The New York real estate offered at 220 Saint Nicholas Avenue consists of 11 half- and full-floor residences designed by Jeffrey Cole Architects. All residences feature private outdoor space and private entry via keyed elevators.
The residences at 220 Saint Nicholas Avenue feature generous loft-style floor plans, 9-foot high ceilings and Schüco floor-to-ceiling windows, a combination that results in a uniquely bright, open and airy feeling. The residences also feature 8-inch thick concrete floors, which reduce sound and vibration, and the elegant floor covering is made of carbonized bamboo. The loft-style layout continues with large, open living and dining areas and open kitchens. The kitchens are fully equipped with stainless steel appliances by GE, Bertazzoni, Liebherr, Sub-Zero and Miele. The kitchen finishes include sleek granite countertops and wooden cabinetry. Full and half baths throughout feature Zebrano or Lapato stone tiling and Kohler and Cifial fixtures. Full baths are also equipped with Zen and Kohler whirlpool baths and soaking tubs. Terraces throughout the building range from smaller spaces that are more aptly suited to dinner for 2 to wide-open spaces where residents can entertain or grow a garden. No matter the size, all terraces feature stunning Harlem views of tree-lined streets, Central and Morningside Parks and the Midtown Skyline. The 9th floor penthouse offers two terraces with a total of 542 square feet of outdoor space, and the 10th floor penthouse has two balconies and a roof terrace offering a total of 1,227 square feet of outdoor space.
The building has on-site staff to maintain the public areas. There is an elegant lobby, state-of-the-art exercise room and a postal/storage room.
There's no better location for New York real estate than Harlem, one of the city's most desirable neighborhoods. The area is well known for its rich history and culture. 220 Saint Nicholas Avenue is centrally situated near Central and Morningside Parks. It is also near Saint John of the Divine, Columbia University and is right across the street from Harlem's mini Flatiron building, "The Triangle.” There is easy access to the A, B, C, and D trains at 125th Street.