Eastern Consolidated has been selected as the exclusive agent to market a renovated, four-story residential building at 111 West 128th Street that could be reconfigured as an owner’s triplex with rental units or remain a multifamily. The asking price is $4.15 million for the property, which is located just off Lenox Avenue in West Harlem.
Exclusive Eastern Consolidated brokers Ronda Rogovin, Senior Director and Principal, and Jamie Rogovin, Associate Director, are marketing the property. Wade Hazelton, Director, Financial Services, is the analyst for the deal.
The walk-up contains four, free market apartments, one of which is a duplex; ±6,000 square feet above grade; ±1,320 square feet of finished space on the lower level; ±2,593 square feet of unused development rights; and a landscaped garden.
“This property is in pristine condition and was rehabbed in such a way that the lower-level, ground floor, and second floor could easily be reconfigured into an owner’s triplex apartment with an internal staircase servicing all floors,” Rogovin said. “The red brick building stands out from its neighbors because of its dramatic entrance featuring an archway and double-wide doors, and unique architectural design in which the front exterior wall containing a column of windows is set at an angle, providing amazing light all year round and refreshing breezes during the warmer months when the windows are open.”
Fully equipped with a sprinkler system through all common areas and apartments, the property also features six separate heating zones that allow for individual temperature settings.
The building is ideally located between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and Lenox Avenue, half a block from Sylvia’s, Red Rooster, and Chez Luciénne on Harlem’s Restaurant Row, and just a few blocks from shopping along 125th Street including the new Whole Foods set to open at Lenox Avenue and the 2, 3, A, C, B, and D trains.
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