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Today's Featured Building: Brownstone Lane II

Facade of Brownstone Lane II

Brownstone Lane II, located at 313 West 119th Street in Central Harlem, is a newly built, low-rise brownstone offering historic and classic design features. Together with its elder sister building, Brownstone Lane is a two-building complex overlooking the enclosed courtyard which provides a community outdoor place for parents to relax and kids to play.

Completed in 2006, Brownstone Lane II offers 54 condominium residences over its six stories. Many of these layouts are street-entry, duplex-style homes with private outdoor terraces, some on both levels. This project, which was undertaken by Brownstone Too Equities LLC and designed by architectural firm GF55 Partners, has recreated the traditional brownstone townhouses that is reminiscent of New York City's history. The garden and glass and brick solarium connects the two buildings, the first building of which is located on 120th Street.

This modern yet historic building offers a 24 hour doorman, a fully-equipped fitness center, a common garden and courtyard, a children's play area, laundry facility, on-site storage, and an on-site parking garage. Designer interiors are found throughout both of the buildings, which offer spacious living areas and luxurious finishes.[1]


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