Development updates

Nov.November 03, 2012 07:00 AM


East Village
211 East 13th Street

Construction has started on the 83-unit, eight-story residential condo conversion. The development will offer one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 500 square feet to 1,880 square feet. Amenities will include a 24-hour attended lobby, residents’ and business lounges, a fitness room and a library. The developers are Ironstate Development Company, Abe Shnay, Scott Shnay and Charles Blaichman. The Marketing Directors is the agent. Contact: www


Fieldston Lofts
3751 Riverdale Avenue

Construction is complete at the new 10-unit condominium and a certificate of occupancy is now in place, with move-ins slated to begin by the end of 2012. Available apartments in the seven-story building include three- and four-bedroom homes ranging in size from 1,849 to 2,164 square feet and priced from $899,000 to $1.059 million. Amenities include on-site indoor parking, private storage units, a common roof deck and a virtual doorman. The developer is Builders New York Holdings IV LLC. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact:


487 Keap Street

Construction is underway at the 51-unit rental building, an adaptive reuse of an abandoned factory building by Design AIDD Architects. The Chetrit Group is the developer. Construction is slated to finish in early 2013. The six-story building will offer studios sized from 500 square feet, one-bedrooms starting at 795 square feet and two-bedrooms starting at 944 square feet. Amenities will include a landscaped roof terrace, fitness center, tenant storage bins, bicycle storage room and 36 on-site parking spaces. is the agent. Contact:



Long Island City

4615 Center Boulevard

The 367-unit rental building is now fully leased, after starting rentals in March. One of six buildings at TF Cornerstone’s East Coast project, the 41-story building is comprised of studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments ranging in size from 515 to 1,295 square feet. Monthly rents start at $2,265 for studios, $2,730 for one-bedrooms and $3,620 for two-bedrooms. Contact: www


2280 FDB
2280 Frederick Douglass Boulevard

The 89-unit condominium is now 90 percent sold. Remaining homes at the 12-story development include two- and three-bedroom units as well as two penthouses with private outdoor spaces. Pricing begins at $1.12 million. Amenities include a roof deck with fireplace and children’s play area, 24-hour doorman services, on-site parking, outdoor recreation space and a garden terrace. RGS Holdings is the developer. MNS is the agent. Contact:

Long Island City

The Industry LIC
21-45 44th Drive
The 75-unit condominium is now sold out. Developed by brothers Alan Suna and Stuart Match Suna, the building has a mix of studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Amenities include a rooftop terrace, courtyard, fitness center and an attended lobby. Modern Spaces is the agent. Contact:

Upper East Side

200 East 79th Street
Sales have launched at Skyline Developers’ 39-unit condominium. Designed by the architecture and interior design firm CetraRuddy, units at the 19-story project range from 1,920-square-foot three-bedrooms to 5,100-square-foot five-bedroom penthouses. Homes range in price from just under $3 million to over $14 million. Amenities include a fitness center and residents’ lounge. Occupancy is slated for the third quarter of 2013. Stribling Marketing Associates is the agent. Contact:

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