It's Free to Look: When Only a Harlem Penthouse Will Do

Good luck finding a three-bedroom, let alone a three-bedroom penthouse, in Manhattan for less than $2 million. Fortunately, there is

Good luck finding a three-bedroom, let alone a three-bedroom penthouse, in Manhattan for less than $2 million. Fortunately, there is Harlem, which has seen a boom in development in recent years, not only in housing but new bars, restaurants and cultural establishments.

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Dubbed “Upscale, Uptown!” in its Halstead listing, the 12th-floor penthouse at 2280 Frederick Douglass Boulevard has it all: custom cabinetry and state-of-the-art appliances, Italian stone tiling, a communal roof terrace, on-site parking and an outdoor fireplace. It brings quality standards “to a new, higher level” for just $1.89 million. 

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It's Free to Look: When Only a Harlem Penthouse Will Do