Welcome to 17 and 52 Convent Avenue
Developed by Kane Ventures, 17 and 52 Convent Avenue features a duo of new developments two blocks from each other, offering mostly one and two-bedroom units, starting at $775MM. Alexander Compagno is helming the design for this new development of modern, muted exteriors clad in grey brick.
Inside the homes, airy, sunlit spaces pronounce a convenient, modern and luxurious living, with the wide-plank Brazilian oak flooring, radiant-heated flooring, and zoned climatic control dictating comfort and luxury for its residents. The oversized windows of all homes frame breathtaking views, with some vistas extending all the way to the Hudson River and New Jersey and lend the homes an airy feel.
State-of-the-art amenities and services include a virtual doorman, landscaped ground-floor rear yard, a fitness room, private storage, a children's playroom, bike storage, a majestic event room, a secure package room, and a residents' lounge among many others.
In West Harlem near the neighborhood’s border with Manhattanville and Hamilton Heights, 17 and 52 Convent Avenue
represent a two-building condominium project that launched sales in 2018. With 48 units in total, the project is being developed by Kane Ventures with Alexander Compagno helming the design. Both buildings have modern, muted exteriors clad in gray brick punctuated by operable picture windows. The seven-story, 21-unit 17 Convent
has a staggered massing while its six-story sister building is more conventional in appearance with a modern cornice at its roofline and 17 homes within. Homes in the pair of uptown additions have wide-plank Brazilian oak flooring, energy-efficient Fisher Paykel kitchens, marble-clad baths with radiant-heated flooring and zoned climate control; many units have balconies or terraces. Amenities include a residents' lounge, bicycle storage, a gym, a rooftop lounge with grilling stations, a virtual doorman, and a secure package room. The development is expected to receive a 15-year, 421a tax abatement that will allow buyers to enjoy low monthly carrying costs. The meandering path of Convent Avenue
puts the buildings near the A, C, B, D, and 1 trains as well as a host of local eateries and nightlife options including Maison Harlem
, Red Rooster
, Corner Social,
and Sushi Inoue.