1485 Fifth Avenue 10E
Approximate Square Feet: 1436
Common Charges: $1039
Monthly Taxes: $15
Isen & Company R|E|A
5th on the Park is one of Northern Manhattan’s premiere luxury brands and destinations. Comfortable living with modest monthly costs make this building a favorite for any buyer looking for the perfect blend of amazing amenities at a reasonable cost.
1485 5th’s picturesque destination is adjacent to Marcus Garvey Park. Surrounded by the beautiful mansions of the Mt Morris landmarked district, the building sits adjacent to a historic time capsule with a perfect blend of open space, park, green, and famous Harlem history. As one enters the art filled lobby you are captivated by the peaceful ambiance. The building is inviting and beautiful. 1485 5th Avenue features a rich plethora of amenities that include a gym, heated lap pool, parking, sun deck, resident lounge, playroom, and a doorman and concierge. A 421A tax abatement is in place. The abatement will not expire until 2035, so taxes we remain low for an extended length of time.
11A is the perfect floor. Not too high and not too low. Great views from the living and kitchen space. Exposure is North and West to enjoy the summer sunsets over the park. This apartment enjoys large glass windows, sunny exposure, great light, cherry hardwood floors, designer kitchen (with granite countertops), vented washer dryer, bright sun, and a very comfortable and generous floorplan. The feel of the apartment gives one a sense of green right outside your window. The 11th floor clears the trees and gives a flush park view to enjoy seasons all year round.
With 28 stories and 206 units the building is a close community. The building feels like a vertical neighborhood with all the comforts of luxury living.
The area is classic central Harlem and one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Manhattan. Close to public transport, one can travel west via 2/3 subway, or east via the 6 train. The 5th Avenue bus is also right outside the building. Easy access to airports and exiting Manhattan to Upstate, New Jersey, or Long Island. Restaurants, bars, shops, and commercial life live in close proximity to the building and the new Whole Foods at 125th will be located four blocks away.