Wednesday, June 28, 2017

DWELL: 452 WEST 142ND STREET ON THE MARKET

Harlem Bespoke:  Number 452 West 142nd Street has arrived on the market for $3.9 million in Hamilton Heights.  The limestone 2-family townhouse is just around the corner from lower Convent Avenue which has seen some record sales in the past couple of years and there are a lot of original details within. We especially like the gut renovated bathroom that actually has a lot brand new finishes which look like exact replicas of what might have existed before.  Express subways on 145th Street are about a 5 minute walk away so the location is pretty ideal. More photos and contact information can be found on Streeteasy: LINK

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INTRODUCING: CORBIN HILL FARMSHARE

Harlem Bespoke: Uptowners looking for a farmshare for the season should check out the Corbin Hill Food Project site which is pretty flexible with seasonal membership and reasonably priced.  Pickup locations included Morningside Heights, Hamilton Heights, Washington Heights and a couple in Central Harlem: LINK

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BESPOKE: FIRST JULY SUGAR HILL MARKET 2017

Sunday, July 9th, 1:00PM-6:00PM, Sugar Hill Market x La Maison d'Art, 259 West 132nd Street, just east of FDB.  The first Sugar Hill Market for July 2017 will pop up this weekend and features Harlem's best selling, locally made designer collections at La Maison d'Art.  The HB curated boutique market has had some great word of mouth and also awesome shout outs by New York Magazine, Time Out, and New York Daily News in the past.   Hill market also features new artwork exhibits on the gallery walls of La Maison d'Art which have been popular with visiting guests.  Follow the official SHM Instagram account for more daily updates:  LINK

SHOP: HARLEM SIGNAGE AT WHOLE FOODS


Harlem Bespoke:  The Whole Foods in Harlem scheduled to open in 3 weeks on July 21st is really making major progress within the new commercial space. We walked by the corner of 125th Street and Lenox yesterday and noticed that Harlem-centric signage can be seen within and much of the hard finishings have been installed. Green industrial hanging lamp, wood paneling and subway tiles along the walls appear to be a key design element in the expansive space.  Everything looks like it will be finishing up in the next week or so and then all of the food will finally be shipped in.  Check out our past post for more on Harlem's first Whole Foods: LINK

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