The owner of a vacant Harlem gas station at the corner of West 122nd Street and St. Nicholas Avenue finally found a developer to partner with in bringing a new condo to the site. RGS Holdings will develop a 127-apartment building at 300 West 122nd Street that will have apartments ranging in size from studios to four-bedrooms. The apartments won't be cheap; studios will start at $517,000 and select penthouses with outdoor space will ask between $1.8 million and $6.2 million, meaning it'll be one of, if not the priciest building north of Central Park.
But architect PBDW is endowing the building and apartments with plenty of fancy features: kitchens will have Wolf, Sub-Zero, Bosch and Liebherr appliances, bathrooms will have deep soaking tubs and some will have separate showers, and some apartments will have washers and dryers. The building will also have shared outdoor spaces with children's play areas, a gym, a shared rooftop, and laundry rooms on most floors. The project is supposed to be complete in about two years.
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