Meadow Partners launches sales at St. George condo building

Public sales at The Accolade kick off with about 30 percent of units already sold

TRD New York /
May.May 30, 2014 02:10 PM

Meadow Partners is launching public sales at its 100-unit condominium development on Staten Island’s St. George waterfront, the Accolade. Sales open with nearly 30 percent of condos sold during the preview period, according to a release from the developer.

The launch increases the supply of luxury residences in one of Staten Island’s most active areas for development.

Studios and homes with one, two or three bedrooms in the 10-floor property are priced at $310,000 to more than $1 million.

Among the condos that have already sold are a 2,195-square-foot home with three bedrooms and Manhattan-facing terrace. The unit sold for more than $1 million. Two duplexes also sold for $965,000 and $995,000. Marketing Directors is the exclusive selling agent for the Accolade.

Meadow Partners recently sold out the last of 57 units at the Pointe, another condo building in St. George. Meadow Partners purchased $54 million worth of notes for the Pointe and the Pearl, another Bay Street property, for $23 million in 2010. —Tom DiChristopher

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