Introducing the immaculate residence 14F at 300 West, an east-facing one bedroom, one bathroom, offering a spacious living/dining area that boasts custom White Oak herringbone flooring, central heating and air conditioning, and insulated oversized windows. The living area opens to a full custom kitchen designed by Paris Forino, complete with White Oak cabinetry and Carrara marble countertops and backsplash featuring plenty of dining space. This unique kitchen features a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf oven and gas range, and Cove dishwasher. Each apartment is equipped with a washer/dryer hook-up for your convenience.
The spa-like bathroom features a custom White Oak vanity and honed Bianco Carrara countertops, walls, and floors, surrounding a bathtub with polished chrome fixtures and rain showerhead with thermostatic control, ideal for ultimate comfort and relaxation.
A modern reflection on timeless uptown elegance, 300 West honors the traditional architecture of Harlem with a contemporary twist. Rising fifteen stories and spanning a prime corner block in historic West Harlem, this collection of bespoke residences offers an elevated lifestyle. Complete with multiple floors of amenities including a pool and sauna, a 3,000 square foot roof deck, adjoining lounge and courtyard, and children and teen rooms, 300 West is perfectly suited for relaxation and rejuvenation. Celebrated interior designer Paris Forino brings her signature touch to the residences, balancing flow, utility, and sumptuous materials, to create spaces that project a refined calm.
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The neighborhood called West Harlem by the locals is known as Manhattanville to neighborhood newcomers. The area is culturally diverse and might be considered a microcosm of the city as a whole.
Columbia University has recently expanded into the area, which is attracting student residents from all over the world. Together with students from the City College of New York and young professionals fleeing higher prices in other neighborhoods, this influx of younger residents has brought with it more restaurants and bars on W 125th Street to serve this clientele. There are also new ventures, like a rock-climbing gym, to cater to the interests of these students and young professionals. At the same time, there are many small, family-owned shops and restaurants that have been anchors of the neighborhood for multiple generations.
The area has been through a housing upgrade, as older properties have been renovated and abandoned properties have been razed to make room for new development. There are still reasonably priced apartments available. Young professionals are finding that there is a certain cachet to living in West Harlem. It provides a convenient commute to the city and all of its amenities, while providing a sense of escape at the end of a long work day.
While rentals are popular with the student population, the young professionals are delighted to find pre-war brownstones, pre-war co-ops (including some income-capped HDFCs for lower- and middle-income buyers), and post-war condos that they can afford, although prices are rising. Some new low-rise developments, sporting virtual doormen and desired amenities, are cropping up.