Issac & Stern Architects Reveal New Renderings For Another Church-Turned-Condo In Harlem

January 18, 2019

The former Second Canaan Baptist Church located at 10 Lenox Avenue in Harlem has been demolished to allow for the rise of an eight-story Issac & Stern Architects-designed building that will house 29 luxury condos. Last February, a rendering surfaced, providing a glimpse of what the limestone-clad building would look like. Now, a couple more renderings have now surfaced, along with intel on what to expect from the development.

The residences will be a mix of studios through three-bedrooms, with prices expected to start from around $600,000. Developer Level One Holdings tapped Fogarty Finger Architects to design the building’s interiors, which will feature an “elevated design aesthetic.”

The building will include a series of high-end amenities that are standard with most new luxury developments these days. Among them are a fitness room, a children’s playroom, private rooftop cabanas, and a rooftop lounge with a dining area and lounge seating.

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