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Harlem church-turned-condo reveals new renderings

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The building will offer 29 condos with prices starting around $600,000

Renderings by PAX Brooklyn

The former Second Canaan Baptist Church located at 10 Lenox Avenue in Harlem has been demolished to allow for the rise of an eight-story Issac & Stern Architects-designed building that will house 29 luxury condos. Last February, a rendering surfaced, providing a glimpse of what the limestone-clad building would look like. Now, a couple more renderings have now surfaced, along with intel on what to expect from the development.

The residences will be a mix of studios through three-bedrooms, with prices expected to start from around $600,000. Developer Level One Holdings tapped Fogarty Finger Architects to design the building’s interiors, which will feature an “elevated design aesthetic.”

The building will include a series of high-end amenities that are standard with most new luxury developments these days. Among them are a fitness room, a children’s playroom, private rooftop cabanas, and a rooftop lounge with a dining area and lounge seating.

Construction on the condo building is expected to wrap up this spring and sales are planning to launch in early spring. Sales and marketing are being handled by The Aguayo Team at Halstead Property Development Marketing.