New residential developments

Sales update

Central Harlem

239 West 135th Street

Sales launched at the 12-unit condominium building, which has one-bedrooms and one- and two-bedroom duplexes, in the middle of last month. Amenities include a virtual doorman and a 25-year tax abatement. Units start at $495,000. Corcoran is the exclusive sales and marketing agent.


Hamilton Lofts

117 and 121 Edgecombe Avenue

Sales launched early last month at Gold Development’s two-building, 12-unit project. The two- and three-bedroom units range from 920 to 1,220 square feet and from $539,000 to $698,000. The building includes private storage spaces, video intercom units, outdoor spaces and a 15-year 421a tax abatement. Construction was expected to be completed by June 1, and occupancy is set to begin this summer. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact:

Prospect Heights

Vantage 238

238 St. Marks Avenue

Sales began recently at the Karl Fischer-designed 20-unit condominium slated for completion at the end of this summer. The building includes 700-square-foot one-bedroom units starting at $435,000 and 1,200-square-foot two-bedroom units starting at $645,000. Amenities include outdoor space for most units and a 15-year tax abatement. Corcoran is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Contact:



101 North Fifth Street

Fifty-percent of units have been sold at the Morton Group’s development and move-ins are expected to begin within the month. Apartments range from 670-square-foot one-bedrooms to 1,440-square-foot three-bedrooms, and prices begin at $430,000. Amenities include rooftop terraces, a fitness center, a media lounge, a courtyard garden with a fire pit and parking spaces. The Developers Group is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the project.

Rental update

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Brooklyn Heights

72 Poplar Street

The owners of the former police precinct on Poplar Street, between Henry and Hicks streets, plan to convert the building into 30 rental apartments, the Brooklyn Paper reported. The space, designed by architect Andrew Fredman, would also include a ground-floor medical facility and an adjacent parking garage. Community Board 2’s land-use committee approved the conversion proposal in late April.

Midtown West

Silver Towers

600 West 42nd Street

Leasing began early last month. The Silverstein Properties-developed, 1.2 million-square-foot complex includes a public park, an indoor pool, parking and more than 20,000 square feet of retail space. The 1,042 studio to two-bedroom apartments rent for $2,300 to $8,000, and the complex also includes 317 affordable apartments. Units will be available starting in the middle of this month, and the building is slated for completion in early 2010. Citi Habitats is the exclusive leasing and marketing agent. Contact:

Upper West Side

Columbus Village

97th to 100th streets between Columbus and Amsterdam avenues

Leasing began at Chetrit Group’s complex last month. The complex has 710 units spread out over five buildings. Rents there start at $1,895 for a studio. Amenities include a Whole Foods in the building.


119th Street and Third Avenue

Units are now available for rent at Third Avenue Associates’ 90-unit luxury condominium building, where sales launched in 2008. Rents for one-, two- and three-bedroom units at the Barry Rice-designed building range from $1,975 to $4,450 per month. According to StreetEasy, three units in the building had sold and seven were in contract as of mid-May. Contact:


44 Berry Street

Leasing has begun at Cayuga Capital Management’s project. The 42 units in the building, a former tonic water factory, are all between 800 and 900 square feet and can be reconfigured to fit up to four residents. Rents range from $1,900 to $3,200 per month. Amenities include a common vegetable garden, fitness center, bocce ball court and 15,000 square feet of retail stores. is the exclusive leasing and marketing agent. Contact:

Compiled by Sara Polsky