In a 1968 feature story on the property, The New York Times Magazine cited Lenox Terrace as 'Harlem's Best Address'. Since construction was completed on the first of Lenox Terrace's six residential buildings in 1958, Lenox Terrace has been home to a who's who of local and national politicians, entertainers, and businesspeople, who value the community's commitment to, as the Times put it, "respectability without sterility and security without conformity."
Today, the Lenox Terrace community is more vibrant than ever. The property's six square city blocks offer a landscaped oasis within the bustle of Harlem's fast changing landscape. Children can be found playing in the property's private playground, while neighbors stop to enjoy a chat along its numerous park benches or within its flower garden.
Once home, our residents are greeted by uniformed doormen, renovated lobbies and spacious apartments, most with their own terraces overlooking the Lenox Terrace community and Manhattan skyline. The view from these apartments is extraordinary... a perfect vantage point from which to witness the renaissance of Harlem.