Development updates

May.May 01, 2014 07:00 AM
35 West 15th Street

35 West 15th Street

Sales updates

Chelsea
35XV
35 West 15th Street

The 24-story, 55-unit residential building, developed by Alchemy Properties, and designed by FXFowle, is more than 60 percent sold. The building now has fewer than 20 three- and four-bedroom residences available. The units range in size from 2,005 to 3,831 square feet, and in price from $5.45 to $12.65 million. The building’s seventh floor is dedicated to amenities including a lounge with billiards and personal wine storage for each owner. Other amenities include a fitness center and an outdoor terrace. Douglas Elliman is the agent. Contact: www.35xv.com or call 212-244-3515.

Harlem
The Adeline
45 West 116th Street

The 83-unit, 12-story condominium building, developed by L+M Development Partners is now 65 percent sold. The building features one- to four-bedroom residences that range in size from 1,046 to 1,912 square feet. Only two-, three- and four-bedroom units remain and are available from $1.11 million. The building features a 24-hour doorman, a children’s playroom, fitness center, a resident lounge and two levels of shared outdoor space. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact: 212-486-3916.

Upper East Side
155 East 79th Street

Sales launched at the 7-unit, 14-story residential building, developed by Anbau, and designed by Andrew Sheinman of Pembrooke & Ives. The building features seven full-floor residences, including five duplex units with five bedrooms, a three-level penthouse with five bedrooms and a duplex maisonette with 4 bedrooms. The units range from 3,300 to 4,500 square feet, with pricing estimated from $8.95 million to over $18 million. Each unit features direct elevator entry, wood-burning fireplaces and custom marble flooring. The building has a 24-hour doorman, a fitness center and individual storage rooms. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the agent. Contact: www.155east79.com or 212-725-7979.

150 East 72nd Street

The 22-unit residential building, developed by Macklowe Properties, is now 80 percent sold and in contract. The building features two-, three- and four-bedroom residences. All remaining units are four-bedroom residences that range in size from 3,543 to 3,662 square feet, and range in price from $8.5 to $15.5 million. The building features a fitness center, children’s playroom and multipurpose room. Sotheby’s International Realty is the agent. Contact: www.150east72.com or 212-545-5000.

Leasing update

South Slope
Greenwood on Fourth
683 Fourth Avenue

The 16-unit rental building, developed by Ideal Properties Group, is now 90 percent leased. The building consists of studios and two-bedroom apartments that range in size from 402 to 819 square feet. Monthly rents range in price from $1,800 to $2,200 for studio residences and $3,000 to $3,400 for two-bedroom apartments. The building features an outdoor lounge, a tenant recreation room, month-to-month storage spaces and bicycle parking. Ideal Properties Group is the agent. Contact: greenwood4th.idealpropertiesgroup.com or 718-840-2757.


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