Development updates

Jan.January 01, 2012 05:03 PM



83 Franklin
83 Franklin Street
Just two apartments remain at the 11-unit rental building, developed by Francis Moezinia and David Moussazadeh. The building’s homes range from 2,000 to 3,000 square feet, and have rented for $8,500 to $22,500 per month. Amenities include a common roof deck, gym, children’s playroom and bike room. Core is the agent. Contact: UPDATE

Kirkman Lofts
37 Bridge Street
The 45-unit condominium has sold 72 percent of its units. Residences in the building, developed by 37 Bridge Street LLC, range from studios to four-story townhouses with private entrances. The nine remaining units range in size from 839 to 1,693 square feet and in price from $625,000 to $1.65 million. Building amenities include roof terraces, gym, bike room and video concierge service. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact:

East Village

123 Third
123 Third Avenue

The 47-unit condominium is now 90 percent sold, with only four penthouses left. The remaining homes include a 2,123-square-foot three-bedroom priced at $4 million; a $4.52 million, 2,334-square-foot three-bedroom; a 2,049-square-foot two-bedroom with a terrace for $3.97 million, and a 2,027-square-foot, $3.6 million two-bedroom. All four units have private outdoor space. Building amenities include a doorman, a gym and an “iLounge” multimedia center. Orange Management and F&T Group are the developers. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the agent. Contact:

15 Union Square West
The 36-unit condominium, once the headquarters of Tiffany & Co., is now 80 percent sold. The six remaining one- to three-bedroom homes start at $3 million and range in size from 1,560 to 2,659 square feet. Building amenities include a spa, concierge and valet parking. Brack Capital Real Estate is the developer. Brown Harris Stevens Select is the agent. Contact:

157 West 57th Street
Sales have launched at Extell Development Company’s 95-unit glass tower, designed by architect Christian de Portzamparc. The one- to six-bedroom apartments, ranging in size from 1,021 to 13,554 square feet, will be located on the upper floors of the Park Hyatt New York. Prices start at $6.38 million. Building amenities include a concierge, performance space, swimming pool and library. Occupancy is slated for 2013. Extell Marketing is the agent. Contact:

Upper East Side
949 Park Avenue
Just one apartment remains in the boutique condominium, which has received its temporary certificate of occupancy. The 12-story building is composed of a duplex, triplexes and a quadruple penthouse with a private roof. Building amenities include concierge service and a doorman. The remaining three-bedroom, 2,983-square-foot apartment is priced at $6.75 million. VE Equities is the developer. Douglas Elliman Developments is the agent. Contact:

333 East 91st Street

The 128-unit condominium has now sold over 40 percent of its units. Developed by the DeMatteis Organization and the Mattone Group, the building’s available homes range in size from 1,006-square-foot one-bedrooms with home office to 2,968-square-foot four-bedrooms. Prices start at $775,000. Building amenities include a game room, children’s playroom, fitness center, landscaped roof terraces, 24-hour concierge and valet. Douglas Elliman Developments is the agent. Contact:

291 Devoe
291 Devoe Street
The eight-unit condominium, composed of one-bedroom homes ranging in size from 675 to 1,361 square feet, is sold out. The units sold for $390,000 to $565,000. Chicago Builders Bank is the developer and MNS is the agent. Contact:

Compiled by Russell Steinberg

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