Development updates

Dec.December 01, 2014 07:00 AM
325 Lexington Avenue

325 Lexington Avenue

Sales updates

Flatiron
21 West 20th Street

Initial sales are complete at the 13-unit 21W20, developed by Gale International. Prices for the nine two-bedroom, 1,302-square-foot residences ranged from $2.5 million to more than $3.1 million. These floor-through units are directly accessible by elevator and feature open-plan living and dining room areas. The four penthouse homes are expected to go on the market in early 2015; these units will range in price from $12 million to $23 million. Each apartment includes floor-to-ceiling south-facing windows and glass terrace doors. The building’s amenities include a 24-hour doorman, outdoor garden, grocery delivery and bicycle storage. Halstead is handling marketing. Contact: www.21w20.com.

 

Midtown
325 Lexington Avenue

The 31-story luxury condominium tower 325 Lex is over 25 percent sold, including one of its two full-floor penthouses. The building also features studio, one- and two-bedroom residences. Available studios start at $805,000; the remaining 3-bedroom penthouse is $8.25 million. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, resident center, private roof deck and a 421a tax abatement. Closings will begin in the first quarter of 2015. Corcoran is handling sales. Contact: www.325lex.com.

 

Soho
53 Greene Street

Three of the five units at the six-story 53 Greene, developed by AORE Holdings, have sold. Units are a mix of two- and three-bedroom apartments, ranging from 2,771 square feet to 3,510 square feet. Prices started at $6.34 million. The second floor has not been released. Recently relaunched was the $14.05 million, three-bedroom penthouse, with 2,067 square feet of outdoor space including a covered patio and private elevator. Storage is available in the building, which has a virtual doorman. Contact: www.53greene.com.

 

Carroll Gardens
345 Carroll Street

The luxury condominium building at 345 Carroll Street in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens is over 40 percent sold. Eighteen of the 32 homes have private outdoor space; units are a mix of two- to four-bedroom apartments and range in size from 1,200 square feet to 3,000 square feet. Prices start at $1.69 million and rise to nearly $4 million for the penthouses. Building amenities include a doorman, superintendent and porter services, playroom, roof terrace, fitness center, and a 5,300-square-foot garden. Contact: www.345carroll.com.

 

Elmhurst
87-10 51st Avenue

Seventy-nine newly redeveloped homes have debuted in the 153-unit cooperative Continental Park building. The units include studios as well as one-, two-, and three-bedroom homes. The studios, at approximately 500 square feet, start at $185,000; the three-bedrooms, approximately 1,200 square feet, start at $509,000. The Continental Park features a gated entry and a private, landscaped interior. The developers have added a playground, fitness center and residents’ lounge. Contact: www.thecontinentalpark.com.

 

Leasing updates

Chelsea
245 West 25th Street

Leasing has launched at the Arthur, a six-story pre-war building converted by Studio V Architecture. The classic Art Deco building features 68 one- and two-bedroom apartments ranging from $4,200 to $4,950. Units feature 9-foot ceilings and hardwood floors. The building features a 24-hour doorman, fitness center and rooftop lounge. It is pet-friendly and provides bicycle storage. Naftali Group is handling leasing. Contact: www.thearthurnyc.com.

 
 

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