Development updates

Nov.November 01, 2013 07:00 AM
From left: the Carlton House and Renwick Modern

From left: the Carlton House and Renwick Modern

Sales updates

Cobble Hill
The Townhouses of Cobble Hill, 118 Congress Street

Two of the nine townhouses, developed by JMH Development and Madison Estates & Properties, have been sold. The remaining three-, four- and five-bedroom homes range in size from 3,318 to 4,122 square feet and in price from $3.65 million to over $4 million. Amenities include gas fireplaces, roof terraces, private gardens and steam showers. Contact: www.thetownhousesofcobblehill.com.

Gramercy Park
160 East 22nd Street

The 21-story, 81-unit condominium project, developed by Toll Brothers City Living, is 70 percent sold. The studio to three-bedroom units range in size from 550 to 1,535 square feet and in price from $986,990 to $5 million. Building amenities include a children’s playroom, doorman, fitness center and roof deck. Contact: www.160E22.com.

Lenox Hill
The Carlton House, 21 East 61st Street

The 69-unit condominium, developed by Extell Development and Angelo, Gordon & Co., is now 60 percent sold. The building’s two- to six-bedroom apartments range in size from 1,428 to 5,000 square feet, with a duplex penthouse measuring 9,000 square feet. Prices range from $4.55 million to $65 million. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, concierge, fitness center with indoor pool, game room, bicycle storage, and refrigerated lobby storage. Contact: www.thecarltonhouse.com.

Soho
Renwick Modern, 22 Renwick Street

The 12-story, 18-unit condominium is now 80 percent sold. The project was developed by DelShah Capital and On the Level Enterprises, and designed by Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects. Remaining units range in size from 1,388 to 2,702 square feet, and in price from $2.59 to $6.5 million. Amenities include a doorman, bicycle storage and in-unit washer/dryers. Brown Harris Stevens Select is the listing agent. Contact: www.renwickmodern.com.

Turtle Bay
50 United Nations Plaza

Sales have launched at the 88-unit condominium, developed by Zeckendorf Development and Global Holdings. Designed by Foster+Partners, the residences range in size from 1,147-square-foot one-bedroom units to five-bedroom, 5,893-square-foot penthouses. A triplex penthouse measures 15,597 square feet. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, concierge, garden and residents-only garage. Contact: www.50unp.com.

Tribeca
Franklin Place, 5 Franklin Place

The 20-story, 53-unit condominium residence, developed by the El Ad Group, is now 95 percent sold. The remaining three- and four-bedroom apartments range in size from 1,967 to 2,924 square feet and in price from $3.5 to $7.5 million. Building amenities include a 24-hour concierge, roof deck with pool, fitness center, children’s playroom and on-site parking. Cantor Pecorella is the listing agent. Contact: www.tribecafranklinpl.com.

Upper East Side
230 East 63rd Street

Sales have launched at the six-unit boutique condominium, developed by 230 East 63rd Street Associates. The project’s two-bedroom units range in size from 1,743 to 2,343 square feet and in price from $3.14 to $4.01 million. Amenities include gas and wood-burning fireplaces, radiant heating, in-unit washer/dryer units and a fitness center. Warburg Realty is the agent. Contact: www.warburgrealty.com.

The Charles
1355 First Avenue

The 32-story, 27-unit condominium, developed by Bluerock Real Estate, launched sales last month. The full-floor residences range in size from 3,135 to 3,637 square feet, and in price from $5.82 to $10.81 million. The 4,541-square-foot duplex penthouse unit is listed at $16.5 million. Building amenities include a residents’ lounge, private storage, fitness center, children’s playroom, 24-hour doorman and concierge. Town New Development Marketing and Sales is the listing agent. Contact: www.charlesnyc.com.


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