One Vandam at 180 Avenue of Americas

New York /
Jul.July 10, 2014 11:24 AM
With One Vandam, the famously low-rise Soho neighborhood is getting a sleek 14-story glass-and-limestone residence. Initially, some area residents opposed the development, which purchased air rights for $4 million from God’s Love We Deliver; that non-profit is reportedly using the funds to build a new facility next door. The condo building at 180 Avenue of the Americas was developed by Quinlan Development Group and Tavros Development Partners, and is home to 25 one- to five- bedroom units. Sales launched in October 2013, and as of press time 14 apartments were in contract. The still-available units, as of early July, ranged from a 2,221-square-foot, three-bedroom apartment for $6.2 million to a 5,286-square-foot, four-bedroom penthouse for $28 million. The BKSK Architects-designed building has a landscaped outdoor terrace, a fitness center and a lounge with a catering kitchen. Contact www.onevandam.com or 212-804-8862.
NAMEOne VandamPRICE RANGEFrom $6,200,000 to $28,000,000
ADDRESS180 Avenue of the AmericasSIZE RANGEFrom 2,221 Sq Ft to 5,286 Sq Ft
TYPENew buildingAVG PPSF$3,793
TOTAL UNITS25TAX ABATEMENTNo
DEVELOPERQuinlan Development Group, Tavros DevelopmentAVG COMMON CHARGE$1.45/sf
BROKERStribling Marketing AssociatesFINISHED BY2015
Source: Streeteasy, BuzzBuzzHome, TRD, news reports. Data as of early July. List primarily includes Manhattan condo projects that have started sales since Jan. 1, 2010 that have units on market. Projects that started sales since Jan. 1, 2010 that subsequently sold out, have all units in contract or don’t currently have any listings on the market were excluded in most cases. “Price range,” “Size range,” “Avg PPSF (Price Per Square Foot)” and “Common Charge” refer to units currently for sale.
 

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