The Crescendo, first new development in the Piano District with luxury apartments starting at $2,100 a month.
Mott Haven, also known as the "Piano District", is home to its first brand new development dubbed "The Crescendo".
The South Bronx development, which is divided into two six-story buildings "The Staccato" & "The Legato", is now accepting leases. The Staccato boasts 22 luxury residences and the The Legato has 108. Both offer condo-like amenities.
The buildings share the same address, 25 Bruckner Blvd, are situated in the newly dubbed "Piano District'. The neighborhood gets its moniker from the Bronx's history as a center of the booming piano industry during the 20th century. At its peak, Mott Haven had 43 piano factories employing more than 5,000 people and producing approximately 115,000 units every year.
Apartments range from studios with mezzanines to amazing 1-bedrooms duplexes with private rooftops. The buildings have private pools, saunas, "quiet spaces, and laundry among many other impressive luxury amenities.
A look inside the homes show they are practical and modern, with hardwood floors, large black-framed windows, and contemporary finishes. All of the units boast open kitchens with stone countertops. Samsung or Blomberg stainless steel appliances are included along with individual HVAC systems and hot water heaters. Some units offer washers/dryers.
Various studios to three-bedroom in different layouts are available, according to the building's website. Studios start at $2,131/month, one-bedrooms from $2,200/month, two-bedrooms from $2,658/month and three-bedrooms from $4,354/month.