Welcome to The Rennie

Blog, 17. 09. 18

Welcome to The Rennie, your new home in the heart of Harlem. The Rennie is eight stories of upscale finishes, exquisite amenities, and no small amount of comfort and convenience. These new condos in Harlem bring all of the features you need — and more — to the center of one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the entire city. Read on to get a more detailed look at the latest in modern living available now in Harlem.

Located on Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard between 137th and 138th Streets, the building’s design sits comfortably among the mix of new and classic mid-rise architecture. Set within the stonework are large windows designed to flood each unit with plenty of natural light and to let in fresh air. Hidden below the structure is an underground parking garage. Yes, you can live in NYC and have a car, too.

You can expect 24-hour doormen and a suite of amenities at The Rennie. There is a children’s playroom and a fitness center for dedicated gym-goers. You also can choose to stretch out under the sun on the rooftop deck or relax indoors at the resident lounge, complete with a kitchen. Or just mix and mingle in the outdoor entertainment terrace.

Finally, the convenience and warmth of the building only add to the feeling of home. Units feature comfortably modern color palettes with striking oak wood floors. Each residence exudes an airy, light atmosphere — don’t forget those large, sun-welcoming windows. The kitchen supplies you with everything you need to create a feeling of perfect domesticity, including a suite of appliances in gleaming stainless steel by Fisher & Paykel. Enjoy breakfasts around the white quartz countertop, dazzling holiday meals, and, of course, those get-togethers with friends that always seem to end up with everyone in your kitchen.

While Harlem has long been a destination for those in the know with its rich history, plentiful options for dining, performance spaces, and culture, making The Rennie your home will put you in the center of it all every day. Here, in Harlem, “Life is for the living.”