The Real Deal New York

New residential developments

December 14, 2010
By The Real Deal

Construction update

Hunts Point

920 Westchester Avenue

Meltzer Mandl has been tapped to design Westrock Development’s planned affordable housing rental development. The 108,000-square-foot building will contain 108 two- and three-bedroom homes, plus 11,000 square feet of ground-level commercial space and a basement parking garage, when it is completed in 2012. The designers are angling for LEED certification with Energy Star appliances in the apartments and eco-friendly building materials.

Park Slope

580 Carroll

580 Carroll Street

Black House Development’s 18-unit boutique condo is now complete and ready for immediate occupancy. Sales launched in April at the five-story, Enrique Norten-designed building, where offerings range from 744-square-foot one-bedroom units to 1,400-square-foot penthouses with private terraces. Prices begin at $540,000. Brown Harris Stevens is the agent. Contact:

Sales update

Fort Greene


174 Clermont Avenue

Contracts have been signed at eight of nine units in the six-story development, designed by Jung Wor Chin, after less than two months of sales. Construction is complete and occupancy is slated for this
summer. The remaining three-bedroom residence is a triplex listed at $1.25 million. Halstead Development Marketing is the agent. Contact: www.solisfort



301 West 115th Street

The 18 penthouses at Livmor Development’s 12-story condo have been released for sale, with prices ranging from $615,000 to $1.8 million. The Hugo Subotovsky-designed building has 73 residences in total. Amenities include a fitness room, media room, yoga studio, 24-hour concierge and 3,500-square-foot landscaped terrace. Prudential Douglas Elliman is the agent. Contact:

Long Island City


26-26 Jackson Avenue

The 43-unit condo, designed by Robert Scarano with interiors by Andrés Escobar, is now open and more than 70 percent sold. Units, which boast floor-to-ceiling windows and heated floors in the bathrooms, range from the low $400,000s for a studio to $1.1 million for a penthouse. The building has been approved for Federal Housing Administration financing. Nest Seekers and Peter Ashe Real Estate are the agents. Contact:

Midtown West

The Dillon

425 West 53rd Street

SDS Procida Development Group’s 83-unit condo has officially opened for sales, with occupancy slated for this month. Starting prices for the Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects-designed condo, which received a 2007 design award from the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects, range from $740,000 for one-bedrooms to $2.355 million for penthouse duplexes and $3.165 million for three-story townhouses. Corcoran Sunshine Market Group is the agent.



587-589 Flushing Avenue, 591 Flushing Avenue and 279 Lee Avenue

Sales have launched at the four-building, 40-unit complex, designed by Bricolage Architecture & Designs. Prices begin at $275,000 and the homes range in size from 633-square-foot studios to 3,036-square-foot three-bedrooms, all with hardwood floors and some with private balconies and terraces. The building is approved for Federal Housing Administration financing and eligible for a 15-year tax abatement. The Developers Group is the agent. Contact: www.platinumconndos

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