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New Beekman Place condo revealed

Developer CBSK Ironstate now has three Manhattan residential projects in the works

CBSK Ironstate, the team behind the Jefferson condominium in the East Village, has revealed some details of its latest project, a 29-story condo tower at 301 East 50th Street. A teaser website for the development went live today.

The 57-unit condominium is slated to hit the market this spring, with prices starting at $1.5 million. A Douglas Elliman Development Marketing team led by Joan Swift and Bertrand Buchin will head up sales at the property.

The building will have a limestone façade and interiors by architecture firm COOKFOX. Units range in size from one-bedroom to four-bedroom, including two penthouses. The developers are seeking LEED Gold certification for the tower, which will be ultra-“green.”

Amenities include a fitness and wellness center with a gym, a cedar sauna, a steam room with rinse showers, a tea lounge, a treatment room and private changing rooms. All residents also have access to a landscaped terrace.

CBSK Ironstate, a partnership comprising SK Development, Ironstate Development and Charles Blaichman, has been feverishly working on condo projects in the city. The company is behind Reade Chambers, a new condo tower at 17 Reade Street in Tribeca, and 10 Bond Street in Noho.

  • Hasan

    No link to the building website?