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New Views Inside Harlem's The Adeline; Boston Road Tops Out

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HARLEM—New model unit pictures from The Adeline at 23 West 116th Street have been revealed ahead of the launch of the building's higher, larger (and probably pricier) apartments. The L+M-developed building launched sales in January and is now over 80-percent sold. Current offerings are asking between $830,000 for a 747-square-foot one-bedroom and $2.75 million for a 1,847-square-foot four-bedroom, two-bathroom home. [CurbedWire inbox; listings; previously]

THE BRONX—Boston Road, the partly Medicaid-funded housing project for seniors, formerly homeless New Yorkers, and low-income tenants, topped out today after almost one year of construction. The 154-apartment building that will provide permanent supportive housing was designed by Alexander Gorlin Architects and will have amenities like a landscaped terrace and roof, recreational space, exercise room, a computer lab, and sustainable fixtures. The building is being developed by Common Ground. [CurbedWire inbox; previously]