Development updates

TRD New York /
Feb.February 01, 2012 07:00 AM

East Village
211 East 13th Street

A partnership of Ironstate Development Company, Abe and Scott Shnay, and Charles Blaichman have announced plans to build an 82-unit condominium on a now-vacant site. The eight-story building is being designed by BKSK Architects and will feature studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Amenities will include Fresh Direct storage, a fitness center, lounge and a roof-deck with an outdoor kitchen. The Marketing Directors is the agent.

The Story House
36 East 22nd Street

The eight-unit condominium has received its temporary certificate of occupancy, and closings are expected to begin this spring. Developed by Manhattan Skyline, the nine-story project offers two- and three-bedroom units, some with private outdoor terraces, ranging in size from 2,155 to 2,217 square feet. Prices start at $2.99 million. Building amenities include concierge service and Cyberdoorman security. Contact:

Downtown Brooklyn
The Addison
225 Schermerhorn Street

The 263-unit rental project is now 98 percent leased. Developed by Broadway Management, the Addison is comprised of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, with rents starting at $2,690 per month. Amenities include a fitness center, 24-hour doorman, lounge and courtyard. Citi Habitats Marketing Group is the agent. Contact:

Brooklyn Heights
Love Lane Mews
9 College Place

The 38-unit condominium is now 25 percent sold and has received its final certificate of occupancy. Available units include one to three-bedrooms and penthouses, ranging in size from 998 to 2,470 square feet . Prices start at $895,000. Building amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, concierge service, a fitness center, on-site parking and bicycle storage. Manhattan Skyline Management Company is the developer. Contact:

Griffin Court
454 West 54th Street

The 95-unit condominium is now 50 percent sold. Developed by Alchemy Properties, the eight-story project offers studio to three-bedroom units, ranging in size from 636 to 1,829 square feet and in price from $599,000 to $2.99 million. Amenities include a courtyard, fitness center, video intercom systems and 24-hour lobby attendant. Contact:

Prospect Heights
Richard Meier on Prospect Park
1 Grand Army Plaza

The Richard Meier–designed, 114-unit condominium is now 80 percent sold. Developed by SDS Procida Development Group and Gordon Group Holdings, the building’s 21 remaining units include one-, two- and three-bedrooms, as well as penthouses. Units range in size from 962 to 3,524 square feet and in price from $695,000 to $5.1 million. Building amenities include an indoor swimming pool, residents’ lounge and a rooftop sun deck. Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing is the agent. Contact:

Soho Mews
311 West Broadway

The 67-unit condominium, developed by United American Land, is now over 90 percent sold with five homes remaining. The remaining two- and three-bedroom units range in size from 1,745 to 3,184 square feet, with prices starting at $2.95 million. The final available townhouse offers a 280-square-foot courtyard terrace and private entrance. Project amenities include 24-hour attended lobby, fitness center and on-site parking. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the agent. Contact:

390 Lorimer Street

The 28-unit condominium is now 70 percent sold. The four-story project offers studios, one- and two-bedrooms ranging in size from 648 to 1,094 square feet. Prices start at $379,000. Read Property Group is the developer. is the agent. Contact:

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