Sales to launch at Tribeca’s Reade57 in spring

TRD New York /
Feb.February 16, 2011 01:24 PM
From left: Adriana Acedo, managing director with Brown Harris Stevens Select; Lisa Meyer, marketing director with BHS Select; John Jendras, John Jendras, vice president, the John Buck Company; John A. Buck, chairman and CEO of John Buck; Shlomi Reuveni, an executive vice president with BHS Select; and a rendering of Reade57
 

A new condominium in Tribeca, Reade57, plans to launch sales this spring, after recently topping off construction, according to developer the John Buck Company and Brown Harris Stevens Select, which is marketing the property. John Buck, a Chicago-based firm, also developed the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Reade57, a 20-story building at 57 Reade Street on the corner of Broadway, will include 84 studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, ranging in size from 713 square feet to 1,863 square feet. The condos are priced from $814,000 to $2.49 million. Reade57 is the latest in a series of new developments for SLCE Architects — the firm served as the architect of record for Robert A.M. Stern on 15 Central Park West, and designed UES condo the Azure, as well as New Jersey’s tallest rental towers, Monaco in Jersey City, which is set to debut this spring. TRD


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