Sales launched for several of the building’s 24 units, some offering picture postcard views of the George Washington Bridge and the Hudson River.
The building was designed by NDKazalas Architecture P.C. Available units range in size from 649 square feet to 862 square feet in one- to two-bedroom floorplans — including a 1,043-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath penthouse residence.
Living rooms feature floor-to-ceiling, triple-paned windows and private terraces, while the open-concept chef’s kitchens incorporate a full suite of top-of-the-line Bosch and Blomberg appliances.
Amenities include an expansive rooftop deck, a fully-equipped fitness room, bicycle storage room and a virtual doorman with smartphone access and video intercom.
Hamilton Heights is a section of the larger Washington Heights area of Manhattan. With comparatively low home prices and convenient access to mass transit, Hamilton Heights is still one of New York City’s best-kept real estate secrets.
The area offers prime water views, is home to the Cloisters museum and Bennett Park, which occupies the highest point of land in Manhattan — 265 feet above sea level.
Pricing for available units starts at $600,000.