The four-unit, boutique condominium building at 61 Fifth Avenue is back on the market after a shaky start last year. Work stalled on the 10-story development after a construction accident in 2011, and sales launched quietly in July of 2013. The listings were pulled off the market in January after several months of inactivity. For its 2014 debut, the façade of the Alta-Indelman-designed, LEED-certified building will be turning dark grey from its original light tan. Two months after sales re-launched in May, one unit, a 4,326-square-foot three-bedroom duplex, was already spoken for. On the market as of press time was another four-bedroom duplex for about $12.995 million, and the 5,924-square-foot, four-bedroom triplex penthouse asking almost $30 million. Building amenities include 24-hour doorman service and access to a private, key-locked elevator off the lobby. Contact 212-727-6158.
|NAME||61 Fifth Avenue||PRICE RANGE||From $12,995,000 to $29,995,000|
|ADDRESS||61 Fifth Avenue||SIZE RANGE||From 4,326 Sq Ft to 5,924 Sq Ft|
|TOTAL UNITS||4||TAX ABATEMENT||No|
|DEVELOPER||Marek Kiyashka||AVG COMMON CHARGE||$1.72/sf|
|BROKER||Douglas Elliman||FINISHED BY||Completed|