The Rennie Condominiums are Filled With Amenities and Charm


The Rennie brings a medley of brand new Harlem condominiums to the city’s most vibrant neighborhood. Replete with a rare 25-year tax abatement, a full suite of amenities, environmentally conscious design and stylish finishes: this is the Manhattan you didn’t know you could have. Studio to 3-Bedroom residences are available for occupancy this year, with prices ranging from $580,000 to $1,900,000.

Developed by BRP Companies and designed by award-winning architecture firm GF55 Partners, The Rennie is located at 2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, just blocks from Harlem cultural institutions such as the Apollo Theater and The National Jazz Museum and minutes from multiple transportation options including the 2, 3, A, C and B subway lines.

Residences feature gray oak flooring, wood grain and white gloss kitchen cabinetry, stainless steel Fisher & Paykel appliances and private outdoor space for select homes. Tech-smart details and environmentally-conscious design set the tone for innovative living. WiFi enabled smart thermostat with remote access, zoned climate control, Bosch washer and dryer, and USB charging ports make comfort and convenience instantly accessible. Inside and out, The Rennie gives new meaning to city living.

The comprehensive amenities package has been thoughtfully conceived to anticipate every need. The building’s welcoming lobby features a living green wall, a comfortable waiting area and full-time service. The Party Room connects to the outdoor Entertaining Terrace, making hosting for any size, season or occasion a cinch. The Fitness Room offers state of the art equipment and visual connection to the daylit Children’s Playroom, a play space outside the apartment for active and inquiring minds. The expansive Rooftop Lounge with open views of Harlem and beyond offers dedicated areas for dining, lounging and grilling. Onsite parking, private storage, bicycle storage and a Pet Spa are also available. The Rennie stands as a great complement to life in Harlem.

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