The second oversized bedroom offers a plethora of options, ranging from a king-size bedroom to a home office. Off-suite is the second bathroom with its own shower and deep soaking tub.
Wide plank oak floors are laid throughout and central air conditioning and a full-size washer and vented gas dryer complete the conveniences of the home.
2280 FDB is a full-service condominium located in prime south Harlem. Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, full-time porter and live-in super, on-site parking with electric car chargers and bike storage, a common rooftop terrace with a wood burning fireplace, barbecue grill and gorgeous sunsets. There is also a second-floor terrace outfitted with a plethora of seating, pergolas, an additional barbecue grill, and a children’s play area.
The building sits among the shops, bars, and restaurants of Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Abundant green spaces are found at Morningside, Central, and Marcus Garvey parks nearby. Whole Foods, Lincoln Market, and the soon-to-come Trader Joe’s offer plentiful grocery options and you can also shop local at the popular Morningside Park Farmers Market on Saturdays. Transportation options include the A/B/C/D and 2/3 subway lines at 125th street, multiple bus lines including the M60 Select Bus Service to LaGuardia Airport, and Citi Bike.