221 West 148th Street

Condo, Postwar
10 units
corcoran.com
  • 10 RESIDENCES
  • 5 STORIES
  • BUILT 2008

The Details

About 221 West 148th Street

The Alameda is a ten-unit boutique condominium featuring central laundry, private storage, an elevator-accessed roof deck and a 421-a tax abatement. Residents also enjoy fresher air in this smoke-free building.

key features
  • Central laundry room
  • Common roof deck
  • Common terrace
  • Private storage

Units

UnitsPriceBedsBathsInterior Sq.FtTypeContactFloorplan
Get to know Harlem

Extending north from Central Park to Washington Heights, historic Harlem includes most of northern Manhattan. While several subway lines make it easy to get to all points south, Harlem can still feel like its own world — and it was long its own village, founded by the Dutch and named after Haarlem in the Netherlands. Despite its 17th-century roots, the area became famous at the beginning of the 20th century, when African-Americans from other parts of the city, and country, were welcomed here. The legacy of the Harlem Renaissance — the burgeoning of music, literature, and political activism from the 1910s to the ’30s — lives on at museums and the legendary Apollo Theater. Although the rest of the 20th century was tough on the neighborhood, in recent decades it has been experiencing a second renaissance, as historic brownstones are being restored, and 125th Street is once again the lively commercial heart of the neighborhood.

Harlem Neighborhood Guide
powered by GreatSchools