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305 West 150th Street

Apt. 709
Corner of West 150th Street and Bradhurst Avenue
Condo
$497,999

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number B Subway number C Subway number D Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 3 Adam C. Powell Blvd - 149th St
Subway number A Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number B Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number C Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number D Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number 1 Broadway - 145th St
Essentials
Price $497,999
Type Condo
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3
Approx. Sq. Ft. 586
Exposure South
Key Features
New Development
Security Guard
Elevator
Dishwasher
Good Light
Hardwood Floors
Marble Bath
Prewar Detail

305 West 150th Street is a seven story prewar elevator building that will offer elegantly renovated one bedroom apartments. The thoughtfully renovated apartments feature high ceilings, solid oak flooring, caesarstone counter tops, open kitchens with under cabinet lighting and elegant stainless steel appliances. The bathroom offers floor to ceiling ivory d'oriente tile with Duravit deep soaking tubs. This condo conversion epitomizes location and value. Sitting directly in front of Jackie Robinson Park, it's the very essence of vintage and modern. Local conveniences and shops nearby include Starbucks, Pathmark Supermarket, Duane Reade, New York Sports Club, Bank of America, and Chase. Nearby trains are the A, B, C, D, at 145th the 3 train at 148th St. For more information, please visit our website at www.305west150.com.Offering by Prospectus only. File #CD-13-0052

Agents
Harlem
Living in Harlem
Harlem is still a place with a real community spirit embodied in the museums and music venues, which celebrate its African American heritage. Yet modern-day Harlem is becoming an increasingly diverse place with many people attracted by its historic properties and the opening of new bars and restaurants in the area.
Explore Harlem
305 West 150th Street
No 305 On the Park
305 West 150th Street. Trade Up To Harlem.
Artisanal bourbon. Avant-garde jazz. Vintage, one-of-a-kind couture. When it comes to matters of taste, you prefer timeless craftsmanship with a 21st-century spin. And that’s why Harlem is so appealing to today’s style setters who choose to live in Manhattan. The housing stock is world famous for its architectural beauty and solid construction. The depth of the culture is legendary. And the opportunity to buy into this history - especially at starter prices - rarely comes along. Until now. No. 305 on the Park, the newest member of the Park Collection, sits directly across from Jackie Robinson Park on a tree lined promenade that is home to some of Harlem’s best co-ops and condominiums; The Langston and Ellington on the Park are just two. This impressive structure, built in 1921, houses 82 fully renovated, one-bedroom apartments, each with high ceilings, large windows and sleek fixtures and finishes. Starbucks, New York Sports Club, a 24-hour Pathmark Supermarket and the ABCD and 3 subway trains are all within blocks. Additionally, a growing number of exciting local spots have arrived including The Grange, Il Caffe Latte and Mountain Bird, providing everything you need nearby and with midtown a quick 15-minute subway ride away.
Details
New development
Built in 1921
7 floors
84 units
Elevator
Amenities
Cable ready
Security guard
Common courtyard
Exercise room
Guarantors allowed
High-speed internet

This home has been sold

305 West 150th Street
Apt. 709
Corner of West 150th Street and Bradhurst Avenue
Condo
Essentials
Price $497,999
Type Condo
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3
Approx. Sq. Ft. 586
Exposure South

305 West 150th Street is a seven story prewar elevator building that will offer elegantly renovated one bedroom apartments. The thoughtfully renovated apartments feature high ceilings, solid oak flooring, caesarstone counter tops, open kitchens with under cabinet lighting and elegant stainless steel appliances. The bathroom offers floor to ceiling ivory d'oriente tile with Duravit deep soaking tubs. This condo conversion epitomizes location and value. Sitting directly in front of Jackie Robinson Park, it's the very essence of vintage and modern. Local conveniences and shops nearby include Starbucks, Pathmark Supermarket, Duane Reade, New York Sports Club, Bank of America, and Chase. Nearby trains are the A, B, C, D, at 145th the 3 train at 148th St. For more information, please visit our website at www.305west150.com.Offering by Prospectus only. File #CD-13-0052

New Development
Security Guard
Elevator
Dishwasher
Good Light
Hardwood Floors
Marble Bath
Prewar Detail
Harlem
Living in Harlem
Harlem is still a place with a real community spirit embodied in the museums and music venues, which celebrate its African American heritage. Yet modern-day Harlem is becoming an increasingly diverse place with many people attracted by its historic properties and the opening of new bars and restaurants in the area.
Explore Harlem
Subway Lines
Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number B Subway number C Subway number D Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 3 Adam C. Powell Blvd - 149th St
Subway number A Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number B Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number C Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number D Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number 1 Broadway - 145th St
305 West 150th Street
No 305 On the Park
305 West 150th Street. Trade Up To Harlem.
Artisanal bourbon. Avant-garde jazz. Vintage, one-of-a-kind couture. When it comes to matters of taste, you prefer timeless craftsmanship with a 21st-century spin. And that’s why Harlem is so appealing to today’s style setters who choose to live in Manhattan. The housing stock is world famous for its architectural beauty and solid construction. The depth of the culture is legendary. And the opportunity to buy into this history - especially at starter prices - rarely comes along. Until now. No. 305 on the Park, the newest member of the Park Collection, sits directly across from Jackie Robinson Park on a tree lined promenade that is home to some of Harlem’s best co-ops and condominiums; The Langston and Ellington on the Park are just two. This impressive structure, built in 1921, houses 82 fully renovated, one-bedroom apartments, each with high ceilings, large windows and sleek fixtures and finishes. Starbucks, New York Sports Club, a 24-hour Pathmark Supermarket and the ABCD and 3 subway trains are all within blocks. Additionally, a growing number of exciting local spots have arrived including The Grange, Il Caffe Latte and Mountain Bird, providing everything you need nearby and with midtown a quick 15-minute subway ride away.
Details
New development
Built in 1921
7 floors
84 units
Elevator
Amenities
Cable ready
Security guard
Common courtyard
Exercise room
Guarantors allowed
High-speed internet