Prime Central Harlem Mixed Use Townhouse located on Lenox Ave between 124th & 125th Streets in the Mount Morris Historic District. Delivered vacant with a Certificate of Occupancy. Turn-key building. Potential uses include medical facility, art gallery, market/caf, restaurant, boutique (couture, gifts, etc), co-working space, or private offices plus residential spaces. Commercial kitchen in basement with venting to the roof. Beer/wine only for a restaurant use. This mixed-use building is in the heart of bustling Harlem, across the street from Whole Foods, on Lenox Avenue's restaurant row and one block from the commercially viable 125th street corridor, 2/3 express trains, and Trader Joes (coming soon). The full restoration of this building completed in 2015-2016, both DOB & Landmark approved, including a newly-pointed faade and windows completed in 2021. In addition, the building has new HVAC, hot water heaters and a commercial sprinkler system. Above the commercial space is a grand duplex apartment with a separate entrance and stairwell. On the 3rd floor there are two bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and glass showers. An historic wood staircase leads to the fourth floor with soaring wood beamed ceilings, big eat in kitchen, primary bedroom and full bath, a guest half bath, plus a washer/dryer. The details in the residential floors are designed with carefully selected features such as a set of vintage post office doors, antique mantelpieces, vented gas ranges, and the hand-painted brick walls in every room. The stairwells are creatively imagined with stunning wall dcor and wallpapers. The floors throughout are a walnut veneer. The roof can be developed into a private garden/deck with expansive views. The building has East and West exposures. The front of the building faces broad Lenox Avenue and overlooks low brownstones and an historic steepled structure. 274 Lenox Ave is a Neo-Grecian Brownstone designed by Architect Charles H. Beer and built in 1885. Lovingly known as the Chaiwali Brownstone, 274 Lenox was featured twice in the New York Times both for its design features and restaurant review. The possibilities are endless for this gem of a property.
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|5/9/2022 6:41:00 PM||New Value: $3,995,000|