Apex Condos set to sell

The Apex is currently accepting names for a priority list entitling prospective buyers to be among the first purchasers of the Apex condominiums, located on the upper six floors of a new 12-story, 124-room Starwood Aloft Hotel at 2300 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, on the southeast corner of 124th Street.  The hotel is expected to open its doors in September.

The studio-to-three-bedroom residences will sell from the mid-$300,000s to just over $1 million, according to the owner/developer, RCG Longview.  Initial occupancy is scheduled for this fall.

Those interested in joining the Priority List can do so by visiting the community’s website at www.apexcondominiums.com.

The residences enjoy a separate, private, secured entrance to the condominiums with a 24/7 attended lobby, residents-only elevators, storage, and a rooftop terrace with panoramic views reserved exclusively for condo owners.  In addition, owners of these striking residences will enjoy shared hotel amenities such as a second, spectacular entrance, bar, fitness center and on-site parking.

The studio-to-three-bedroom residences offer from 476 to 1,767 square feet of living space with stylish interior designs that provide a contemporary look at an exceptional value, according to Adrienne Albert, CEO of The Marketing Directors, Inc., Apex’s Sales and Exclusive Marketing Agent.

The units will feature floor-to-ceiling windows in many homes, wood flooring throughout and Bosch washer and dryers in every residence.  Kitchens are notable for custom two- tone cabinetry, granite countertops and a Kitchen Aid stainless steel appliance package that includes cook top, wall oven, dishwasher, refrigerator and microwave, while lavish master baths offer over-sized glass showers, custom designed vanities with polished marble counters and Grohe fixtures.”

“With no nationally branded hotel in the neighborhood, we recognized that there was a huge need for one which could also offer a quality residential component at reasonable price points,” Mr. Gorsky points out.  “Harlem is a resurgent community which has retained its timeless charm while embracing new development — particularly along the Frederick Douglass Boulevard corridor, which now provides all of the necessary amenities and services to appeal to residents, including great restaurants, coffee houses, markets, movie theaters and other retail.  Apex is one block from the 125th Street subway station, which offers direct express commuter service to 33rd Street.  And there are a wealth of fine restaurants and cultural, historic, entertainment and shopping venues nearby.”