The Aurum Condominium Opens In Central Harlem

April 28, 2016

aurum in harlem2The Aurum, a brand-new full service condominium in the heart of historic Central Harlem, and the first new build north of 125th street in over five years, just hit the market. 

Developed by BRP Companies and located at 2231 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard, the Aurum is geared toward buyers entering the red-hot Harlem market. Jeff Krantz from Halstead Property development Marketing will be handling the sales.

A new construction, the eight-story building offers 115 residences including studios, one, two and three-bedrooms starting at $504,500, with 15% of the units already sold. The building features luxury amenities including a 24-hour attended lobby, roof deck, gym, and bike room. The property expects to receive LEED gold certification.

Related: Get more of the Harlem Real Estate here.

“This prime site is an incomparable opportunity for a new residential development to service the vast demand for luxury housing in the heart of Harlem and the only new condo project north of 125th street in over five years,” said Meredith Marshall, BRP Companies Managing Partner and Co-founder. “The property features world-class amenities at a price point that is attainable for first time home buyers.”

The Aurum is in close proximity of the Apollo Theater, Red Rooster Harlem, Marcus Garvey Park and the soon to be opened Whole Foods. The site is easily accessible via the 2, 3, B or C subway lines at 135th street.

Financing for the project was provided by Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group.


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