After seeing a breathtaking, panoramic view of Manhattan’s iconic skyline from the rooftop of the luxurious Bridgeline building at 329 E. 132nd Street, it’s no shock that 30 percent of the complex has already been rented since it opened its doors in December.
This 12- story, unique 91-unit development has the shape of a ship’s bow and its unique floor plan reflects similar creativity, specifically unit 9E.
While technically it’s a typical one-bedroom apartment, offering an 890-square foot floor area, it’s what’s outside that is truely spectacular.
The nearly 2,000 square foot, triangularly-shaped terrace with views of the George Washington Bridge to the north, east to Long Island City and a panaramic palette of the greatest skyline around makes 9E the prized unit at Bridgeline.
“We haven’t even put a price on it yet,” said Jillian S. Faulls of Brigdline’s leasing team. “My estimate would be about $4,500 a month,” she added.
Faulls explained Bridgeline’s unit breakdown consists of; 38 studio units which start at $1,700 per month, an additional 38 one-bedroom apartments that go for $2,350, and 15 two-bedrooms that start at $2,900. Every apartment comes with in-unit washers and dryers, which she reiterated as a major leasing point.
Additionally, Bridgeline’s 12th floor boasts a two-bedroom penthouse unit with a terrace that also offers breathtaking views.
If that isn’t enticing enough, the Bridgeline rooftop is open to all tenants, so set up your lounge chair lounge while taking in breathtaking views of the Harlem River or have a drink at its outdoor bar.
That’s along with the complex’s ground floor entertainment room, state-of-the-art gym and parking in addition to many other features.
Bridgeline has attracted a great deal of interest from Bronxites, Faulls says.
“The development of Mott Haven is making people from this borough want to move here,” she said, mentioning how neighboring developments like the hip-hop themed restaurant Beatstro and The Compound art gallery are transforming that corridor between the Willis and Third Avenue bridges.
“We’re also seeing people who moved out of the Bronx move back into the Bronx with us and that is very exciting,” Faulls added.