Our Buildings

5 Stories, 66 Units
Built: 1920
Located on a desirable block overlooking Jackie Robinson Park, this pre-war brick building has a broad, garden entryway with open east-facing views of Yankee Stadium. Hardwood floors, high ceilings and a wide marble stairway and tiled landings are meticulously maintained. Laundry available on premises.  Less than a block from the C train and a short walk to the A, B, D and 1 trains.

6 Stories, 48 Units
Built: 1912
An historic, classic Harlem building located around the corner from the Jumel Mansion. Its location and classic architecture mark this as one of the area’s most desirable living quarters. White stone and a copper cornice line are characteristic of the period the building was erected, and give an indication of the care taken to provide tenants with roomy, attractive apartments. Nearby services include a public library, bookstore, supermarket and parks. Only three blocks from the C and 1 trains.

6 Stories, 21 Residential, 4 Commercial
Built: 1920
Located at the southeast corner of Broadway and 149th Street with excellent proximity to express subway transportation. The building contains exceptionally large four-bedroom units, ranging from 1,060 square feet to 1,340 square feet. The apartments are especially attractive to families or students looking to share apartments at affordable rental rates in close proximity to Columbia University, CUNY, or New York Presbyterian Hospital. Only four short blocks to the A, B, C, D, and 1 trains.

6 Stories, 68 Units
Built: 1922
One of the largest buildings in Hamilton Heights, 940 St. Nicholas is also one of the most interesting architecturally. Having been constructed during the golden era of Sugar Hill, both the location of the property and the structure are exceptional with large units characterized by gracious layouts. Only two blocks from the Jumel Mansion, 940 St. Nicholas is perfectly situated to cater to an active lifestyle. Bike paths, parks, swimming pools and tennis courts can be found in the nearby Highbridge Aqueduct Park. The building offers a broad, tiled lobby, an elevator and a laundry room. Only 2 blocks to the C and 1 trains.

38 Units
Built: 1900
Two adjacent six-story walk-up residential buildings containing a total of 38 units and ±28,536 gross square feet located on the East side of Manhattan Avenue between West 100th and West 101st Streets in the Manhattan Valley neighborhood of the Upper West Side. Both properties have undergone extensive renovations, and all units have been upgraded. One block from Central Park and two blocks from B and C subway lines.