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Nortco’s Eleven Hancock Condo Project in Harlem is 50% Sold

Nortco Development’s Eleven Hancock, a newest ground-up residential condominium development in Harlem, is now 50% sold. The project has received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) from the city, and the first move-ins are slated for this summer. 

“Passing 50% sold and securing a TCO carries a lot of weight for buyers—and translates to better financing opportunities as banks understand the building will be completed on time with substantial sales in place,” said Rony Nortman, principal of Nortco Development.  “Buyers looking for more space, including private and shared outdoor spaces, without sacrificing on quality and location have discovered why Eleven Hancock is an incredible investment—it has been wonderful to see that our design is striking a chord.”

Scheduled for completion this summer, the 12-story, 130,000-square-foot condominium will comprise 71 studio, one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom residences.  Asking prices for the remaining units range from $550,000 to more than $2.2 million.


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