Linden78 mostly sold — again

Developers enlist interior designers Thom Filicia and Meridith Baer to help sell out A- and B-lines

TRD New York /
Apr.April 20, 2011 10:23 AM
Linden78 apartment from left: the A-line model unit by Thom Filicia and the B-line unit by Meridith Baer & Associates

Linden78, Urban Residential’s once-troubled Upper West Side condominium that relaunched sales late last year, is now 80 percent sold, according to the project’s marketing team. The long-awaited 32-unit project, at 230 West 78th Street, has been here before: Linden78 had nearly sold out in pre-sales during its first go-around on the market, but construction delays forced the developers to let buyers out of their contracts in the spring of 2009. But that threat has vanished now that the building is complete, and apartments are moving quickly. The entirety of its A- and B-lines have been snapped up, soon after the team enlisted big-name interior designers Thom Filicia and Meridith Baer & Associates to furnish those model homes. Meanwhile, the model unit for Linden78’s full-floor penthouses has just been completed and is on the market for $6.04 million. Amenities at the building include a fitness center, roof deck and children’s playroom, and prices for currently available units begin at $2.43 million, according to Streeteasy.com. TRD


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