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  • Staten Island’s most active developers

    September 15, 2015 10:15AM
    From left: Arker Companies 67-unit housing project for seniors at 533 Bay Street and Ironstate's David Barry

    From left: Arker Companies’ 67-unit housing project for seniors at 533 Bay Street and Ironstate’s David Barry

    From the September issue: For decades, Staten Island development was a largely local affair.

    While the borough’s population has exploded in the 50-plus years since the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge opened and connected the island to Brooklyn, most of the building has been done by small community-based developers. And those developers have mainly built suburban-style, single-family homes, especially in the southern two-thirds of the island. [more]

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    The model unit at 10 Bond Street (Photo courtesy of 10 Bond)

    Take a peek inside Anabelle Selldorf’s latest design. More photos after the jump.

  • Rendering of 301 East 50th Street

    Rendering of 301 East 50th Street

    Updated, 8:51 a.m., Feb. 26: CBSK Ironstate’s 29-story condominium at 301 East 50th Street is now more than 50 percent sold, the developer told The Real Deal. A penthouse atop the building hits the market today, asking $10.25 million. [more]

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    From left: Ted Kokkoris, Jonathan Kushner and Eric Benaim

    Jonathan Kushner’s Kushner Real Estate Group and Ironstate Development jointly acquired a minority equity stake in brokerage Modern Spaces. The buyers did not disclose the amount paid for the holding.

    The Queens-based residential brokerage led by Eric Benaim and Ted Kokkoris has been planning an expansion that includes a Jersey City push. Kushner and Ironstate could hire Modern Spaces to lease or sell new development projects in New Jersey, but no arrangement has been made yet, Crain’s reported. [more]

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    Rendering of 626 Driggs Avenue (Inset: Peter Braus)

    The owners of the upcoming Pod Hotel in Williamsburg are seeking tenants for a 12,800-square-foot ground-floor retail space, according to a spokesperson for commercial brokerage Lee & Associates. [more]

  • Rendering of 18 Park exterior

    Rendering of 18 Park exterior

    Kushner Real Estate Group and Ironstate Development Company’s 422-unit downtown Jersey City rental building is now leasing. [more]

  • Is Staten Island the next Brooklyn?

    April 24, 2014 05:25PM
    Rendering of Ironstate Development's URL Staten Island project

    Rendering of Ironstate Development’s URL Staten Island project

    With young people increasingly priced out of Manhattan and pushed to the outer boroughs, New Jersey-based Ironstate Development hopes to cash in with its $150 million Urban Ready Living project slated for the North Shore of Staten Island. [more]

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    Rendering of Urban Ready Living project in Staten Island’s Stapleton neighborhood

    Ironstate Development has revealed renderings for a 900-unit rental community to be built on the site of a former naval base in Staten Island’s Stapleton neighborhood. [more]

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    Ironstate’s David Barry and 235 Grand Street

    Hoboken, N.J.-based Ironstate Development revealed renderings for its plan to build a 45-story rental tower on the site of a repurposed coal bunker in Downtown Jersey City.

    The 670-unit building at 235 Grand Street, near Marin Boulevard, will be part of the Liberty Harbor North development. Construction is expected to start in June, with plans to open sometime next year. HLW International is serving as the architect. [more]

  • From left: the new rendering of 200 East 39th Street and a previous rendering

    From left: the new rendering of 200 East 39th Street and a previous rendering

    WEEKENDEDITION A new mixed-use retail and rental building that is slated to rise in Murray Hill has finally unveiled a detailed rendering that shows the Rawlings Architects-designed building from a different angle.  [more]

  • Sales kick off at new Reade Street condo

    January 30, 2014 09:00AM
    Exterior and interior shots of Reade Chambers at 71 Reade Street

    Exterior and interior shots of Reade Chambers at 71 Reade Street

    Sales launched today at Reade Chambers, a new 17-unit boutique condominium at 71 Reade Street in Tribeca, the sponsors told The Real Deal. Four units at the building are being offered for sale so far, including a four-bedroom spread asking $5.63 million and a one-bedroom unit with a price tag of $1.7 million. [more]

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  • URL Harborside

    URL Harborside

    A trio of zig-zagging apartment towers will soon shift the New Jersey skyline. The first, a 69-story building that upon completion will be the highest in New Jersey, broke ground today.

    The Jersey City project, dubbed URL Harborside, is being developed by the Mack-Cali Realty Corporation in partnership with Ironstate Development Company. Designed by the Dutch firm Concrete, the towers will resemble stacked blue boxes and will feature a number of flood-proofing features. [more]

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  • ironstate

    221 West 29th Street and Ironstate’s David Barry

    Hoboken, N.J.-based Ironstate Development plans to build a 15-story apartment complex in Chelsea.

    Architecture firm Goldstein, Hill & West is designing the 152-foot-tall building at 221 West 29th Street — currently a parking lot. There will be 67 units, according to the plan exam application submitted yesterday.  [more]

  • From left: Jackie Urgo and 211 East 13th Street

    From left: Jackie Urgo and 211 East 13th Street

    The East Village’s Jefferson condominiums are 100 percent in contract. [more]

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    Reade Chambers at 71 Reade Street

    Reade Chambers, a new six-story Tribeca condominium building developed by a partnership between SK Development and Ironstate Development, will have 17 units, three of them penthouses, according to a spokesperson for the developers. [more]

  • Meet the landlord: David Barry

    July 26, 2013 10:30AM

    David Barry
    From the July issue: This month, The Real Deal chatted with David Barry, the president and CEO of Ironstate Development. The company, which primarily focuses on New Jersey, owns 40 properties, of which about 80 percent are rental and the remainder hotels. Barry, who’s developing a 900-unit rental build at the former Navy Homeport site on Staten Island, talks about the challenges of being a landlord in the New York City area, how the recession impacted business and how he took development in a new direction when he started out. [more]

  • Ironstate Development President David Barry and a rendering of the Homeport development

    Ironstate Development President David Barry and a rendering of the Homeport development

    City officials will break ground today on a $150 million project to redevelop a former naval base in Staten Island, Crain’s reported. New Jersey-based Ironstate Development will build the mixed-use project, which will consist of 900 market-rate apartments, 30,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 600 parking spaces. [more]

  • A rendering of the Jefferson

    A rendering of the Jefferson

    Ever heard of the “Northwest East Village”? This is the name the developers of the Jefferson condominium, in what the rest of us call simply the East Village, have half-jokingly applied to the area where their project lies. The region, between Avenue A and Third Avenue and East 11th to East 14th streets, is referred to with the multisyllabic moniker perhaps to draw more attention to the project and breathe fresh life into the gentrification-shy area, the New York Times reported. [more]

  • From left: Michael Barry, 87 Chambers Street and Charles Blaichman

    Updated, 3:39 p.m., May 24: Charles Blaichman’s CB Developers has sold a Tribeca development site to Hoboken, N.J.-based Applied Development Company for $23.2 million, mere months after paying Fishman Holdings $22 million for the plot, city records filed today show. [more]

  • A rendering of the ferris wheel in Staten Island

    Private investors will spend nearly $1 billion over the next decade into transforming Staten Island’s North Shore from a sleepy outpost into a bustling urban center, the New York Times reported. Among the projects in the pipeline are the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, an outlet mall and a 200-room hotel. A major residential complex by Ironstate Development is set to break ground in June in the Stapleton neighborhood near the Staten Island Ferry terminal.  [more]

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