Nicholas: Affordable Manhattan Condos
"The Nicholas represents one of the most innovative and exciting condominium properties in Northern Manhattan," said Lisa Lippman of Brown Harris Stevens.
Historic Hamilton Heights will soon welcome The Nicholas, an inviting new condominium located at 753 St. Nicholas Avenue in Northern Manhattan.
Comprised of 11 units on six floors, this elegant collection of homes features state-of-the-art appointments inspired by Green Design and eco-conscious sensibility. Argyle Holdings LLC, developer of The Nicholas and other premier residential properties, has named the Brown Harris Stevens On-Site Marketing and Sales team of Lisa Lippman and Scott Moore exclusive brokers.
"The Nicholas represents one of the most innovative and exciting condominium properties in Northern Manhattan," said Lisa Lippman of Brown Harris Stevens. "The design concept incorporates the best green elements coupled with excellent craftsmanship, convenience and an eye for sophisticated living—all at less than half the price of the average condo in the rest of Manhattan."
The Nicholas embraces the finest modern appointments and offers a variety of open and light-filled floor plans, with prices starting from $450,000. Each home features a gourmet kitchen, complete with energy-star Miele and Liebherr appliances, CaesarStone quartz countertops and Bianco Carrara marble backsplashes.
Gracious baths offer Grohe finishes and rich Courtaud limestone surfaces, and each apartment comes with its own energy-efficient Asko washer and dryer. Building amenities include the Cyber Doorman service for package and grocery deliveries and a private garden to enjoy moments of peaceful serenity. Environmentally sound materials are present throughout the building, including sustainable bamboo flooring, natural cotton fiber insulation, double-glazed windows and energy-efficient lighting.
The location of The Nicholas offers added convenience. Only four doors up from an entrance to the A, B, C and D subway lines, Midtown Manhattan is only ten minutes away. Grocery stores, boutique shops and favorite restaurants are close at hand, and St. Nicholas Park and Jackie Robinson Park are but a short stroll away.
The historic Hamilton Heights neighborhood is steeped in history and was once home to renowned writer Ralph Ellison and acclaimed artist Norman Rockwell.
For more information, please visit www.753stnicholas.com.
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