Nortco Developer has started sales at Eleven Hancock, a group up luxury condominium in the center of Harlem. The latest design by Issac and Stern is distinguished by its remarkable cantilever and facades of alternating zinc and rust-colored bands. The twelve story building over an adjacent low-rise to provide extra residential area while sparring its closest neighbor. Gridded, oversized windows were inspired by NYC industrial age and promise amazing natural light for the apartments within.
Sales at Eleven Hancock location will be led by Hallstead Development marketing from a state of the art sales gallery where attracted buyers will have a chance to trip the neighborhood through an interactive 3D map of Harlem, view floorplans on big screen Televisions via an interactive sales tool, and view a built-out model bathroom and kitchen. The sales office is placed close by 2298 Frederick Douglass Boulevard and is a first of latest construction condominiums in Harlem.
Eleven Hancock will spec a number of fully designed amenities and specs adding a fitness center complete the treadmills, Peloton bikes, and free-weights, a local lounge, children playroom, storage areas and package room. Locals will be capable to enjoy 2 expansive open-air spaces – the roof deck provides sweeping views of Manhattan and Harlem while the garden terrace provides residents landscaped retreat -both areas spec open-air kitchens with BBQ stations, dining areas and seating.
An offering plan with a $90 million price was accepted in May, and prices are guessed to range from $585k to over 2.9 million. Present availabilities begin at €620k for studio, $899k for one-bedrooms, $1.15 million for 2 bedrooms, and $2.196 million for 3 bedrooms. According to CityRealty data, this is approximately in line with Harlem median prices, which ranges from $600k for studios and $1.6 million for 3 bedrooms.