The Aurum, a brand-new, full-service condominium in the heart of historic Central Harlem is now more than 90 percent sold less than one year after hitting the market. Developed by BRP Companies and located at 2231 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, the project is completed and move-in ready. Jeff Krantz from Halstead Property Development Marketing is handling the sales.
The eight-story building only has eight homes remaining and has immediate occupancy. The two- and three-bedroom homes start at $956,000. The smoke-free building features luxury amenities including a 24-hour attended lobby, roof deck, gym, and bike room. The building also features a 25-year, 421-A tax abatement and is designed to LEED Gold specifications, with its own co-generation power plant to provide clean energy, heating, and cooling.
“The Aurum reflects BRP’s core mission to create and manage high-quality, energy-efficient housing in emerging neighborhoods with access to public transportation, open space and retail,” stated Meredith Marshall, Managing Partner and Co-founder of BRP Companies. “The property will be Harlem’s newest community asset in the midst of a neighborhood already imbued with significant culture and history.”
“The successful sales illustrate the demand for full-service condominiums with luxury amenities in Harlem,” said Krantz. “The Aurum achieves an enviable mix of affordability and luxury. We encourage those interested in Aurum to act fast to secure a place in the heart of vibrant and storied Harlem.”
The Aurum is in close proximity to several prominent neighborhood attractions, including The Apollo Theater, Red Rooster Harlem, Marcus Garvey Park, and the soon-to-be opened Whole Foods. The site is easily accessible via the 2, 3, B and C subway lines at 135th street.
BRP Companies is a New York-based real estate firm that is at the forefront of mixed-use development and acquisition of urban, multi-family properties. The firm offers a full complement of development, acquisition, construction, property, and investment management.
Monday, April 24, 2017