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Bohemia Realty’s BRGDM Markets Hudson Heights Condos

BRGDM, the development marketing division of Bohemia Realty Group, has put 24 condominium residences at Orient Development’s The Ammann on the market. The Hudson Heights mixed-use development, located at 40 Pinehurst Ave. at the corner of 179th Street in Northern Manhattan, features one-bedroom, two-bedroom and penthouse residences.

“The Ammann offers beautifully-appointed bright apartments with private balconies, including many with jaw-dropping views,” said Beth Gittleman, head of sales and development for BRGDM and Bohemia Realty. “This is a one-of-kind amenity-filled building, which blends brilliantly into an already desirable neighborhood.”

Designed by ND Kazalas Architecture F.C. for Orient Development, the developer responsible for Edgecombe Parc, the Ammann’s residences offer oversized, triple-pane windows with curtain wall systems, individually-monitored air- and heating systems, premium-grade appliances and in-unit washers/dryers. Building-wide amenities include a rooftop deck overlooking the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge.

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