Sales to launch at long-delayed 15 Renwick in September

31-unit luxury building features apartments from $2M to $10.5M

New York /
Jul.July 24, 2014 12:10 PM

Following a stall in work during the recession and a change of hands, sales are expected to launch at the condo project at 15 Renwick in September.

Residential brokerage Core will market the apartment, as The Real Deal previously reported. The 11-story, Eran Chen-designed building is slated for completion next year and will feature 24 luxury condos, four duplex apartments and three townhouses, according to the New York Observer.

Prices for two- and three-bedroom units range from about $2 million to $5 million, according to the news site. Core will market townhouses at $3.9 million to $7.5 million. The penthouse duplexes are priced between $7.85 million and $10.5 million.

Design features include windows with wood trim and aluminum casings, stainless steel countertops and herringbone-pattern marble tiles in the bathroom, the Observer reported.

Izaki Group Investments secured development rights for the site following a foreclosure auction in 2012, The Real Deal previously reported. The original developer was Harch Group founder Harry Jeremias. [NYO] — Tom DiChristopher


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