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In Harlem, a sleek one-bedroom in a new building seeks $693,000

The building is a ‘harmonious synthesis of thoughtful design’

Understated and elegant, this tailored Harlem one-bedroom has a pleasantly minimalist vibe, with sandy-colored walls, wide-plank white oak floors, and a flood of natural light.

But while aesthetic may be simple, the perks are not: the place is decked out with a laundry list of carefully curated appliances, from the Daltile white glass tile backsplash in the lean-but-sparkling kitchen, to the Caesarstone breakfast bar, to the full slate of Electrolux appliances. The bathroom is similarly luxurious, in a spare sort of way, with a glazed porcelain tile, a Kohler soaking tub, and Danze fixtures.

The bedroom and living room are both sunny and reasonably spacious, equipped with “extra closets” and “ample wall space for art or accenting,” per its listing. In a rare twist, the condo—currently listed at $693,000—has its own in-unit laundry.

Located in the eco-conscious Aurum (LEED certification pending)—described in its listing as a “harmonious synthesis of thoughtful design, refined amenities, and environmental sensitivity”—the residence comes with access to a whole host of shared features, including a fitness center, lounge and media room, and two levels of furnished outdoor space complete with grilling stations. Monthly charges for the place come out to $767 ($647 in common charges; $120 in taxes), and pets are allowed.