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.
DDG's ultra-luxe Upper East Side condominium, 180 East 88th Street, has just listed its last remaining duplex residence, 38W, for $15 million. 38W is an expansive 4+ bedroom, 4.5-bathroom residence which spans two levels and 3,794 SF, complete with double-height ceilings, which stretch up to an unbelievable 28' 8", and impeccably designed architectural staircase.
IMC Architecture has revealed a first look at 326 Avenue U in Gravesend, Brooklyn, which is being developed by Vardo Construction Corporation. The developer filed for permits in May 2018, although none have yet been approved.
Morgan Hill Farm in Bridgehampton has sold for $14.9 million after, a discount from the $18 million list price. The contemporary estate first came on the market in March 2017 asking $21 million. Morgan Hill Farm sits on 11.54 acres with 770' of pond frontage on Kellis Pond complete with a private dock.
HFZ Capital has revealed the interiors at the Bjarke Ingels Group-Designed XI after launching sales in May. When topped out, the west tower will rise 400' and the east tower will rise 300'. Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) designed the twisting towers to rotate to maximize views from both towers.
Silverstein Properties has officially celebrated the grand opening of the Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners-designed 3 World Trade Center, the fourth tower of five planned to open in the World Trade Center at 175 Greenwich Street.
The de Blasio administration has committed $500 million to build thousands of affordable housing units for low-income seniors, in order to reduce the public housing waitlist, which currently has about 207,000 families registered.
ASH NYC, a Brooklyn based real estate development and design firm is known for transforming historic spaces into modern and trendy ones such as The Dean Hotel in Providence and The Siren in Detroit and Martin Lomazow, legacy owner of the Dannenhoffer Opalescent Glassworks factory site, have officially launched leasing at Glassworks Bushwick located at 336 Himrod Street.
Two developers, Cenpark Realty and the Brodsky Organization, have been fined a combined $90,000 by the city for claiming false vacancy in their buildings during renovation. Property owners of occupied buildings are supposed to protect residents from the ramifications of construction, like dust and noise, by submitting a tenant protection plan.
Extell's EVGB, "East Village's Greatest Building," is already reportedly 50% leased less than 45 days after launching leasing. EVGB is recognized as the most amenitized luxury rental building in the East Village and features 109 luxury rental units with pricing starting at $3,685 for lofts and range up to $12,912 for the largest 3 bedroom residences.
Brooklyn's Cobble Hill neighborhood will soon be getting a major overhaul as the former Long Island College Hospital will be replaced with a mega-project conversion being developed by Fortis Property Group.
RAL Companies and Oliver's Realty Group has launched sales at their Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6 condo project, Quay Tower. Pricing at Quay Tower starts at $1.95 million and Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling sales and marketing.
Developer KRE Group announces the launch of leasing at 485 Marin Boulevard, the newest and largest rental building in Jersey City’s Hamilton Park neighborhood. Situated in Hamilton Park, a residential destination known for its tree-lined streets and rows of historic Victorian brownstones, 485 Marin brings 397 apartments to the neighborhood.
There is a new $700 million mega-project coming to the South Bronx waterfront, Harlem River Yards. The project, headed by Related Companies in partnership with Somerset Companies and New York City Football Club, would bring New York City its first soccer specific stadium.
Kushner Companies has reportedly agreed to the purchase of the rest of 666 Fifth Avenue from Vornado Realty Trust for $120 million. Vornado will receive $58 million from the sale, although Steven Roth has said that the deal is conditional and would close in Q3 2018.
30 Park Place Four Seasons Downtown New York has revealed the highest-terraced penthouse in New York City. The 82nd floor penthouse, which is furnished by IMG, is perched 870' above the Manhattan streets and crowns the top of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed tower.
Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy has announced that in partnership with the NYC Parks Department, they will be building, operating and maintaining a permanent public pool at Squibb Park, above Pier 1 in Brooklyn Heights.
In the last few weeks since launching sales, Brooklyn Point has rolled out its new sales gallery designed by AD100 designer Katherine Newman. Newman designed the sales gallery to communicate the overall design aesthetic of the building.
27 East 79th Street has launched sales of their collection of Parisian-inspired, luxury condominium residences on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The project is being developed by Adellco and designed by Cabinet Alberto Pinto in collaboration with HTO Architects.
Hudson Companies is gearing up to launch leasing at The Clark, their new ground-up residential rental project in the Prospect Lefferts Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn. The 8-story project features 170 luxury rental apartments located at 310 Clarkson Avenue.
277 Fifth Avenue, a striking, modern tower designed by internationally-acclaimed architect Rafael Viñoly and developed by Victor Group and Lendlease, has debuted Aurora, a commissioned site-specific light art installation by renowned lighting designer Joel Fitzpatrick.
Silverback Development has launched sales at 67 Livingston, Brooklyn Height's tallest residential building. The predominately brownstone neighborhood is not known for new development, making the tower a unique product for the market.
World Wide Group and Rose Associates have revealed a new ultra-luxe penthouse at the SOM-designed 252 East 57th Street on Billionaire's Row. Listed for $29.75 million and furnished by IMG, the 6-bed, 7-bath residence occupies the entire 65th floor and has two private balconies, as well as 360 degree views of New York City,
Sharif El-Gamal's Soho Properties' 45 Park Place has hit vertical rise and will soon join the FiDi skyline when it tops out at 43-stories and 667'. The tower was designed by SOMA Architects and Ismael Leyva with interior design by the world renowned Piero Lissoni.
Madison Square Park Tower, the tallest residential building between Midtown and Lower Manhattan, has just unveiled its stunning multi-floor library, which is part of the building’s five floors of hotel-inspired amenities.
Fashion scion Massimo Ferragamo, son of Salvatore Ferragamo, has listed his duplex co-op located atop the prewar J.E.R. Carpenter-designed 655 Park Avenue for $18 million. The palatial residence has been Ferragamo's home for over 20 years.
The Lewis, a sophisticated rental with a boutique feel and luxe interiors located at 411 West 35th Street, has surpassed 70% leased since launching leasing in January 2018. The project recently announced a partnership with with notable modern furniture & home décor company Room & Board to unveil the building’s collection of terrace residences.
The Post-Office Architectes-designed 30 Warren has officially topped off in Tribeca at a height of 12-stories. A major milestone for the thoughtfully designed building, 30 Warren is introducing a modern aesthetic to the sought-after neighborhood with its custom-crafted architectural concrete facade.
One Beekman, also known as "Pearl on the Park," has revealed new renderings of the FiDi mixed-use project which marks Richard Roger's Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners first residential project in the U.S.