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Sales updates

Downtown Brooklyn
388 Bridge Street

Sales launched for the building’s 104 condominiums and 40 penthouse apartments. In the first two weeks of sales, offers were accepted on 44 condos. Developed by the Stahl Organization and designed by SLCE, the 53-story building also contains 234 rental apartments. Building amenities include a children’s playroom, media/screening room, fitness center, 24/7-attended parking garage and a lounge on the 46th floor. Remaining condos range in price from $700,000 to $1.6 million. Penthouses range from $1 million to $6 million. Halstead Property Development Marketing is handling sales. Contact:

Downtown Manhattan
50 West Street

Sales launched at the 64-story tower developed by Time Equities and designed by Helmut Jahn. The building features 191 units, ranging from one-bedrooms to half-floor penthouses. It features four floors of amenities, including an entertainment floor, a landscaped roof lounge, a fitness floor and the Water Club, which boasts a 60-foot lap pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room. Prices range from $1.615 million for a one-bedroom to $7.22 million for a four-bedroom. The penthouses are not yet on the market. Time Equities is handling sales in-house. Contact:

20 West 53rd Street

The Baccarat Hotel & Residences New York tower is now over 60 percent sold. Designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill, the 50-story tower is a joint venture between Starwood Capital Group and Tribeca Associates. The 60 residences, which have interiors designed by Tony Ingrao, range in size from one bedrooms at 934 square feet to the five bedroom, 5 ½ bathroom duplex penthouse at 7,381 square feet. Remaining units range in price from $5.15 million to $60 million. Building amenities include a fitness center, housekeeping services and access to the hotel’s full-service spa and 55-foot pool. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the agent. Contact:

Leasing Updates

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East Village
316 East 3rd Street

The Robyn has rented 29 of its 33 units. The eight-story building was developed by David Amirian, Eric Brody and Joseph Klaynberg along with JSR Capital. The Karl Fischer–designed rental features 12 studios, 17 one-bedrooms and four two-bedroom duplex penthouses. Rents range from $2,100 to $3,375. Building amenities include a roof deck, storage units, bike storage and a pet spa. Penthouses feature private terraces. Miron Properties is the agent. Contact:

500 West 30th Street

Abington House, located next to the High Line, is now over 60 percent leased. Developed by Related and Abington Properties and designed by Robert A.M. Stern, the 33-story building contains 312 units. Rents range from $3,695 for studios to $7,645 for two-bedroom apartments. Building amenities include a private fitness facility, on-site valet, bike storage and dog care. Related Rentals is the agent. Contact:

Park Slope
548 4th Avenue

Leasing started at the building developed by Trident Developers and designed by Sears Tambasco. It features 17 two-bedroom, two-bathroom units. Rents start at $3,800 for smaller units and $3,900 for larger units. Building amenities include tenant storage and bicycle storage. Ideal Properties Group is the agent. Contact:

171 North 10th Street

Leasing launched at the 20-unit building, developed by Great Point Properties LLC and designed by MDIM Architecture. The seven-story building features studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Prices range from $2,385 to $6,600. Building amenities include a furnished roof deck, individual storage units, bike storage and a parking garage. Select units feature balconies. Aptsandlofts is the agent. Contact: