New renderings have been revealed for the Moise Safra Cultural Center which is approaching completion on the Upper East Side. The 14-story building was designed by PBDW Architects and is located at 130 East 82nd Street.
Leasing has officially kicked off at the recently completed Bridgeline Apartments, located at 329 East 132nd Street in the Mott Haven neighborhood of Bronx. The 12-story Bridgeline Apartments was designed by Aufgang Architects and developed by JCAL Development Group.
New York-based real estate developer Extell Development Company has announced that its Jersey Shore project, The Lofts Pier Village, is nearing 50% sold as 100 units have been sold less then one year after launching sales including a penthouse for $2.75 million.
Essex Crossing's 242 Broome has revealed a first look at its units, revealing an ASH NYC-furnished 2-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom spread. The units covers 1,353 SF and is finished with luxe Schumacher wallcoverings.
LeFrak has revealed its highly-anticipated new residential building in the Hamilton Park neighborhood of Jersey City, Revetment House. The building is the sister building to LeFrak's existing Embankment House.
80 Flatbush Avenue is moving closer to becoming a reality as the drama filled proposed tower has finally been awarded approval by the City Planning Commission after a unanimous vote. The proposal will now seek final approvals by the City Council.
The Sir David Adjaye-designed 130 William has officially launched listings after receiving over 3,000 inquiries buying a condominium unit at the project. Sales velocity has been at an unprecedented pace with over 30 contracts signed in under 30 days before even launching listings.
Corte, a new Long Island City-condo which is being developed by Planet Partners and CBSK Ironstate, has officially launches sales. Located at 21-30 44th Drive in Court Square, The 8-story Corte will offer 85 condominiums which start at $560,000 and range up to $3 million.
Nationally acclaimed real estate development firm Extell Development Company has announced that they have closed on $530 million in financing for Brooklyn Point, the firm’s first development in Brooklyn and currently the tallest residential tower under construction in the borough.
The Upper West Side continues to be a hotspot for new development as SJP Properties has revealed new renderings of the Elkus Manfredi-designed 200 Amsterdam Avenue. The art deco-inspired tower will rise 55-stories, 669', and will be located at 200 Amsterdam Avenue.
New renderings have been revealed of the ODA-designed condo at 101 West 14th Street which is being developed by Gemini Rosemont. The glass-clad modern cubic project rises 13-story stories and offers 45 condo residences. 21 of the residences will be duplexes and will average 1,200 SF.
RAL Companies and Oliver’s Realty Group have announced a new collaboration with Amazon to provide an easy, convenient smart home experience for buyers at Quay Tower, the new luxury condominium located on the Brooklyn Heights waterfront in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Developer KRE Group has announced that move-ins at 485 Marin, the newest and largest rental building in Jersey City’s Hamilton Park neighborhood, will begin on August 15. Prices begin at $2,350 for a studio after leasing first launched in June 2018.
Hudson Yards is fast on the rise. After Related Companies Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group-designed 15 Hudson Yards topped out in March at 900' and KPF-designed 35 Hudson Yards topping out at 1,009 SF, the New York-based developer has now officially topped out their 2nd adjacent supertall 30 Hudson Yards at 1,296'.
The first phase of BIG U, the Bjarke Ingels and One Architecture & Urbanism-designed storm protection system coming to Manhattan's Lower East Side, is now underway as Rebuild by Design and Gold Old Lower East Side have released an RFP for a stewardship part. The submission deadline for the RFP is August 9, 2018.
Penthouse 54 at 277 Fifth Avenue, the tallest residential building on Fifth Avenue, has listed for $24 million. 277 Fifth Avenue is a sleek addition to the skyline in the form of a 55-story modern glass tower designed by internationally-acclaimed architect Rafael Viñoly, of 432 Park fame.
The Handel Architects-designed Summit, located at 222 East 44th Street, has released new renderings as construction is moving fast towards completion in Midtown. Summit is already an iconic tower on midtown's skyline having passed topped out and construction crews are now focusing on the installation of the building's façade.
242 Broome, the first condominium within the highly-anticipated Essex Crossing development on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, has officially commenced closings and is now open to residents. The 14-story project topped out in April and is over 65% sold. 242 Broome was developed by Delancey Street Associates and was designed by SHoP Architects with interiors by DXA Studio.
On the heels of topping out earlier this year, Waterline Square was recognized as the city’s fastest-selling new development by dollar volume and by the number of units sold in 2017. Now the first penthouse has been revealed at the five-acre mega-project by GID Development Group.
The buyer of a penthouse at 160 Leroy, which went under contract for $43 million, is being sold to Michael Rubin, co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers and CEO of Kinetic. When it closes the sale will be the most expensive sale south of 14th street, although it will be surpassed soon after by an under contract penthouse at 70 Vestry which was asking $65 million.
125 Greenwich Street, Bizzi & Partners Development new Rafael Viñoly-designed, 88-story, 912' luxury condominium skyscraper has officially passed the halfway mark of vertical rise after construction teams passed the 45th floor. Construction is currently on pace to finish next fall (2019).
Greenwich West has officially broken ground in West Soho, bringing a classic luxury loft building that is priced to sell to the neighborhood. To officially celebrate the commencement of construction at the 30-story condominium building, an exclusive ceremony was held July 10, 2018.
The Amberly, which is being developed by AmTrust Realty Corp., is gearing up to launch leasing and officially open at the end of this summer (2018). The 33-story project is designed by Woods Bagot and marks the firms first tower in North America.
Visionary architect Sir David Adjaye presented an exclusive preview of the highly-anticipated 130 William sales gallery, located at 19 Beekman Street. The evening began with an intimate, private tour led by Adjaye, who discussed his holistic vision for 130 William.
Citiscape Consulting has revealed new renderings of 1508 Avenue Z in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. The radical 16-story design features a post-war Japanese Metabolism movement and blends organic materials with modern architecture.
Gamma Real Estate' 800' 3 Sutton Place residential tower designed by architect Foster + Partners has now been approved by the Board of Standards and Appeals and construction can restart after the developers were forced to seek rezoning to complete the project.
Landsea Homes , an international homebuilding and development company with operations in the United States, Europe and Asia, in partnership with Leyton Properties, a development company specializing in commercial real estate, has announced the closing of a $40 million senior construction loan for their Upper West Side condominium development at 212 West 93rd Street.
308 N 7th, a stunning new Isaac & Stern-Designed condo project in Williamsburg has revealed brand new renderings of the project while simultaneously launching a teaser site. The project is being developed by Adam America Real Estate and Naveh Shuster Group, with sales and marketing being led by The Shemesh Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Construction on Anthony Goicolea's winning design for Greenwich Village's Hudson River Park's LGBT Monument is now underway. Goicolea's design was chosen by Governor Andrew Cuomo in 2017 to honor the LGBT rights movement and the victims or the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting.
There is more drama at 111 West 57th Street, JDS and Property Markets Group's skinny SHoP Architects-designed supertall which is now rising on Billionaires' Row. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, who was originally hired as the firm to lead pre-construction sales, has now sued the development team for breach of contract.