Level One Holdings Launches Sales at 10 Lenox Avenue in South Harlem

10 Lenox Avenue - PAX Brooklyn

Following several years of construction and development, Level One Holdings has officially launched sales at 10 Lenox Avenue in South Harlem. Located on the corner of 111 Street and Lennox Avenue, the eight-story building contains a collection of 29 condominium units, multiple outdoor areas, and clear views of Central Park.

Designed by Issac and Stern Architects, the building’s masonry exterior is both elegant and subdued, appropriate for its neighborhood’s historic surroundings. Available units range from studios to three-bedroom homes. More than half of those condos will offer park views, according to a statement from Level One Holdings.

“This is the best deal on the park,” said Brendan Aguayo, senior vice president of Halstead Property Development Marketing’s Aguayo Team, the exclusive sales agency for the project. “10 Lenox marries the design of classic uptown apartment houses with the character and charm of its Harlem setting. To boot, the terrace affords everyone a piece of the park just in time for summer, when we expect occupancy to commence.”

Interiors were designed by Fogarty Finger Architects, which used the stately backdrop of Central Park as inspiration. To that effect, each residence includes wire-brushed white oak flooring, a bespoke herringbone detail at the entry, custom maple closet systems with satin white lacquer finish in all master bedrooms, and French-style, in-swing casement windows.

The kitchen countertops are crafted from slabs of Fantastico Danby marble and complemented by custom white lacquer cabinetry, a gray-tiled backsplash, and custom-paneled Bosch appliances.

Building amenities include a rooftop lounge with outdoor kitchens and private cabanas, a fitness room, a children’s playroom, and storage areas for bicycles and other items.

10 Lenox Avenue – PAX Brooklyn

10 Lenox Avenue – PAX Brooklyn

10 Lenox Avenue – PAX Brooklyn

10 Lenox Avenue – PAX Brooklyn

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10 Comments on "Level One Holdings Launches Sales at 10 Lenox Avenue in South Harlem"

  1. Do prospective buyers know that an active open drug market is active right out the front door?

  2. Love what they did at street level. Just cold stone. Congrats to the architects and the incredible job they did envisioning a meaningful interaction with pedestrians and the park. Nothing like “fortress chic” to blend in with the neighborhood.

    I hope people tag this shit out of those blank walls.

  3. Spencer Means | April 6, 2019 at 12:06 am | Reply

    Do buyers know they will live next door to a city shelter and active drug market across the street on 110th Lenox Ave.

  4. For the negative person that feels its across a drug market and city shelter ant where u move theres drug activites and shelters and thats suppose to change a person’s mind if the price is right no it ain’t it might make a change for those to see good things and stuff being made around that drug market and shelters .my opinion like ur comment

  5. An Original Harlemitte | April 7, 2019 at 7:52 am | Reply

    There is no such place as south Harlem! Stop changing the locations of Harlem to make it trendy and rebrand it for your real estate sales! Do your research – there is East Harlem and West Harlem. Contact the Harlem Alliances for the proper names of areas in Harlem.

  6. Real estatepreneur | April 9, 2019 at 2:50 am | Reply

    I agree with An Orginal Harlemitte, there isn’t a south Harlem or north Harlem. This is a term used also to separate sections to market this area as closer to Central Park and away from what they call “central Harlem”. The selling drug comments fall flat as this is appparent in just about every neighborhood in America. Being from Harlem I do sympathize with the people who grew up in the area that feel as though Harlem is being gentrified and forcing out those who have been there for soo long. But unfortunately we Harlemites didn’t buy and own in harlem in which we invested soo much blood sweat and tears into make what Harlem is today. and since “we”don’t own much in Harlem and this project is being sold as condos, owners can call an area any place they please.

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