After undergoing a name change from The Eleventh, to XI, HFZ Capital's Bjarke Ingels Group designed high line condo will launch sales on May 7. One bedrooms will start at $2.8, 2 bedrooms will start at $3.9 million, 3 bedrooms from $6.5 million and 4-bedroom starting at $9 million. XI will also feature half-floor penthouse units starting at $25 million.
DDG's new luxury condominium 180 East 88th Street partnered with the non-profit Ladies Who Hoop, an organization dedicated to empowering women of all ages through the game of basketball, to host the First Annual Free-Throw Contest
HFZ Capital has revealed a first look at the well-appointed amenities at 88&90 Lexington, their condo conversion project that blends two distinct buildings from two different architectural eras into one seamless residential building.
World Wide Group and Rose Associates, the developers of 252 East 57th Street, the SOM-designed curved glass tower anchoring the eastern end of Manhattan’s 57th Street luxury residential corridor on Billionaires Row, has announced that the development has won the prestigious Urban Land Institute (ULI) Design Award for Excellence in Mixed-Use Development
Last Wednesday, April 11th, a selection of Manhattan's top real estate brokers were treated to an exclusive hardhat tour of Three Waterline Square, guided by the building's starchitect himself, Rafael Viñoly.
Home to stars such as Jake Gyllenhaal, Meg Ryan, Harry Styles and Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, 443 Greenwich is no stranger to being in the news. Now, a penthouse asking $58 million has gone under contract at the "paparazzi proof" building, depending on the closing price it could be the most expensive apartment ever sold in Downtown.
Extell Development, the firm behind the skyline changing One57, has revealed their new, swanky amenities at their new East Village luxury rental project, EVGB. EVGB delivers top class, indoor and outdoor amenities designed by McGinley Design designed to elevate resident's lives.
40 Tenth Avenue, the High Line hugging, Studio Gang-designed office building has topped off at 10-stories on Tenth Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets. The project has been known infamously as the Solar Carve and features 139,000 SF of commercial space including 40,000 SF of retail, a 10,000 SF shared roof deck, and an 8,000 SF 2nd floor terrace.
[PROFILEmiami] - Lennar has undergone a major shake-up at the management level as longtime CEO Stuart Miller has stepped down as CEO, to be replaced by Rick Beckwitt, and will resume his role with the company as Executive Chairman.
Park and Shore, Jersey City's gold coasts' newest luxury condominium, officially celebrated its topping out to wrap up a successful March 2018. The milestone was announced by developer Strategic Capital, the investment arm of China Construction America, and construction manager and general contractor Plaza Construction.
Sumaida + Khurana, the firm behind Tadao Ando's 152 Elizabeth, and LENY have closed on a $155 million construction loan for the development of 611 West 56th Street, the highly anticipated luxury condominium designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza.
Savanna has revealed first renderings for the Incorporated Architecture and Design (INC) and SLCE-Architects designed Vandewater, which will rise over the Jewish Theological Seminary's Morningside Heights Campus after it was announced last year (2017).
Just months after revealing the $110 million penthouse atop Woolworth Tower Residence, Alchemy Properties has released a new full-floor spread designed by internationally acclaimed interior designer Cheryl Eisen of Interior Markeing Group. Residence 40A, asking $21.325 million, is spread over 4 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and 2 half bathrooms.
Tishman Speyer has just revealed their first ground-up condo tower in New York City which will rise in Downtown Brooklyn, adjacent to the Macy's the developer is currently renovating. Known as 11 Hoyt, the tower will rise 51-stories, designed by Studio Gang, the Chicago-based architecture firm led by Jeanne Gang.
There is a new four-story residential building coming to Bushwick, Brooklyn just steps from the J, M and Z trains. The project is being developed by Moshe Friedman and is being designed by BEAM Group, led by Boaz Golani.
The Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed Upper East Side condo building, 20 East End Avenue, has revealed their new, lavish Patrik Lönn designed duplex. The duplex is the first of its kind in the building to hit the market. The residence features 4,299 SF of interior living space spread over 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.
New renderings have been released of the Selldorf Architects-designed expansion of Frick Collection. The expansion is expected to cost $160 million and construction will take 2 years to complete after breaking ground, which is not anticipated until 2020.
Time Out, the British-based company that is behind the Time Out series of magazines as well as the Time Out Market Lisbon and Time Out Market Miami, has announced that they will be opening a food hall on the Dumbo waterfront later this year.
Led by the developer-builder team of Related Companies, Vornado Realty LP, and Skanska USA, the conversion of the James A. Farley Post Office in Midtown is undergoing a conversion into the Moynihan Train Hall and will become part of the Penn-Farley transit and retail complex.
Tribeca will soon have a new modern, boutique condo on the block as the Post-Office Architectes-designed 30 Warren is currently approaching top-off. In anticipation of completion the developers, Cape Advisors, have released new listings through Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, who is exclusively handling sales and marketing for the project.
RedSky Capital has revealed their new mixed-use project located at 658 Driggs Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn which will be designed by Internationally acclaimed architectural firm Morris Adjmi Architects.
Douglas Elliman just announced its acquisition of VESPA Properties Group, a boutique real estate firm that specializes in properties throughout Brooklyn, with a focus on Carroll Gardens, Boerum Hill, Park Slope and Cobble Hill. Co-founders, Pietro Costa and Denver Butson, will be joining Douglas Elliman as The Costa Team and will continue to serve the Brooklyn community.
Sales have launched at the SCDA-Architects-designed Five One Five directly on the High Line in Chelsea. With a design team led by the internationally-acclaimed Soo K. Chan, Five One Five rises 11 stories and features just 15 condominium residences.
Newark Liberty International Airport has announced that they will replace Terminal A with a Grimshaw Architects and STV-designed, LEED Silver Certified Terminal One. Terminal One will feature 33-gates and will be designed to accommodate some 13.6 million annual travelers with over 1 million square feet of space.
The Moxy Hotel is opening a second location less than a year after opening their first NYC location, Moxy Hotel Times Square located at 485 Seventh Avenue, in 2017. The Financial District outpost will featured 298 rooms and will be located at 26 Ann Street, developed by Mark Grodan and Tribeca Associates.
New images have been released of the newly opened sales gallery at the Robert A.M. Smith Architects-designed Two Fifty West 81st where sales have been steadily progressing and two penthouses are already under contract. When complete, Two Fifty West 81st Street will rise 18-stories and features 31-luxury condos encased in a brick and limestone facade.
Investment advisor Kepos Capital LP has signed a lease relocating its headquarters to 11 Times Square, a state-of-the-art, LEED-Gold-Certified commercial tower owned by SJP Properties in partnership with PGIM and Norges Bank.
Two key executives have announced their departure from Compass in a statement released last Friday. The longtime chief technology office, Liming Zhao, and the chief financial officer, Craig Anderson, who had only been with the $2 billion startup for seven months, are both leaving.
Sitting just outside of East Hampton village sits 61 Spring Close Highway, a newly listed contemporary owned by architects Doug Thompson and Phillip Smith asking $2.35 million. The hideaway was once a tractor barn built in the 1920's before being completely rebuilt in 2016 complete with charcoal stained cedar siding, mahogany trim, and cedar shutters.
The infamous San Remo co-op on Central Park's Upper West Side has a new full-floor spread with panoramic Central Park views now listed for $17.5 million. The co-op was previously owned by Gordon McLeod, who is a former head of Dow Jones's digital Publications and is currently owned by investment banker Lawrence Slaughter, which he purchased for $13.5 million in 2012.