The developers of Ellington on the Park, Harlem’s newest cooperative building, have announced that residents have begun moving into their homes. Located at 130 Bradhurst Avenue at West 148th Street, the Ellington is comprised of 133 homes, 3,420 square feet of ground floor retail space, a gym, a courtyard, and a 31-car underground parking garage.
Ellington on the Park is one of the last properties to be developed under the Bradhurst Urban Renewal Plan in Harlem, an extensive, multi-year redevelopment initiative led by New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development. The plan’s intent was to provide Harlem residents with opportunities to develop equity and this goal has been achieved through a sustained and expansive revitalization effort on 34 sites in a 30-block area. In the immediate, three-block vicinity of Ellington on the Park, once-vacant, city-owned land is now home to a mixed-income, private residential neighborhood that offers roughly 800 new units of housing and significant new retail space.
With 133 homes, more than 80 percent of which are under contract and closings underway, Ellington on the Park is among Harlem’s most successful new real estate developments. A mixed-income development, the sales of Ellington on the Park’s 110 affordable units have helped anchor the building’s success – the Offering Plan has been declared effective and occupancy began in late January. With fewer than two-dozen units remaining, financing is readily available for all purchasers.
“Ellington on the Park is a final step in what has been an incredibly productive transformation of the Bradhurst neighborhood,” said Gale Kaufman of Duvernay + Brooks, one of the project’s developers. “Where once stood blighted buildings and vacant lots, there is now a vibrant residential community nestled alongside the beautifully renovated Jackie Robinson Park.”
There are currently 22 premier collection residences available at Ellington on the Park. These homes feature double hung oversized windows, French doors, hardwood oak flooring throughout, generous closet space and separate washer-dryer closets. Kitchens come equipped with Daltile stone countertops, solid cherry cabinetry, and stainless steel GE Profile and Monogram appliances. Bathrooms offer Kohler fixtures, marble countertops and elegant white & black tile flooring.
Amenities in the pet-friendly Ellington on the Park include a 24-hour attended lobby, a 4,000-square-foot landscaped courtyard, a fitness center, an indoor parking garage, and a resident community room. While it is located in a particularly bucolic sliver of West Harlem, the property has great access to the FDR/Harlem River Drive, Major Deegan, I-95, West Side Highway and Henry Hudson Parkway. New York’s A, B, C, D and 3 Subway lines are just three blocks away.
Homes at Ellington on the Park range in size from 637 to 1,413 square feet and are priced from approximately $375,000 to $775,000. Warburg Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. For more information about the building please contact Charlie Lewis at 917-407-4248 or Robert Williams at 347-371-1220 or visit www.EllingtonOnThePark.com or www.WarburgRealty.com. Offering by prospectus only.
In addition to Ellington on the Park, Duvernay + Brooks, together with Pennrose Properties, developed two other buildings within the Bradhurst Urban Renewal Area. These buildings, which sit alongside Ellington on the Park, include The Sutton, a 135-unit cooperative building at West 147th Street and Bradhurst Avenue, and Bradhurst Apartments, a 23-unit rental building located at Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 148th Street.