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.
Located at 595 West End Avenue, a boutique pre-war condominium, is the meticulously renovated 6,500 SF duplex which could be yours for a cool $9,500,000. The residence is spread over 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms and overlooks the quiet, residential, tree-lined West End Avenue.
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.
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.
Designer Stephen Sills along with GTIS Development have revealed a completed model residence at 101 West 78th Street, offering a peek at what it's like to live inside the striking historic building that has been transformed into elegant contemporary condos. 101 West 78th Street is now 50% sold, including the penthouse, and buyers are moving in.
Waterline Square, the three-tower residential mega-development designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, Rafael Viñoly Architects, and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) and being developed by GID Development Group, has been recognized as the city’s fastest-selling new development by dollar volume and by the number of units sold in 2017.
After Bruce Willis listed his Upper West Side co-op residence at 271 Central Park West for $17,750,000, the property is already under contract in just over a week. The duplex features 6 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and one half-bath, spread over 6,000 SF of living space and 150' of frontage on Central Park.
Alchemy Properties has officially launched the website for their newest Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed residential condominium, Two Fifty West 81ST complete with an array of brand new renderings. The renderings showcase a the lavish lobby and common spaces, luxurious residences and the robust amenities package.
360 Central Park West, a storied residential building in Manhattan’s Upper West Side neighborhood with ties to Old New York grandeur has commenced closings and will begin welcoming its first residents in the coming days.
The Upper West Side continues to be a hotspot for new development as SJP Properties has revealed new renderings of the Elkus Manfredi-designed 200 Amsterdam Avenue. The art deco-inspired tower will rise 55-stories, 669', and will be located at 200 Amsterdam Avenue.
Waterline Square, the multibillion-dollar mega-development by GID Development Group on the Upper West Side, has officially topped out. The mega-project is located on one of the last remaining waterfront sites in Manhattan between West 59th Street and West 61st Street on the Hudson River and is a 3-tower mega-development designed by Richard Meier, Rafael Viñoly, and KPF.
Extell has unveiled their Snøhetta-designed 50 West 66th Street, soon the become the tallest tower on the Upper West Side. The tower which will be located at 200 Amsterdam Avenue will rise 775' and feature 127-condo residences. Extell has not yet filed plans for the development with the city and they reportedly closed on the final parcel of the assemblage in late-November.
250 West 81st Street has revealed the first full exterior rendering (below) of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Upper West Side condo. Construction is approaching the halfway mark and with the teams completing one floor per week. 250 West 81st Street will rise 18-stories and features 31-luxury condos encased in a brick and limestone facade.
When it comes to separating a project from the competition there can never be any shortage of creativity. On Monday, November 6th, more than 75 guests gathered at the Waterline Square Sales Gallery to launch the third annual CS Talks, Corcoran Sunshine's eight-day industry event series, with an exclusive event hosted by famed food and hospitality group, The Cipriani Family, and project developer, GID Development Group.
250 West 81st Street has revealed new interior renderings at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Upper West Side condo. 250 West 81st Street will rise 18-stories and features 31-luxury condos encased in a brick and limestone facade. Units will start at $3.7 million for a 2-bedroom condo and range up to $15.75 million for the 5-bedroom penthouse.
Waterline Square, the multibillion-dollar mega-development by GID Development Group that features 3 towers designed by Richard Meier (One Waterline Square), Rafael Viñoly (Three Waterline Square), and Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF)(Two Waterline Square), has just unveiled their new private tower amenities.