The Hudson Yards neighborhood has officially opened to the public, marking a historic moment for New York City. The mega-development has already contributed more than $10 billion to New York City’s GDP through construction. Hudson Yards developers Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group were joined by U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, Congressman Adriano Espaillat, Congressman Jerrold Nadler, ctnd.Read More
Excavation is underway on The Chamberlain, a 17-story, 39-unit residential project on the Upper West Side under development by Simon Baron Development and Quadrum Global. Located at 269 West 87th Street, The Chamberlain will rise 215 feet and be designed by FXFOWLE Architects with interior design by Champalimaud Design. The project features apartment units ranging from 2 to 5 bedrooms and townhouse units ranging from 4 to 5 bedroom duplex layouts along with 3 terraced penthouses. Amenities include 24-hour staff and concierge, library lounge, garden courtyard, fitness center and a sports court with basketball and rock climbing. Delivery of The Chamberlain is expected in 2018.
The Getty, the High Line's new condo building located at 239 Tenth Avenue, has released new renderings. The Getty , which is designed by Peter Marino and from developers Michael Shvo and Victor Group, is on track to be completed this summer. The project topped off in June 2016 and the installation of the modern, steel and glass facade has been in the works along with the buildings interiors.
The Getty features 6 ultra-luxury condos units which are expected to start at $15 million when they hit the market. Each will each have a unique full-floor layout and come complete with a Gaggenau appliance packages and luxurious finishes including 80 different kinds of stone, marble, and wood finishes sourced from across the world including Greece, Pakistan, India and Uganda. The standard layout will be a 3,300 SF single-floor residence. The building will also feature a 6,400 SF duplex penthouse that is expected to list for near $50 million that comes complete with a private pool and rooftop terrace with over 3,000 SF of outdoor space. Pricing is starting close to $4,500 and will range up. Condos will start on the building’s 5th floor, with the first few floors of the project featuring a museum dedicated to the $800 million private collection of J. Tomilson Hill, a vice chairman of banking firm the Blackstone Group. The Getty is among the most expensive buildings on the West Side and features a $140 million sell-out.
The Rockwell Group and Diller Scofidio + Renfro designed 15 Hudson Yards from developers Related Companies and Oxford Property Group, features no sacrifices when it comes to luxury and an elevated living experience for residents. The developers have dedicated the 50th and 51st floors to be amenities including a 75-foot swimming pool, 3,500 SF fitness center, yoga studio, spa, sound-proof screening rooms, billiards, lounge, private dining rooms, wine storage, a golf simulator and the Atelier, a high-end co-working/ business center space. The building will also feature a High Line level lounge and a rooftop lounge with a fireplace, seating areas and dining space for 18 people. 15 Hudson Yards is the first residential building at the Hudson Yards development. The building will be an 88-story glass condo tower with units ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms and start at $3.785 million ranging up to $32 million. 15 Hudson Yards is over 25% sold with 75 of the 285 luxury residences having sold for an average price of just under $5 million.