Development updates

Oct.October 01, 2012 07:00 AM


Long Island City

East Coast

45-45 Center Boulevard

The 41-story, 820-unit rental building, the largest phase of TF Cornerstone’s East Coast development, has topped off. Units will include studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Leasing is expected to start in April 2013. Contact:




879 Dekalb Avenue

Leasing has launched at the 20-unit building, a converted 19th-century townhouse. Rent for the available three-bedroom units, which range in size from 850 to 1,000 square feet, starts at $1,800 per month. Breukelen Properties is the developer. is the agent. Contact:


East Village

Arabella 101

101 Avenue D

The 78-unit rental building is now 50 percent leased. Available apartments in the 12-story building include studios and one-bedrooms ranging in size from 448 to 595 square feet. Studio rents start at $2,400 per month, with one-bedrooms starting at $2,950 per month. Amenities include a virtual doorman, gym and roof deck. The Dermot Company is the developer. Contact:



Battery Park

1 Rector Park

333 Rector Place

The 174-unit condominium is now 80 percent sold. Remaining units in the 15-story building include studio to four-bedroom apartments sized from 540 to 2,600 square feet. Prices range from $550,000 to $2.55 million. Amenities include a residents’ lounge, fitness center, bike storage and a children’s playroom. 333 Rector Park – River Rose LLC is the developer. Contact:



Chelsea Green

151 West 21st Street

Alfa Development’s 51-unit condominium is now 90 percent sold with only five units remaining. Available homes in the 14-story building range in price from $2.7 to $8.38 million and in size from 1,261 to 3,110 square feet. Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby and wellness center. Corcoran Group Marketing is the agent. Contact:



The Story House

36 East 22nd Street

The eight-unit condominium is now 75 percent sold. The two remaining units include a three-bedroom, 2,166-square-foot apartment listed at $3.995 million, and a three-bedroom, 2,217-square-foot penthouse priced at $4.75 million. Manhattan Skyline is the developer.  Amenities include a virtual doorman and concierge service. Contact:



5 West

5 West 127th Street

The six-story, 13-unit condominium is now 75 percent sold with just three apartments remaining. Available homes include one- and two-bedroom units ranging in size from 698 to 978 square feet and priced from $425,000 to $615,000. Amenities include a virtual doorman, fitness center and roof deck. Kane Ventures is the developer and Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact:


Upper East Side

Philip House

141 East 88th Street

Sales have launched at the Cheshire Group’s 79-unit condo conversion. Available units in the 11-story building range from 702-square-foot one-bedrooms to 3,795-square-foot five-bedrooms. Prices range from $850,000 to $8.14 million. Amenities include a full-time doorman, rooftop terrace, game room, music practice room, fitness center and on-site storage. Stribling Marketing Associates is the agent. Contact:



35 Havemeyer

35 Havemeyer Street

The eight-unit condominium, developed by Ray Gentile, is sold out after just five months on the market, and closings have begun. The building includes one- and two-bedroom units ranging in size from 662 to 853 square feet and priced from $325,000 to $629,000. Amenities include a furnished roof. is the agent.

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