Development updates

Sep.September 01, 2014 07:00 AM
7 Harrison Street

7 Harrison Street

Sales updates

Tribeca
7 Harrison Street

Four months after launch, two-thirds of 7 Harrison is now in contract. Developed by Matrix Development and Clarion Partners, the 12-unit building was designed by Steven Harris Architects and DXA Studios and includes three- and four-bedroom units ranging in size from 2,200 square feet to 4,200 square feet. Prices range from $4.625 million to $8.5 million. Building amenities include a full-time porter, fitness center, bike storage and private storage rooms and laundry rooms in every unit. Urban Compass is handling sales for the building. Contact: www.sevenharrison.com

Lenox Hill
230 East 63rd Street

Developed by Michael Paul Enterprises, the luxury boutique condominium is now 100 percent sold. The six-unit project contains one- and two-bedroom residences ranging from 1,734 square feet to 2,343 square feet, with prices ranging from $3.15 million to just over $4 million. Building amenities include a fitness center and storage space for each unit. Nest Seekers International was the agent.

Upper East Side
200 East 66th Street

Manhattan House has launched sales of its penthouses. Developed by O’Connor Capital Partners and designed by Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore Owings and Merrill, the 21-story building contains 500 one-to-five bedroom units. The two available penthouses are a 3,078-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom apartment priced at $11.3 million and a 4,056-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom apartment priced at $12.5 million. Building amenities include a one-acre private garden designed by Sasaki Associates, a 10,000-square-foot private rooftop club, exhale MindBody Spa and Fitness Center and a 24-hour doorman. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the agent. Contact: www.manhattanhouse.com

Chelsea
455 West 20th Street

Developed by the Brodsky Organization and designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, the Annex and the conjoined conversion of the West Building are now 100 percent sold. The 21-unit combined project is comprised of one- through five-bedroom apartments, ranging from 1,191 square feet to 3,791 square feet, with prices ranging from $2.26 million to $12.2 million. Building amenities include a fitness center, bike storage, full-time doorman and access to the Close, a block-long enclosed garden. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group was the agent. Contact: [email protected]

Leasing Updates

Downtown Brooklyn
309 Gold Street

Leasing has launched at BKLYN Air, the 255-unit residential tower developed by Lalezarian Properties and designed by Ismael Leyva Architects. The 40-story building features studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with monthly rents that range from $2,315 to $8,500. Building amenities include a two-floor fitness center, outdoor heated swimming pool, indoor valet parking garage, in-house dry cleaner and 24-hour doorman with concierge. MNS is the agent. Contact: www.bklynair.com

Upper East Side
1703-5 Second Avenue

The Residences at the Writing Room, a rental project in the building that formerly housed the iconic restaurant Elaine’s, is now 75 percent leased. Developed by Robert Skolnick of Ceruzzi Properties and designed by SBLM, the five-story rental building contains 14 one, two- and three bedroom units ranging from 550 square feet to 900 square feet and in price from $1,800 to $5,775 per month. Monthly rents for the three remaining units start at $4,000. Town Residential is the agent. Contact: www.townrealestate.com


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