Building: Park Place Condominium at 42 West 120th Street in Central Harlem
23 floorplans available
Built in 1909
A rare gem situated directly on Marcus Garvey Park, at Harlem’s most coveted 120th Street west of Lenox, is home to some of the most beautiful brownstones in New York and some of its most celebrated residences.
Known originally as the Olga, this elegant pre-war building was a served as a premier hotel in Harlem from 1920 through 1937. Today, it has been transformed into studio, one, and two bedroom homes, detailed in a classic white on white palette complete with crown moldings, recessed panel doors, marble baths and chef’s kitchens set off by stainless steel.
The lobby retains the old world elegance of the façade, made contemporary with the addition of textured wall coverings, inset mirrors and dramatic ceiling pendants. Building amenities include a fitness room, outdoor mezzanine patio, on-site storage, bicycle storage and laundry.
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|Bike Room||Gym||Live-in Super|
|Elevator||Laundry in Building||Storage Available|
|NYC Storm Zone C|
|23 active sales listings:||$588 per ft² (avg)|
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Open House: Sun, May 26 (3:15 - 4:15)