Soha 118, as known as "The Face of South Harlem," is an attractive, red-brick 12-story luxury condominium building. The architect is GF55 who are responsible for other projects in Harlem. The 12 story building, with a two-story limestone base, a few setbacks and corner windows, has frontage on Frederick Douglass Blvd., 118th and 119th Streets. The lobby has a Jerusalem Stone floor that is divided with a strip of frosted glass, floor-to-ceiling mahogany panels and an accent wall with horizontal slivers of stone installed in varied lengths and surface depths. There are also cylindrical pendants, recessed ceiling fixtures and stainless steel-clad columns. The building has a landscaped common garden. One, two, and three-bedroom apartments include four inch wide variegated Brazilian cherry floors, oversized windows, stainless steel appliances and several apartments have private yards or balconies. There are three duplex penthouses with up to four bedrooms, offering multiple exposures and large terraces with breathtaking Central Park views. SoHa 118 features a 24-hour doorman, on-site live-in superintendent, a full time porter, a fitness center, media room and a children's playroom.