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Get a Vintage Car at Chelsea's Carriage House; Apex Hits 38%

CHELSEA?This photo of people having a good time in an expensive apartment comes straight from Chelsea's Carriage House. The parking garage-turned-condos stalled out in 2009 and was recently revived, so we're not totally surprised that it's offering pre-recession-worthy door prizes. According to a release from building reps, the first six buyers in the building will get weekend use of a vintage car from the Classic Car Club of Manhattan. Apartment prices range from $695,000 to $3.6 million, so one could, alternatively, just buy a vintage car. [CurbedWire Inbox]

HARLEM?Last time we checked on the Apex Condos atop harlem's Aloft Hotel, the place was around 20 percent sold. Since then, progress has been made. A tipster writes: "Apex Condos in Harlem started closing Wed the 29th, and move-ins happened right away. They also took a one-bedroom off the market, intending to combine them with two adjacent one bedrooms into two two-bedroom units (which are moving swiftly at the Apex?they keep bumping up the prices). They are 38% sold now (17/44)?not bad for a place that started selling late last year and started out with ridiculous common charges." StreetEasy shows eight units in contract and 12 active listings. [CurbedWire Inbox]

Apex Condominiums

2300 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, New York, NY

159 West 24th Street

159 West 24th Street, New York, NY