Leasing on the 12-story rental on East 125th Street between Madison and Park Avenues in East Harlem won’t get underway for a couple of months. This past week however, the developers behind the project, Greystone Development launched the lottery on the building’s 15 affordable apartments.
With it, the development team has also released new renderings for the Kutnicki Bernstein Architects-designed building that comes with a total of 75 apartments.
Getting back to the affordable units, rents on them will start from $659 per month for a studio apartment. That’s open to an individual making between $30,240—$38,100 annually. On the upper end, eight two-bedrooms are renting for $797 per month for people making anywhere between $38,880 and $54,360.
The interiors of the units are being done up by Lauren Jayne Design, and for the building itself Greystone Development brought on Harlem-based artist Lance Johnson to create 12 murals for the lobby. Here are some of them:
Amenities at the rental include a rooftop terrace, a fitness center with outdoor space, bicycle storage, an on-site laundry room, and parking as well. Prices haven’t yet been unveiled for the market-rate units at the building, but the developers did release a teaser site for the project, which they’re now calling Harlem 125.