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    Default Rosa Parks Condominium in Harlem

    Location: 163 St. Nicholas Avenue on the corner of 118th Street

    From the website:

    Rosa Parks is internationally acclaimed as the "The Mother of the Civil Rights Movement". On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus and set the Civil Rights Movement in motion. But that was not the first time Rosa Parks stood up for her rights. Prior to her famous act of courage, she exhibited a firm, quiet strength to change things that were unjust. She served as secretary of the NAACP, and later, Adviser to the NAACP Youth Council.

    For forty years, Rosa Parks has traveled the world receiving awards for her continued efforts on behalf of racial harmony. We are proud to add honor this incredible woman whose act of courage helped change America forever.

    Rosa Parks recently celebrated her 90th birthday and is still active in fighting racial injustices and sharing her message with others.


    APARTMENT FEATURES
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    Rosa Parks Condominium offers 64 one, two and three bedroom residences, including several spectacular three bedroom penthouses. Each home has been thoughtfully designed for comfortable family living. Tasteful touches include decorative moldings in living rooms and solid oak hardwood floors throughout. Most residences have a "juliet" balcony, some have larger balconies or terraces. Each room has individual temperature control and state-of-the-art CAT 5 wiring for fast Internet access. Kitchens are well-designed with granite countertops, solid maple cabinets with a wine rack and sleek stainless steel appliances including refrigerator, stove, dishwasher and microwave. Bathrooms feature marble floors and large custom vanities.





    Rosa Parks Condominium on 9 August 2003.


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    Default Rosa Parks Condominium in Harlem

    If done well it could be nice, but doesn't look too imaginative.

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    Default Rosa Parks Condominium in Harlem

    Is it 163rd or 118th?

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    I understand that it's 118th street. *The "St" next to the 163 is part of "St. Nicholas."

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    Default Rosa Parks Condominium in Harlem

    Ah, yes, my mistake. *Sorry, I had the past week off from work, so I'm still trying to jump start the brain.

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