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100 East 53rd Street, developed by art collector and real estate developer Aby Rosen and designed top-to-bottom by Foster + Partners, is nearing completion as construction teams are putting the final finishing touches as the lobby and all of the amenities are totally complete with move-ins slated to start in December.Read More
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There is a new listing to hit the market in the Soo K. Chan of SCDA-designed Five One Five, Hudson Yards’ newest luxury condominium building. Residence 5N is a two-bedroom, three-bathroom unit is spread over 2,133 SF.Read More
Tamarkin Co. has unveiled a brand-new model residence by star designer Charlie Ferrer of FERRER at 555 West End Avenue, the historic private school which has been converted into 13 luxe, highly-detailed condos.Read More
20 East End Avenue, the boutique amenity-rich condominium designed inside and out by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, has revealed its one-and-only maisonette residences. The residence offers the experience of living in a private home on the Upper East Side within a full-service luxury building.Read More
Macklowe Properties is nearing the completion of construction on 200 East 59th Street, a 35-story residential condominium that continues the development company’s tradition of pushing the boundaries of classic modernism; an elegant follow-up to Macklowe’s 432 Park Avenue, the Western Hemisphere’s tallest residential tower.Read More
A triplex penthouse at Madison Square Park Tower, the tallest residential building between Midtown and Lower Manhattan, is about to hit the market for $77.7 million, making it one of the largest available homes in downtown history.Read More
A mansion in the sky penthouse has just hit the market at Central Park South’s Southmoor House, located 230 Central Park South. The home has been featured in over 25 movies and television shows, everyone from Ricky Martin to Martin Scorsese to Steven Spielberg to Sarah Jessica Parker has worked in the incredible residence.Read More
Nationally acclaimed real estate development firm Extell Development Company has announced the launch of sales at the highly-anticipated Central Park Tower which will soon be the tallest residential building in the world.Read More
The penthouse at Quay Tower, new high-design condominium on the Brooklyn Heights waterfront, has just gone into contract for over $20 million, shattering the previous record of $16.645 million for Matt Damon’s Brooklyn Heights condo at the Standish.Read More
Extell Development Company announced today the debut of 1010 Park Avenue, its exclusive Upper East Side boutique condominium development. Located on Manhattan’s prestigious Park Avenue between 84th and 85th Streets, the building offers 11 expansive, full-floor and duplex residences and a suite of luxurious amenities.Read More
In a neighborhood where the majority of townhouses $10 million and under are in major need of a revamp, 39 Barrow Street gives buyers an opportunity to own a stunning turn-key townhouse in the West Village for $7,775,000.Read More
Tamarkin Co., in partnership with CL Investment Group, has officially launched sales at 555 West End Avenue, on the Upper West Side. 555 West End Avenue is converted from a landmarked private school with a striking, brick and limestone façade, featuring 13 one-of-a-kind contemporary residences.Read More
One of the oldest townhomes in Brooklyn, located at 59 Middagh Street, is coming to market for $11.5 million after an extensive renovation. Developers Jennifer Robertson and Brenda Walker, founders of 522 Commercial Real Estate, spearheaded the project. Together they both boast over 40 years of expertise in all aspects of commercial real estate and capital markets.
Located a five minute subway ride from Wall Street, the 29-foot wide, 6,300-square-foot, fully renovated and modernized townhouse offers six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and three powder rooms, as well as breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline from one of the most historic neighborhoods in the United States, Brooklyn Heights.
The property is within walking distance of the beloved local Promenade, Cadman Plaza Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park and Walt Whitman Park – providing an abundance of green space for a new homeowner. 59 Middagh Street underwent a meticulous gut renovation and expansion by Alan Berman, AIA, in conjunction with Dutchman Contracting, on behalf of 522 Commercial Real Estate. The parlor floor of the house has been designed as fluid space without walls, with the living room in the front, dining room in the middle, and the kitchen at the back of the house. The kitchen opens up to a deck with stairs that lead down to a large 1,035-square-foot private garden.
According to Clay Lancaster, a 20th century authority on American architecture, 59 Middagh St. was originally a farmhouse built in 1832 for William Rog, a professor of Hebrew. The property was also owned by two famous New York dynasties in the 19th century: the influential Middaghs – the pre-revolutionary clan who gave the street its name, and the Hicks – Long Island royalty whose roots in New York go back to the 1600s.
A fully equipped gym and sauna, along with functioning bar area, occupy the basement floor. The second floor features the master bedroom suite, which spans the width of the house, a large dressing room, a master bathroom with dual vanities, and a separate bathroom. The third floor offers three bedrooms, each featuring built-in closets and bathrooms, as well as a large laundry room. Crowning the house on the fourth floor is an impressively designed sunroom with terraces at either end, and a wet bar for entertaining. An elevator runs throughout the property, enabling easy access to all floors.
Ravi Kantha and Matthew Lesser, of the luxury real estate and townhouse specialist Leslie J. Garfield, are representing the palatial, historic property.
Article by: Katya Demina
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