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New Residential Developments

January 29, 2009 03:18PM

Construction update

Midtown East

The Veneto

250 East 53rd Street

The Related Companies’ 34-story, 137-unit condominium tower was completed early this year. The one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments range in size from 763 to 2,548 square feet, and all units were sold prior to construction. Adam D. Tihany designed the interiors. Amenities include private storage and an on-site parking garage. Contact: www.theveneto.com.

Murray Hill

303 East 33rd Street

Toll Brothers and the Kibel Companies topped off the 12-story, 128-unit condominium in January. Exterior work on the Perkins Eastman-designed building, which is being built to meet LEED standards, has begun. Prices for the studio through three-bedroom units begin at $600,000, and the apartments range in size from 546 to 2,782 square feet. Amenities include a fitness center, parking and concierge service. Cantor Pecorella is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact: www.303e33.com.

Leasing update

Fort Greene

364 Myrtle Avenue

All of the units at the three-unit, four-story building were rented as of early January. Amenities include storage space, floor-to-ceiling windows, private balconies and climate-controlled living areas. Ideal Properties Group is the exclusive rental agent.

Sales update

Chelsea

The Prime

333 West 14th Street

All nine units at the condominium, where sales began in September 2006, are still available for purchase. The 10-story building includes seven 2,341-square-foot residences with balconies, a 3,815-square-foot duplex with a 780-square-foot private garden, and a 5,400-square-foot triplex penthouse with 1,420 square feet of outdoor space. Prices range from $2.55 to $7.5 million. RP Miller is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact: www.theprimecondos.com.

Downtown Brooklyn

One Hanson Place

The unsold units at Dermot Company and Canyon-Johnson Urban Funds’ 179-unit condominium are now available for rent. Stribling Marketing Associates listed 19 units for rent, with monthly rents ranging from $3,400 to $4,900. As of December, 85 percent of the apartments in the building had sold. Amenities include a club room, terrace, business center, children’s playroom and fitness center. Stribling Marketing Associates is the exclusive leasing agent. Contact: www.onehanson.com.

Harlem
The Kalahari

40 West 116th Street

The 12-story, 249-unit green condominium building was about 85 percent sold as of early January. The one- through four-bedroom residences still available for sale range in size from 725 to 1,850 square feet and in price from $525,000 to $1.65 million. Amenities include a rooftop garden, concierge and parking garage. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact: www.kalahari-harlem.com.

Park Slope

Vermeil
133 Sterling Place

There were four units left for sale at the Vermeil in early January, Brownstoner reported. The units are listed for between $1.15 and $1.495 million. The 22-unit building was developed by Jacob Pinson of Yachad Enterprises. The Corcoran Group is the sales and marketing agent.

Tribeca

Fifty Franklin

50 Franklin Street

W Developers’ Fifty Franklin opened its sales office in early January. The studio through three-bedroom apartments in the 72-unit building range from 600 to 1,700 square feet. Prices at the Rawlings Architects-designed building range from $600,000 to $3 million. Amenities include a rooftop lounge, a fitness center, storage units, on-site parking spaces and a 500-square-foot guest suite. Jason Walker, Louis Leone and Lynne White, a broker team at Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Tribeca office, are the exclusive sales and marketing agents for the project. Contact: www.fiftyfranklin.com.

Compiled by Sara Polsky

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