Development updates

Jan.January 01, 2014 07:00 AM

Sales updates

One Morningside Park

One Morningside Park

Upper West Side
One Morningside Park
321 West 110th Street

The 54-unit condominium project developed by 110 Manhattan Equities LLC and designed by GF55 Partners topped off at 22 stories. Sales launched in the fall, and construction is slated to be completed next spring. The one-, two- and three-bedroom residences range in size from 661 to 2,144 square feet, and in price from $925,000 to over $4 million. Building amenities include a 20-year tax abatement, a fitness center, doorman, package delivery and a terrace with an outdoor kitchen. Brown Harris Steven’s SELECT is the agent. Contact: onemorningsidepark.com.

Prospect Heights
355 Saint Marks

Sales are slated to launch at the two-unit building this month. Original wood was salvaged from the 1931 building and repurposed on the sustainable site with the help of developer Greenstone. The 1,700 square-foot third-floor apartment starts at $1,725,000, and the 2,400 square-foot penthouse unit on the fourth floor starts at $2,395,000. Building amenities include Viking and Wolf appliances in both units. Sotheby’s Warren Lewis is the agent. Contact: bkgreenstone.com.

Brighton Beach
Bright n’ Green
67 Brighton First Lane

Sales have launched at the six-unit sustainable condominium building. The studio and two-bedroom apartments range in size from 405 square-feet to 1,329 square-feet and, in price from $325,000 to $850,000. Building amenities include a bicycle room with space for two bicycles per apartment; a furnished and landscaped roof deck with hot tub, barbeque and birdhouses; low-flow toilets; super-efficient induction cook-tops; light-maximizing windows; LED energy-efficient lighting in all public spaces, mechanical rooms, and commercial spaces; and a sustainable 150-foot-long fresh air and water purification and distribution system. Robert Scarano of Bright n’ Green LLC is acting as the agent. Contact: brightngreen.com.

Leasing updates

South Slope
603 Fourth

Leasing has launched for the six residential units. One-bedroom apartments range in price from $1,700 to $2,000 per month, and start at $2,800 for two-bedroom residences. Building amenities include a roof deck and private outdoor space within each unit. Ideal Properties Group is the marketing and leasing agent. Contact: 603fourth.idealpropertiesgroup.com.

Williamsburg
150 Broadway

The five-unit pre-war building developed by Greenwich Village restaurateur Vittorio Antonini has launched. The studio, one, two, and three-bedroom units range in price from $2,800 to $5,950 per month. Building amenities include in-unit washer and dryers, central heat and air conditioning, and large skylights on the site’s upper levels. Ideal Properties Group is the agent. Contact: www.150broadway.idealpropertiesgroup.com.

Williamsburg Social
250 Bedford Avenue

The 72-unit luxury residence developed by the Magnum Real Estate Group and SL Green Realty and designed by Paris Forino is now 100 percent leased. The studio, one, two, and three-bedroom units range in size from 436 square-feet to 849 square-feet and in price from $2,488 to $6,277. The building’s 7,500 square-feet of amenities space includes a resident lounge, two courtyards, two common roof decks, a concierge, a package room and onsite parking. Aptsandlofts.com is the marketing agent. Contact: aptsandlofts.com.


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