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Bolivar Development's 1998 Second Ave. occupies a full block between 102nd and 103rd streets in Manhattan

Bolivar’s 1998 Second Ave. Opening for Occupancy 

Bolivar Development said occupancy will begin in August at 1998 Second Ave., a 12-story, 164-unit newly constructed luxury rental development, located on a full block site on Second Avenue between 102nd and 103rd streets. With leasing being handled by Cantor Pecorella, pricing will start at $2,400 per month. 

“This vibrant neighborhood has seen dynamic growth in recent years, particularly with the expansion of the Second Avenue subway line, and 1998 fills the increasing need for a new elegant rental product,” said Peter Fine, founder of Bolivar. “The rich amenity package, convenient location and competitive pricing will combine to make this one of the most in-demand rental buildings in Manhattan.” 

The building is near various public transportation access points including the 6 train at 103rd Street and Lexington and the Q train at 96th street on the new Second Avenue subway line, as well as multiple bus lines.  


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