HAP Investments LLC, an international, full-service real estate development company headquartered in New York City, held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of The Highbridge, a new, 39-unit condominium building located at 446 West 167th Street in Washington Heights. The ceremony took place on September 13th and was attended by HAP Investments’ executives, board members and employees, strategic project partners and guests.
“We are pleased to celebrate the opening of The Highbridge, one of the only new, ground-up condominium buildings that’s been developed in Washington Heights in the last few years,” said Eran Polack, CEO and Co-Founder of HAP Investments. “The Highbridge is approximately 77 percent sold, with closings underway, and the sales progress is a testament to buyers’ interest in a new, high-quality condominium building well situated in one of Manhattan’s up-and-coming neighborhoods.”
Located in a rapidly developing area of Upper Manhattan, The Highbridge is adjacent to the New York Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University Medical Center. The building offers convenient access to multiple subway lines including the 1, A, and C. Building amenities include a gym, bike storage, and roof terrace.
The residences at The Highbridge were designed for homebuyers who appreciate uncompromising quality, practical use of space, and modern design in an exciting and dynamic neighborhood. Each residence features oversized floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak floors, open kitchens with stainless steel appliances, and gas stoves, quartz countertops, and Italian tile backsplash.
Polack added, “Washington Heights is one of the city’s most talked about, up-and-coming spots and we believe it is an area with long-term investment potential. Located in northern Manhattan away from the dense crowds and hustle and bustle, Washington Heights provides a quieter pace of life with a true neighborhood feeling. Situated on a hilltop, the area offers park and skyline views, as well as award-winning restaurants, several parks, and cultural attractions, plus direct transportation to Midtown.”