Elliman replaces Corcoran at Harlem condo

Feb.February 17, 2011 07:01 PM
From left, Elliman’s Brian Phillips, the exterior and interior model living room of the Odell Clark Place condo at 108 West 138th Street, and Vie Wilson of the Corcoran Group

Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Brian Phillips has taken over sales and marketing for the 22 remaining units at Odell Clark Place Condominiums I and II at 2373 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard and 108 West 138th Street in Harlem. Vie Wilson, a senior vice president at the Corcoran Group, was marketing the two buildings for the last six months.

“There wasn’t enough sales activity [under Corcoran],” said Phillips, who noted that all 10 apartments Corcoran sold were lottery unit deals through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development.

The condos were developed by the Abyssinian Development, the development arm of the Abyssinian Baptist Church. The two developments — at seven and six stories high — feature a total of 32 condos, including the 10 subsidized units.

The elevator buildings feature granite countertops and solid oak floors in each unit, in addition to a communal garden, Phillips said. Apartments range from 710 to 1,790 square feet, and all are priced under $1 million.

At 108 West 138th Street, the priciest unit is the 1,790-square-foot, three-bedroom penthouse asking $899,000, according to Streeteasy.com. At 2373 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, the three-bedroom penthouse, at 1,748 square feet, is listed for $922,000.

“These are affordable condos, neither high-end nor low-end, and they offer low common charges,” Phillips said. “Since I live nearby in Harlem, I can show the units aggressively.”

Corcoran and Abyssinian did not respond to requests for comment.

Related Articles

John Giannone and Jac Credaroli (Credit: iStock)

Two Elliman agents launch platform to provide renters, buyers and sellers up to $50K in unsecured loans

Jacob Sudhoff and Scott Durkin (Credit: Sudhoff Companies, Emily Assiran, iStock)

Douglas Elliman is coming to Texas

49 East 10th Street and Barbara Corcoran (Credit: Google Maps and Getty Images)

Corcoran to shut down office in building partly owned by Barbara Corcoran

From left: Douglas Elliman's Howard Lorber, Halstead's Diane Ramirez, Corcoran's Pam Liebman and Warburg Realty's Frederick Peters (Illustration by The Real Deal)

Layoffs and furloughs hit NYC’s biggest resi firms

(Credit: iStock)

Strong quarter for Manhattan home sales belies current struggle

LA resi leaders predict “pent up demand” post-coronavirus

LA resi leaders predict “pent up demand” post-coronavirus

NYRAC's Heather McDonough Domi and Compass' Leonard Steinberg (Credit: Compass; Steinberg by Gonzalo Marroquin/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Broker group asks StreetEasy to stop counting days on market

(Credit: iStock)

Rental concessions are on the decline, but the size of incentives is growing