New residential developments


Sep.September 01, 2008 11:44 PM

Clinton Hill

The Isabella

545 Washington Avenue

Sales of the building’s 63 condos started in late July. The building, developed by OL Washington, contains units ranging from 467-square-foot studios to 1,658-square-foot three-bedrooms. Prices start at $285,000 for studios. Some of the project’s homes include private outdoor space and radiant floor heating. Amenities include a 24-hour virtual doorman, rooftop deck, fitness center, parking facility and video intercom security system. Occupancy is expected to begin in fall 2008. The Developers Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact: www.theisabellacondos.com.

Greenpoint

149 Huron Street

GW Developments’ 30-unit condominium has simplexes and duplexes ranging from 570 to 1,050 square feet, many of which have private balconies. Prices range from $375,000 to $650,000. Amenities include a fitness center, sauna, steam room, spa, a rooftop garden and parking spaces available for purchase. The building’s interiors were designed by Funda Durukan. Aptsandlofts.com is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact: www.149huron.com.

Harlem

The Ivy

249 East 118th Street

Closings began at the 10-story, 28-unit building in mid-July. The condominium has one- and two-bedroom residences, some with balconies. Prices start at $350,000. Amenities include a doorman, fitness center and storage. The condominium will be managed by Matthew Adam Properties, and Warburg Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent.

Lower Manhattan

20 Exchange Place

Developer Metro Loft Management is waiving security deposits for renters with outstanding credit histories for studio and two-bedroom units still available. Rents start at $2,500 per month, and move-ins have already begun. The 800,000-square-foot art deco building was originally built in 1931. Amenities include a fitness center, residents’ lounge, valet and a landscaped sundeck on the 19th floor. There will be over 100,000 square feet of on-site retail space. Contact: www.20xnyc.com.

Tribeca

The Fairchild

415 Washington Street

Developer Atlantic Walk Vestry’s nine-story building features 21 units, including townhouses, penthouses and lofts, many with private outdoor space. Prices are expected to range from $1.97 to $9 million. The building has a brick façade and oversized arched windows. The Marketing Directors is the exclusive sales and marketing agent, and sales are expected to start later this year.

Williamsburg

924 Metropolitan Avenue

Developers David Schwartz and Rush Brook Partners’ new five-story rental building will include 30 one- and two-bedroom apartments. Six of the larger apartments on the upper floors feature 300-square-foot terraces. Amenities include a rooftop garden, fitness center, storage room, laundry room and on-site parking. The units range from 600 to 800 square feet, with monthly rents between $2,000 and $3,200. Aptsandlofts.com is the exclusive marketing and sales agent. Contact: www.924metro.com.

Construction update

Fort Greene

Rockwell Place

96 Rockwell Place

The 12-story condominium conversion of a former piano warehouse topped off in mid-July. The building will have 37 residences and is scheduled to be completed in October 2008. The units include studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, ranging between 714 and 1,166 square feet in size. The building is 63 percent sold. Prices range from $495,000 to $899,000. Occupancy on the lower floors is expected to start in September. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact: www.rockwellplace.com.

Lower Manhattan

The Setai

40 Broad Street

The 34-story building topped off in July. The building, developed by Zamir Equities and designed by Robert D. Henry Architects, will feature 167 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, ranging in size from 475 to 3,424 square feet. Prices are between $815,000 and $7.5 million. The building will have 44,000 square feet of amenities, including a spa, restaurant, dining room, wine cellar, health club, concierge and rooftop lounge. Completion is expected in fall 2008. The Marketing Directors is the exclusive marketing and sales agent. Contact: www.setainy.com.

West Village

385 West 12th Street

The seven-story condominium topped off in July. The building, developed by FLAnk, includes 12 units, seven of which were under contract as of mid-July. Available residences range in size from 3,649 to 4,331 square feet and all include a home automation system, which regulates lighting and temperature. Amenities include an outdoor pool, hot tub, fitness center, meditation deck, 24-hour concierge and storage. Completion is expected in early 2009. Contact:www.385west12.com.

Sales update

Chelsea

Yves

166 West 18th Street

Half of the 41 units at developer Magnum Real Estate Group’s 14-story building were under contract in early August. Units in the building, which was designed by Ismael Leyva Architects, range from 700-square-foot one-bedrooms to 3,500-square-foot four-bedrooms. Prices start at $950,000. Amenities include a fitness center, spa, indoor pool, landscaped roof deck and concierge. Cantor Pecorella is the exclusive sales and marketing firm. Contact: www.yveschelsea.com.

Chelsea

650 Sixth Avenue

The seven-story, 67-unit building, developed by Penterium, was 35 percent sold as of July. The project has studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Units range from 750 to 2,600 square feet, and prices are between $900,000 and $6 million. Apartments are available for immediate occupancy. Amenities include a fitness center, rooftop deck, doorman and storage. The Corcoran Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent.

Long Island City

Hunters View

11-15/19 49th Avenue

Simone Development’s 12-story, 73-unit project was 50 percent sold as of early August. The building offers one- and two-bedroom homes ranging in size from 640 to 1,240 square feet. Prices run from $400,000 to $870,000. Amenities include private rooftop space. Brown Harris Stevens Project Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing agent.

Midtown East

212 East 47th Street

The 35-story building developed by Extell Development Company was 90 percent sold in mid-July. The building features one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, some with private balconies. Prices start at $706,280. Amenities include a fitness center, on-site parking, media lounge, conference center and rooftop garden. Corcoran Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact:

Midtown West

Platinum

247 West 46th Street

Residents began moving in at developer SJP Residential Properties’ building in mid-July, when the 43-story building’s 220 residences were more than 70 percent sold out. The building has a full floor of amenities, which includes a spa lounge, social lounge, golf simulator room, fitness center and wraparound landscaped terrace. The building also includes a concierge, doorman and valet service. Contact: .

Murray Hill

The Charleston

225 East 34th Street

The 191 units in this 40-story building were completely sold out as of late July. The building, developed by LCOR, has one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, many with balconies, terraces and views of the city. The building has a 2,400-square-foot amenities center with a fitness center, media lounge, dining area and catering kitchen, as well as an outdoor garden. Prudential Douglas Elliman is the marketing and sales agent. Contact: .

Park Slope

The Heritage

309 2nd Street

Developer PRD Realty Corporation’s four-story condominium was 70 percent sold in the beginning of August. Six of the 21 residences are still available. Homes range from 940 to 1,330 square feet in size and include duplexes, one- and two-bedrooms. Prices are between $775,000 and $975,000. Amenities include on-site parking, indoor and outdoor children’s playrooms, storage, balconies, gardens and rooftop cabanas. The building was designed by Karl Fischer, with interiors by Durukan Design. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the exclusive marketing and sales agent. Contact: .

Upper East Side

180 East 93rd Street

Sales began this summer at the boutique condominium. The building, developed by Greystone Property Development, has nine residences. The three- and four-bedroom units include terraces and a home automation system that regulates lighting, security and entertainment. Amenities include a doorman, children’s playroom, wine storage, outdoor space and fitness center. Occupancy is expected in spring 2009. Warburg Realty Partnership is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact: www.180e93.com.

Williamsburg

Twenty Bayard

20 Bayard Street

The 18-story building was 60 percent sold in mid-July. The building contains 64 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, ranging from 700 to 1,400 square feet in size. Amenities include a doorman, parking garage, fitness center, children’s playroom, pet spa and roof deck. The building was designed by architect Karl Fischer, with interior designs by Andres Escobar. Prudential Douglas Elliman is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact: www.twentybayard.com.

Compiled by Jovana Rizzo


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