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Harlem’s Renaissance Ballroom-replacing condo launches from $580K

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The eight-story building has 134 apartments up for grabs

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The Harlem condo replacing the historic Renaissance Ballroom and Casino has now launched sales on its 134 apartments. The Rennie, as this building is known, has prices that range from $580,000 to $1,890,000. The eight-story condo has studio through three-bedroom variants and the project itself was developed by BRP Companies.

When we wrote about the project at the start of the summer, the development team was gearing up for sales, and now three months later, the project is nearing the finish line.

The GF55 Partners-designed building has apartments that come with gray oak flooring, stainless steel Fisher & Paykel appliances, and master bathrooms with porcelain tile; some residences here also have private outdoor space.

Amenities at the Rennie include a children’s playroom, a fitness room, a rooftop entertainment space, on-site parking, and bicycle storage.

In addition to the market-rate apartments, the building also has a selection of affordable condos that range in price from $300,000 to $350,000. The Rennie is located at 2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, between 137th and 138th Streets, and is a short walk away from the 2,3 train stop at 135th Street.