The Dillon in Hell’s Kitchen sells out

TRD New York /
Apr.April 15, 2013 02:00 PM

The Dillon condominium in Hell’s Kitchen is now fully sold out, according to an announcement today from Brown Harris Stevens, the building’s marketing agents. The seven-story, 83-unit building at 425 West 53rd Street was developed by SDS Procida Development Group and designed by Smith-Miller and Hawkinson Architects. 

In April 2012, Brown Harris Stevens took over marketing from the Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. At the time, 28 units were still available.

“Sponsorship could not be more delighted with the results achieved by the Brown Harris Stevens team,” said Louis Greco, manager of SDS Procida. “They achieved a significant increase in the price per square foot and [a] sell-out in record time.”

Building amenities include a residential lounge and bar for entertaining, wireless Internet, bicycle storage, parking, a children’s playroom, a garden and a fitness center. –Hiten Samtani

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