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TRD New York /
Oct.October 01, 2010 07:00 AM


Leasing Update



Downtown Brooklyn

The Andrea

218 Myrtle Avenue

The 95-unit, nine-story building, developed by John Catsimatidis and his Red Apple Group and designed by Dattner Architects, is fully leased. Rental units range from $1,225 per month for studios to $2,800 per month for two-bedrooms. Amenities include a fitness center, a yoga and meeting room, on-site parking and a Zen garden. The Corcoran Group was the agent.

Sales Update



Astoria

Plaza 21

23-01 21st Avenue

Nearly half of the 36 units at Shelter Rock Builders’ new condominium have been scooped up, six months after hitting the market. Residences range from 520-square-foot one-bedrooms to 1,129-square-foot two-bedrooms, some of which have private balconies. Amenities include video security, a bicycle room and a one-year complimentary membership to the Rock Health and Fitness Center. Remaining units are priced from $312,000. The Developers Group is the agent. Contact: www.plaza21condos.com.

Chelsea

456 West 19th Street

Move-ins have begun at the 22-unit, 11-story condominium by Cary Tamarkin, which is now more than 50 percent sold. Each residence offers a duplex layout, with remaining units for sale ranging in size from 1,100-square-foot one-bedrooms to 3,000-square-foot three-bedroom penthouses. Prices begin at $1.62 million, and penthouse units are priced from $6 million. The building is angling for LEED Silver certification. Stribling Marketing Associates is the agent. Contact: www.456w19.com.

Harlem

Apex

2300 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
Sales have begun at the 44-unit Apex condominium, located on the upper six floors of RCG Longview’s Starwood Aloft Hotel. Studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom units are available, with prices ranging from the mid-$300,000s to just over $1 million. Condo buyers will have access to all of the 124-room hotel’s amenities, including the bar, fitness center and on-site parking, and will also have their own private, secured entrance, elevators, storage and rooftop terrace. The Marketing Directors is the agent. Contact: www.apexcondominiums.com.

Midtown West

Griffin Court

800 10th Avenue

Last month, developer Alchemy Properties announced that it would slash prices by 15 percent for the next 15 buyers in the 95-unit condo, which has received its temporary certificate of occupancy. Construction is nearly complete, and units range in size from studios to three-bedrooms. Prices begin at $735,000 and top out at around $3.86 million. Contact: www.griffincourtcondo.com.

Tribeca

101 Warren Street

Edward Minskoff’s 35-story condo, which serves as the centerpiece of the developer’s 1 million-square-foot mixed-use complex, is sold out after four years on the market. The 227-unit building brought in $650 million in sales after closings began in December 2007. Over the past year, 19 units closed at the Skidmore, Owings and Merrill-designed building, which was marketed by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. Contact: www.101warren.com.

Union Square

123 Third Avenue

Sales have launched at the new 19-story condominium by Orange Management and the F & T Group. The building, which was designed for LEED certification, features 47 one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, as well as four penthouses. Amenities include a fitness center, landscaped garden, sun terrace and iLounge multimedia facility. Prices range from $585,000 to $4.2 million. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the agent. Contact: www.123third.com.

Compiled by Sarabeth Sanders

 

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