88 Morningside to Launch Sales On May 4th

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New Residential Building Overlooking Morningside Park

88 Morningside

“88 Morningside features original design elements and exclusive amenities that rival those found in many of the top buildings in Manhattan,”

88 Morningside (http://www.88morningside.com), a modern 12-story residential building overlooking Morningside Park, will commence sales on Tuesday, May 4, announced developers BOS Development LLC, Horsford & Poteat Realty and The Bluestone Organization.

Located on Morningside Avenue at 122nd Street, 88 Morningside will have 73 units including 47 one-bedroom, 17 two-bedroom and nine three-bedroom apartments. Halstead Property Development Marketing, led by executive director Stephen G. Kliegerman, is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the project.

“88 Morningside features original design elements and exclusive amenities that rival those found in many of the top buildings in Manhattan,” Kliegerman stated. “In addition, the property’s prime location overlooking Morningside Park is unmatched in the area.”

One bedrooms start at 625 square feet, two bedrooms at 958 square feet, and three bedrooms at 1,268 square feet. Prices begin at $355,000 for one bedrooms, $595,000 for two-bedroom units, and $775,000 for three bedrooms. The building is scheduled to be completed in Fall 2010.

88 Morningside’s exterior, created by GF55 Partners, features large, semi-reflective windows providing sweeping views of Central Park, Morningside Heights, the Manhattan skyline, and Morningside Park directly across the street.

The building’s interior vision was conceived by cutting-edge design firm Curated. The spacious lobby creates a welcoming environment for residents and guests. Amenities include a stylish lounge on the ground floor with a large high-definition projection television, full-sized pool table and wet bar; a landscaped roof deck with built-in kitchen; and a fitness center.

All residences feature distinctive charcoal maple wood floors, ample natural light and clean lines throughout. The charcoal floors continue seamlessly into the kitchen, where they are complemented by stark white lacquer cabinetry. The modern appliance package includes a Delonghi gas range, Bosch microwave and dishwasher, and paneled Liebherr refrigerator.

Spa-like master baths feature white wall tile and white Corian sink surfaces offset by deep black Senza stone tile. Other distinctive elements include a custom-made oak vanity, Artemide lighting, and a Duravit soaking tub or glass-enclosed shower with 10-inch rain showerhead. Two- and three-bedroom apartments include a second bathroom with Gypsum tile bath walls, Ann Sacks mosaic tile floors and a glass-enclosed shower.

Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, Morningside Park's tree lined walkways and green open spaces offer residents a quiet oasis from the surrounding city. The park is home to a dog run, arboretum, a seasonal farmer’s market, and several playgrounds including the recently renovated Playground 123.

“In 88 Morningside, we have created an ideal home and destination. The residences and building amenities were designed to celebrate the simple pleasures of life: home, family and friends. Then just stepping outside the doors of 88 Morningside, owners are in the heart of the new Uptown, an area experiencing a cultural renaissance,” stated Beatrice Sibblies, Managing Partner of BOS Development.

“Living here is so convenient,” Sibblies added. “Columbia University’s campus is one block west, and the restaurant and retail amenities of Harlem’s Gold Coast lie one block to the east. Bustling 125th Street is also nearby, and Central Park is just a short stroll away.”

The neighborhood offers a vibrant scene that rivals any downtown hotspot. Two emerging international restaurant rows line nearby Amsterdam Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Residents can enjoy a glass of wine at the Amsterdam Restaurant and Tapas Lounge, catch a jazz set at Mojos and world music at Shrine Bar, or bowl a few frames at Harlem Lanes. The Studio Museum in Harlem, H&M, Citarella and Fairway are also within walking distance, and the nearby Harlem Piers leads to the beautiful Hudson River bike paths and Riverside Park.

About 88 Morningside: Located on a quiet block directly across from Morningside Park, 88 Morningside is in the center of it all: Columbia University’s campus is one block west, and the restaurant and retail amenities of Harlem’s Gold Coast lie one block to the east; bustling 125th Street is also nearby, and Central Park is just a short stroll away. The modern 12-story building's exterior, created by GF55 Partners, features large, semi-reflective windows providing sweeping views of Central Park, Morningside Heights, the Manhattan skyline and Morningside Park. 88 Morningside’s interior vision was conceived by cutting edge design firm Curated. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for 88 Morningside. For more information on the building, visit http://www.88morningside.com.

About Halstead Property Development Marketing: Halstead Property Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for numerous new developments in the tri-state area. They consult with developers on every aspect of the development process, including: pre-development planning such as comprehensive market research, detailed unit mix and layout analysis and amenities planning, all of which enables their clients to maximize sales prices, increase absorption rates and provide an overall superior product benefiting the consumer and developer. In addition, the division directs and coordinates the selection of all on-site personnel, conducts extensive sales training and monitoring, designs exceptional sales environments, and creates integrated communications planning including marketing, advertising, public relations and branding. For more information on Halstead Property Development Marketing, please visit: http://www.HalsteadPDM.com/.

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