Development updates

Jul.July 01, 2012 07:00 AM

Leasing update


220 Water Street
The five-story, 134-unit rental tower is 70 percent leased. Developed by GDC Properties, the remaining units are a mix of studios and one- and two-bedroom residences. Monthly rents range from $3,450 to $5,975. Building amenities include concierge service, a roof deck and residents’ lounge. Contact:

Sales update


Chelsea Green
151 West 21st Street
Alfa Development’s 51-unit condominium is now 50 percent sold. The remaining units include one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as a four-bedroom penthouse with a private roof terrace. Units are sized from 640 to 3,110 square feet, and prices range from $995,000 for one-bedrooms to $8.38 million for the penthouse. Corcoran Group Marketing is the agent. Contact:


5th on the Park
1485 Fifth Avenue
The 158-unit condominium, developed by 5th on the Park Condo LLC, is now 85 percent sold. Remaining units in the 28-story building include studios and two- and three-bedroom apartments, ranging in size from 768 to 2,386 square feet. Prices range from $429,000 to $1.73 million. Building amenities include a gym, indoor pool, residents’ lounge and 24-hour concierge. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact:

The Park Lane Condominium
118 West 112th Street
The 24-unit condominium is now 70 percent sold. Remaining units include one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments sized from 576 to 1,037 square feet. Prices start at $325,000. Building amenities include a fitness room, furnished patio garden and children’s playroom. The developer is 116–118 West 112th Street Associates LLC. Warburg Realty is the agent. Contact:

Long Island City

L Haus
11-02 49th Avenue
The 122-unit condominium has hit the 90 percent sold mark, with just 14 units remaining. Available apartments include two- and three-bedroom units, with prices starting at $820,000. Sizes range from 1,198 to 1,832 square feet. Amenities in the Stahl Organization–developed project include a media room and yoga room. Modern Spaces is the agent. Contact:

Midtown South

400 Fifth Avenue
The 167-unit condominium is now 60 percent sold. The Bizzi & Partners–developed, 60-story tower offers one- to six-bedroom residences. Available homes range from 776 to 6,883 square feet. Prices start at $1.48 million. Amenities include home catering, valet parking and housekeeping. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the agent. Contact:

Union Square

123 Third Avenue
The 48-unit condominium is now 95 percent sold, with just two homes remaining. A three-bedroom, 2,123-square-foot penthouse is priced at $3.78 million, while a 2,334-square-foot duplex penthouse is listed at $4.53 million. Amenities include a fitness center and doorman. Orange Management and F&T Group are the developers. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the agent. Contact:

Upper East Side

The Laurel
400 East 67th Street
With 19 homes remaining, the 128-unit condominium is now 85 percent sold. Available units in the building include studios, starting at 635 square feet, and two- and three-bedrooms, starting at 1,773 square feet. Prices start at $850,000. Amenities include a triathlon training center, pool, game room and private function room with a catering kitchen. Alexico Group is the developer. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the agent. Contact:

Upper West Side

230 West 78th Street
The 33-unit condominium is now sold out, with all of its units in contract. Building amenities include a roof deck, fitness center, children’s playroom and 24-hour attended lobby. Urban Residential is the developer. Town Residential is the agent. Contact:

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