Douglas Elliman Development Marketing announced that Raphael De Niro and Maggie Leigh Marshall, one of the brokerage’s top teams, will now be handling the exclusive sales and marketing for The Fitzroy. The Fitzroy will rise 10-stories and feature 14 condominium units located at 514 West 24th Street alongside the High Line. The project is being developed by JDS Development Group with Largo Investments and is ground-up designed inside and out by Roman and Williams.
“We are excited to continue working with JDS and Largo Investments on such an iconic property,” said Susan de França, President and CEO, Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. “The location, combined with Roman and William’s striking, high quality design and our powerful team will ensure that the Fitzroy is a continued success.”
“I am thrilled to be part of a project in such a burgeoning neighborhood where Manhattan’s culture comes together in one prime location, such as the High Line, which has become a new epicenter,” said Raphael De Niro of Douglas Elliman’s The De Niro Team.
“It is an honor to be part of a project by a design duo I love, backed by a development team that is eponymous with New York residential luxury and architecture,” added Maggie Leigh Marshall, of The De Niro Team, one of the top teams at Douglas Elliman.
The Fitzroy will feature an iconic custom green terracotta-façade, manufactured in upstate New York, with oversized custom Italian copper-clad oak double-pane windows. Units feature 11' ceilings, custom Roman and Williams-designed Smallbone of Devizes kitchens, and chevron hardwood oak floors throughout. The kitchens feature black enameled Lacanche range with brass dials, Waterworks R.W. Atlas hardware in carbon and copper finishes, with Fiore de Pesco marble countertops. Residences range from 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathroom layouts and ranges up to 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathroom layouts. The building will feature 10 half- and 4 full-floor residences, all featuring northern and southern exposures. Pricing starts at $5.6 million and ranges up to $24 million. Amenities include a La Palestra-designed fitness center, wine cellar, customizable oversized storage units, and a 24-hour attended lobby. Occupancy is expected Summer 2018.