330 West 145th Street

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330 West 145th Street, New York City, NY

330 West 145th Street

Exterior of 330 West 145th Street
Building Information
Number of Units 77
Number of Floors 8
Year Built 2001
Construction Method Concrete
Type of Roof IRMA
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330 West 145th Street, New York City, NY
Distance to Public Transit Within one block
Region New York City
Municipality New York City
Zoning R8A
Title of Land Cooperative



Exterior of 330 West 145th Street

330 West 145th Street, also known as The Hamilton building, was constructed in 2001 and offers 77 residences over its 8 floors under a cooperative ownership structure. This residential building is conveniently situated at the edge of Hamilton Heights and Sugar Hill neighborhoods of Upper Manhattan. The building, although primarily used as a residential building, also features some commercial spaces at its ground level, which is currently occupied by Duane Reade, Chase Bank, and Pathmark Supermarket.

330 West 145th Street offers a great place to live as well as a smart investment property, as subletting is allowed in the building. The building is also pet-friendly and features modern amenities such as a full-time doorman, common laundry facility, common terrace, and fully-equipped fitness center.[1]


330 West 145th Street is located in Upper Manhattan, the self-explanatory northern region of Manhattan, which includes neighborhoods such as Marble Hill, Inwood, Washington Heights, Harlem (including Sugar Hill and Hamilton Heights), and Morningside Heights and Manhattan Valley. The less-tourist attracted areas of Upper Manhattan do feature some major attractions, such as The Cloisters, which is a museum European medieval architectural elements located in Washington Heights. While the Upper West Side is more affluent in nature, the East Side neighborhoods like East Village and SoHo have an association with crime and graffiti.

Situated near Hamilton Heights and Sugar Hill in the heart of Upper Manhattan, 330 West 145th Street is located on a highly-trafficked and un-landscaped street of 145th Street. One block away is the 145th Street express subway station, which is just two stops to Columbus Circle. The express trains are also just three blocks away at 145th Street and Lenox Avenue. There is also a convenient crosstown bus service, as well as car share programs in the area. Parking rentals are available directly inside the building, and access to the 145th Street Bridge, Harlem River Drive, and George Washington Bridge is convenient from the residence.

Aside from the amenities and stores directly inside the building, there are more amenities just across the street. There is a Starbucks, New York Sports Club, a farmers' market and Jackie Robinson Park which offers a swimming pool across the street from the building. Harlem landmarks like City College, Riverbank State Park, Saint Nicholas Park, and Riverside Park are also within walking distance. New stores to the area include a Target, BJ's, Home Depot and Marshall's.[2]


330 West 145th Street is a large, concrete building that is wider than it is tall. With just 8 stories, the building encompasses an entire block on the highly-trafficked 145th Street, and is quite deep as well, which lends to its high number of residences at 77 units.

Built in 2001, this concrete structure offers an old-world and historic charm with its warm beige-brick façade, and slight mosaic detailing. The structure is built on a slight downward slope on 145th Street, lending to a larger volume of units on one side of the building, but still maintaining a straight roof-line, which lends to the large common sun deck.

There is a slight setback on the back of the building, off of the busy 145th Street, which provides for some private terraces. Many windows can be seen from the exterior, but there are no balconies. The building's cross street of Edgecombe is a quiet tree-lined street with other brick and concrete clad buildings, but the building's street entrance is located directly on 145th Street.

Layout and Features

Many different layouts and sizes are found at 330 West 145th Street, the majority of which are one or two bedrooms in size, catering primarily to singles and young couples with some larger units for young families as well. Each residence offers a functional layout that is bright and airy with plenty of windows and a minimum of nine foot ceilings. Tree-top and park views are likely from inside the building.

Many of the homes feature entryway foyers or hallways that introduce residents and guests into the main living spaces. Open kitchens are common with islands and eating bars that flow seamlessly into the living areas, creating the feel of an even larger space, and making for a great entertainment area. The residences feature parquet-style hardwood flooring, central air conditioning, dishwashers, and private outdoor patios. Bathrooms feature over-sized bathtubs, and many have been updated to include more modern finishes. Each resident also has access to the common roof deck.

The building offers luxurious amenities that includes a state-of-the-art fitness center, large roof deck that is quiet and sun-drenched, a full-service lobby with a 24 hour concierge and doorman, and a central laundry facility with brand new machines. Many residences have been updated with in-unit washers and dryers.[3]

Floor Plans

32 floor plans are available for 330 West 145th Street. Here is a brief overview.


Amenities features at 330 West 145th Street include:

  • Full-time Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Live-in Superintendent
  • Fitness Center
  • Courtyard
  • Laundry Facility
  • Common Sun Deck


330 West 145th Street Bylaws
Rentals Yes
Pets Yes
Age No
Barbecues Yes

  • Pets are allowed
  • Subletting is allowed 2 of 4 years
  • Up to 90% financing allowed
  • No age restrictions on ownership


330 West 145th Street was constructed in 2001 or durable and sustainable materials. Concrete and brick tend to be long-lasting materials that create eco-friendly structures that require little maintenance or upkeep during its lifespan.

The common laundry facility in the building helps to keep the electricity usage low in the building, while the on-site amenities aid in encouraging residents to reduce their vehicle commuting.

Many amenities are located directly in the building or within a short walking distance, while public transportation and car share programs offer eco-friendly alternatives to vehicle commuting.

Interior eco-friendly aspects include:

  • Long-lasting hardwood and stone materials
  • Energy-efficient appliances and lighting
  • Large double-pane windows
  • No fireplaces


The Cloisters Museum

One of the tourist attractions in Upper Manhattan is The Cloister Museum, which is part of The Metropolitan of Art, and brings tourists out of the usual Manhattan core to visit the northern part of the city. This museum is devoted to the art and architecture found in medieval Europe, and many architectural designs can be found here that is reminiscent of this time. Located in Fort Tryon Park of Upper Manhattan, The Cloisters Museum overlooks the Hudson River, and features almost five thousand works of art from the 12th to 15th Century. The Cloisters began back in the early 1900s as a personal exhibition of a collection of art from the avid collector, George Grey Barnard.

In 1925, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, with the help of John D. Rockefeller, acquired Bernard's collection and added similar pieces to create The Cloister Museum, which now offers a plethora of works of art. Not only can visitors experience European medieval architecture when they visit the museum, they can also view manuscripts, stained glass, metalwork, ivories, and tapestries, including the world-famous unicorn tapestries.[4]


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