77 Greenwich, the new residential tower designed by a “Who’s Who” of local design talent, including FXCollaborative, the architecture firm behind the new Statue of Liberty Museum, and Deborah Berke Partners, the lauded design firm that crafted the interiors at 432 Park Avenue, has officially topped out.
A meticulously re-imagined townhouse has just came to market in Park Slope blending California mid-century modernism with classic Park Slope Charm. Located at 328 5th Street, the 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home was originally built in 1910 and spans 20’-wide.
JD Carlise Development and Fosun International Limited have officially launched their new Handel Architects-designed, 805’, 62-story condominium tower currently which is currently rising in Nomad. They recently officially announced the name for the highly anticipated project, Madison House, and revealed that Gachot Studios is designing the interiors.
The Penthouse at The Schumacher in Manhattan's vibrant NoHo neighborhood has hit the market for $15 million, listed by John Burger and Richard Ziegelasch of Brown Harris Stevens. The building, an art gallery itself with a Basquiat in the lobby and Urs Fisher sculpture in the courtyard, is a certified Billionaire's Club, where Alberto "Tico" Magrabi, owner of the world's largest Warhol collection lives.
30 Warren, a boutique luxury condominium in Tribeca, has released a sneak peek of its precast concrete facade, an ambitious design crafted by Francois Lininger of French firm Post-Office Architects. Francois's modern twist on the cast iron and stone aesthetic of Tribeca, and the work that went into creating this look with over 70 different molds from corrugated cardboard.
Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon, has picked up 3 condos in 212 Fifth Avenue for roughly $80 million including a penthouse that was previously listed for $58 million. The purchase moved Madison Equities and Thor Equities, the developers of 212 Fifth Avenue, to announce that the ultra-luxury building is now sold out.
The Twine on Park Place, a fusion of two landmark townhouses which have been reborn as seven spectacular residences in Prospect Heights, has launched sales. Located at 218-220 Park Place, on one most desirable and convenient blocks in Brooklyn, the restored original facades, with contrasting architectural styles, offer extraordinary curb appeal.
With closings and move-ins on the horizon this summer, 350 West 71st Street, DNA Development’s Upper West Side condominium conversion, is seeing incredible sales velocity. Four new contracts have been signed in the past two weeks alone and interest continues to grow as the building gets closer to delivery and residences are completed.
Alchemy Properties has revealed a first look inside the completed Pavilion residences, a collection of unique residences at Woolworth Tower Residences where the developer has overseen the renovation of the top 30 floors of the Woolworth building into luxury condominiums.
The Robert R. Douglass pedestrian bridge in Lower Manhattan designed by WXY Architecture and Thornton Tomassetti is set to open this fall, 2019. The 230’ bridge is named after Robert R. Douglass, a founder of Alliance for Downtown New York and advocate for rebuilding Lower Manhattan after 9/11.
Tangram House West, the much awaited second condominium tower within the transformative Tangram mega-development, has revealed interior renderings showing residences which will bring a new level of luxury and elegance to Flushing.
Rockefeller Group has launched sales at Rose Hill in NoMaD, the firms first ever residential tower in New York City. Rockefeller Group was formed to develop and build Rockefeller Center over 90 years ago and has since been a leading, large scale urban developer.
Residence 67B at One57 on Billionaire’s Row is being listed for $25 million by Douglas Elliman agents, Anthony Barillo, Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes and Steven Giles. The grand-scale pad spans half of the building’s 67th floor, with breathtaking views of Central Park and the city.
Extell Development’s Central Park Tower, which is soon to be the tallest building in the world, has officially listed a selection of units as construction powers towards an early summer top off with the first anticipated closings in Q1 2020.
Trinity Place Holdings Inc. (NYSE: TPHS), the New York-based real estate holding, investment and asset management company, has announced the commencement of sales at 77 Greenwich, a new residential condominium with a boutique approach to upscale urban living.
Sales have launched with quick success at The Museum House in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights neighborhood. The project is being developed by Happy Living Development with architecture by DJLU Architects and interior’s by Aldo Andreoli.
Lightstone, one of the largest and most diversified privately held real estate companies in the United States, has announced that 130 William, a new luxury high-rise tower designed by visionary architect Sir David Adjaye, has topped out. 130 William rises approximately 800’ tall, 66 stories, to make a bold architectural statement and unique addition to Manhattan’s iconic skyline.
Leasing has launched for The Enclave, a new collection of 260 luxury apartments and more than 40,000 SF of resort-style amenities in one of Jersey City’s hottest new neighborhoods. The project is being developed by BNE Real Estate Group, Hoboken Brownstone Company and McKinney Properties.
A lavish duplex penthouse residence which occupies the entirety of the top two (32nd and 33rd) floors of One Hundred Barclay in Tribeca, the world’s first Art Deco skyscraper designed by Ralph Walker, has hit the market for $39,950,000.
Newport, Jersey City, one of the largest and most successful mixed-use waterfront communities in the country, has opened a brand-new, state-of-the-art leasing gallery led the LeFrak Organization and Newport Associates Development Company.
One of the last remaining penthouse units a 40 Bleecker designed by celeb-go-to interior designer Ryan Korban has hit the market for $15.5 million. 40 Bleecker is making waves in the NYC real estate market as Korban’s first and highly anticipated new 12 story, luxury ground-up condominium project in Manhattan's NoHo neighborhood.
111 Montgomery, the first full-service newly built condominium in Crown Heights, has officially launched sales. Located in the cultural epicenter of Brooklyn, minutes from the Brooklyn Museum and directly overlooking the 50-acre Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the century-old landmark and worldwide attraction adjacent to Prospect Park
Following a sustained five-month leasing frenzy, 90 Columbus has hit the 75% leased mark in downtown Jersey City. More than 400 of the 539 luxury apartments have been rented in the 51-story tower since coming to market in November, according to developers Ironstate Development Company and Panepinto Properties, which tapped The Marketing Directors to oversee its leasing program.
Unit 11N at the ultra-luxurious 70 Vestry, where just 5 residences remain for sale, has hit the market for $28.5 million. The 5,003 SF unit is spread over four-to-six bedrooms depending on the buyers preference with 149 SF of outdoor space.
133 East 64th Street, Penthouse B, which was originally owned by the former owner and then publisher of the New York Post, Dorothy Schiff, has hit the market for $22 million with Michael Lorber and Alexander Boriskin of Douglas Elliman. Perched atop a distinguished white-glove prewar cooperative, this massive duplex penthouse affords spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and Central Park.
The LEED-anticipated Avora in Weehawken on New Jersey’s Gold Coast has revealed a stunning new waterfront residence. The amenity-rich condominium, developed by Landsea Homes, blends luxury with sustainability and is designed by world-renowned architecture firm IBI Group.
565 Broome SoHo, the luxury condominium designed by Pritkzer Prize winning architect Renzo Piano, has revealed a new model unit designed by Damon Liss. Unit North 22A is currently listed for $8,150,000 and features 3 bedrooms, 3 full-bathrooms and 1 powder room spread over 2,512 SF.
The American Museum of Natural History is gearing up to begin construction on their new Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation, on their Upper West Side campus. Construction had been stalled due to litigation after community groups attempted to block the project which will be built on a quarter-acre portion of land from the existing Theodore Roosevelt Park.
Since launching sales just months ago, 308 N 7th Street, a new condominium inspired by historic Williamsburg, has announced the commencement of first closings and initial occupancy. Located in the heart of Williamsburg, 308 N 7th offers elevated living, thoughtful amenities and a rare 15-year tax abatement.