The 10-story building features 45 apartments
Located right across from Morningside Park, this Beaux-Arts style building sat vacant for over a decade after being ravaged by a fire in 2002. Then Renaissance Realty Group scooped it up in 2013 for $18 million, and began a restoration and transformation of the building into a 10-story luxury rental with 45 apartments. Leasing on those apartments is now under way with prices starting at $2,600 per month for a one-bedroom apartment.
Of the apartments currently listed on 92 Morningside Avenue’s website, prices range from $3,175 per month for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment , and goes up $6,925 per month for a four bedroom, two bathroom apartment. The units range in size from one-to-four bedrooms and the penthouse here is likely to rent for $15,000 per month.
Located on Morningside Ave. between West 122nd and West 123rd Streets, the building was designed by ND Architecture & Design, and some of the standout features of the apartments include a Carrara marble-clad entry, a 6-foot deep soaking bathtub with a manufactured Calacatta Gold tiled face in the bathroom, and German-manufactured Alno walnut cabinetry in the kitchen.
Amenities in the building include a gym, a pet spa, a children’s playroom, and a residents’ lounge with a kitchen among others.
- 92 Morningside Avenue [Official Website]
- Makeover, Weird Addition Planned For Vacant Harlem Building [Curbed]