Nortco Development Reveals New Renderings of Eleven Hancock Place in Harlem

11 Hancock Place (Rendering: Aline Tom at +TOM)11 Hancock Place (Rendering: Aline Tom at +TOM)

Nortco Development has revealed a pair of new renderings for Eleven Hancock Place, an expansive condominium development in Harlem for which sales are scheduled to launch next month. Located between Morningside Avenue and 124th Street, the residential building will top out at 12 stories and comprise approximately 130,000 square feet.

Designed by Issac & Stern Architects, the first three levels of the property will contain 30,000 square feet of retail, where the developer hopes to attract a big-box retailer. The residential portion of the building begins on the third floor and includes 71 units that range from studios to four-bedroom layouts featuring interiors designed by Lemay + Escobar.

Amenities include a resident lounge, a children’s playroom, a pet spa, storage areas, and two large outdoor spaces equipped with cooking and lounge areas, as well as private cabanas. Fifty percent of the condominiums will include a sizable private terrace or balcony area.

11 Hancock Place (Rendering: Aline Tom at +TOM)

11 Hancock Place (Rendering: Aline Tom at +TOM)

“Norto has conceived a full-service building that evokes a downtown experience in prime South Harlem,” said Jeff Krantz, managing director of Halstead Property Development Marketing’s Krantz + Krantz Group, the exclusive marketing and sales firm for the project. “Eleven Hancock is a stand-out option for buyers seeking a gleaming new building located just one stop from midtown on the express train.”

A sales office for Eleven Hancock Place will open in May 2019.

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9 Comments on "Nortco Development Reveals New Renderings of Eleven Hancock Place in Harlem"

  1. Doesn’t quite have that Harlem ‘feel’ 🙂

  2. Much better that it be a few stories taller than have that much of an overhang.

  3. It is good to see good architecture coming to Harlem. Well executed buildings should not be privilege but a communal goal!

  4. This is what passes for “good architecture?”

  5. Gentrification at its finest when most of the original Harlem residents can’t even afford to live there. What a big disappointment ??????????????????????

    • Who cares if original Harlem residents can’t afford to live there. You sound like as if they’re entitled to. Are you serious? Grow up. Anyone can live here as long as they can afford the rent/mortgage, and they do so by working hard and securing good jobs and saving money for the down payment.

  6. So is the low-slung turd next door due to be with us forever because of air rights? If so, this is no way to build a city.

  7. Is this going to be another property that is built in Harlem that the people who were born and raised here in Harlem again not be able to afford to live in? We were here when things were not so great but we stayed because we loved Harlem. We deserve to be able to take advantage of the properties that are being built also but we are being left out because of the high costs. Up and coming, building better and luxurious should not mean that we the long time residents get left out of.

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