Development updates


Upper West Side

Windermere West End

666 West End Avenue

Stellar Management and AORE Holdings Leasing have begun renting 170 newly renovated units in the prewar apartment building. Rents start at $2,200 for studios, $3,000 for one-bedrooms, $6,000 for two-bedrooms, $10,000 for three-bedrooms and $13,000 for four-bedrooms. Building amenities include a full-time doorman, concierge, roof deck, fitness center, children’s playroom and pool. Brown Harris Stevens is the agent. Contact:



Chelsea Green


Chelsea Green

151 West 21st Street

Sales at Alfa Development’s 51-unit condominium have begun, with occupancy slated for fall 2013. The building offers one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 695 to 1,673 square feet, and a 3,110-square-foot four-bedroom penthouse. Prices start at $799,000. Amenities include 24-hour lobby service, fitness center and roof deck. The Corcoran Group is the agent. Contact:


Financial District

20 Pine the Collection

20 Pine Street

The 409-unit condominium is nearly sold out, with just 20 homes left. The remaining units include studios and two- and three-bedroom residences ranging from 784 to 2,570 square feet, with prices between $845,000 and $3.1 million. Building amenities include a terrace, pool, residents’ lounge, billiards room and concierge service. The developer is Africa Israel USA, and Warburg Marketing Group is the agent. Contact:


Story House

The Story House

36 East 22nd Street

With just three units remaining, the eight-unit condominium is now 65 percent sold. Units in the building, developed by Manhattan Skyline, include three-bedroom and two-bedroom-plus-office homes, ranging in size from 2,155 to 2,217 square feet. Prices start at $3.56 million. Building amenities include concierge service and a virtual doorman. Contact:


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Hamilton Heights

The Nicholas

753 Saint Nicholas Avenue

Sales have launched at the 12-unit condominium. Available homes include studios and one- and two-bedroom units, plus two penthouses. Homes range in size from approximately 420 square feet to over 1,100 square feet, and are priced starting at $229,000. Developed by Argyle Holdings, the building offers a private garden and Cyberdoorman service. Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing is the agent. Contact:


Long Island City

The Industry

21-45 44th Drive

The 75-unit condominium is now 51 percent sold. The remaining homes include studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom units ranging in size from 555 to 1,126 square feet. Prices start at $414,750. Building amenities include an attended lobby, parking garage and fitness center. Alan and Stuart Match Suna, owners of Silvercup Studios, are the developers. Modern Spaces is the agent. Contact:



58 Metropolitan

The 50-unit condominium is now 95 percent sold, with only two units left. Remaining homes in the building, developed by Steiner NYC, include a two-bedroom unit and a three-bedroom penthouse. Prices start at $989,000. The building shares amenities — including a pool, fitness center and media lounge — with its sold-out sister building, 80 Metropolitan. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact:


534 West 42nd Street

534 West 42nd Street

The nine-unit boutique condominium, developed by Silverstone Property Group, is now 50 percent sold. Remaining units include two 1,148-square-foot one-bedrooms and a 2,206-square-foot, two-bedroom penthouse. Prices range from $799,000 to $1.89 million. Prudential Douglas Elliman is the agent. Contact:



The Edge

34 North 7th Street and

22 North 6th Street

Only 50 homes remain at Douglaston Development’s 565-unit condominium. Available homes include one- to three-bedroom units, as well as duplexes and penthouses, ranging in size from 570 to 2,530 square feet. Prices range from $745,000 to $1.76 million. MNS is the agent. Contact: