The Real Deal New York

Images of the Adeline’s remaining units revealed

The building is currently over 80 percent sold
September 13, 2014 10:00AM

New images from the Adeline at 23 West 116th Street in Harlem have been released ahead of the launch of the building’s pricier units.

Sales launched in the L+M-developed building in January, since then over 80 percent have sold, according to Curbed. Current asking prices range from $830,000 for a 747-square-foot one-bedroom and $2.75 million for a 1,847-square-foot four-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment.

The 12-story building is 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.

[Curbed] Christopher Cameron

  • Don’t understand how they are getting these prices- Who would want to live in a place like this .. Totally out of character for the neighborhood. Throwing away good money