The Adeline is giving a boost to Harlem. From L+M, the team behind the African-inspired Kalahari condos on West 116th Street, comes a new full-service condo building at 23 West 116th Street. It’s named for Adeline Waller, the mother of the jazz musician Fats Waller, and the wife of Edward Martin Waller, a prominent Harlem minister during the early 20th century. The 12-story building is home to 83 market-rate, one- to four-bedroom units. As of press time, 66 condos were in contract. The least expensive unit available, a one-bedroom, was asking $830,000. Demand at the development is driving up prices. At press time, the priciest unit, a four-bedroom with a private terrace, was asking $2.95 million. The building has a 15,800-square-foot second-floor courtyard. Construction is slated to be complete by mid-2014. Contact www.theadeline.com or 212-486-3916.
|NAME||The Adeline||PRICE RANGE||From $830,000 to $2,995,000|
|ADDRESS||23 West 116th Street||SIZE RANGE||From 747 Sq Ft to 1,912 Sq Ft|
|TYPE||New Building||AVG PPSF||$1,263|
|TOTAL UNITS||83||TAX ABATEMENT||Yes|
|DEVELOPER||L+M Development Partners||AVG COMMON CHARGE||$0.60/sf|
|BROKER||Halstead Property Development Marketing||FINISHED BY||2014|