HFZ’s Tribeca condo conversion to launch sales

Douglas Elliman handling listings; units start at $4.5 million

TRD New York /
Apr.April 14, 2014 06:29 PM

The teaser website is now live for HFZ Capital’s office-turned-condo in Tribeca, revealing a new rendering and pricing for the building’s 27 new homes.

Melanie Lazenby, Dina Lewis, Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of Douglas Elliman Development Marketing will handle sales at 11 Beach Street, which includes three- to -five- bedrooms, some townhouses and a couple of penthouses with prices starting at $4.5 million, Curbed reported.

The prices of the penthouses have not yet been confirmed, according to a representative.

All units are being designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, the same architect for 505 West 19th Street, the post said. Residents, who will begin move-ins at the start of 2016, will have access to a gym, Roof Terrace and a children’s playroom.

HFZ Capital tapped Douglas Elliman for the property in 2012, after acquiring the 122,000-square-foot building at Varick Street, as previously reported[Curbed] — Angela Hunt

Correction: A previously published version of this article listed the price of the penthouse. The price has not yet been confirmed. 


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