Development updates

Sales Update

Chelsea

456 West 19th Street

 

There are just three units left at Cary Tamarkin’s 11-story condo, which has 22 duplex homes. The remaining units include one 1,700-square-foot two-bedroom unit with city views to the north and south, as well as two three-bedroom penthouses facing the High Line, each of which has nearly 3,000 square feet of interior space. Prices on the remaining units begin at $2.975 million. Stribling Marketing Associates is the agent. Contact: www.456W19.com.

Cobble Hill

Columbia Commons

 

110 Warren Street

 

The new condo, a joint venture of L+M Development Partners and the Urban Investment Group at Goldman Sachs, is now 88 percent sold after hitting the market in May 2010. Five units of between 609 and 848 square feet now remain up for grabs, with prices ranging from $399,000 to $650,000. The two-building complex has a shared courtyard, roof deck, fitness room and underground parking garage. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact: www.columbiacommonsbk.com.

Harlem

Ellington on the Park

 

130 Bradhurst Avenue

 

There are now 16 units remaining at the 133-unit cond-op after three homes sold and closed in a recent one-month period. The building — which has one-, two- and three-bedroom residences still available, with prices ranging from $325,000 to $675,000 — has an around-the-clock attended lobby, gym, courtyard and parking garage. Many homes have views of Yankee Stadium, Jackie Robinson Park and the Empire State Building. Buyers can take advantage of the project’s 25-year tax abatement. Warburg Marketing Group is the agent. Contact: www
.ellingtononthepark.com.

Long Island City

The View

 

4630 Center Boulevard

 

TF Cornerstone’s 184-unit waterfront condominium has passed the 50 percent sold mark. Since last summer, the 18-story condo, which features one-, two- and three-bedroom units of up to 1,879 square feet, has seen up to 11 closings per month. Prices start at $616,000, and each apartment has floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the water, washers and dryers, and private balconies or terraces. Nest Seekers International is the agent. Contact: www.livingtheview.com.

Lower Manhattan

District

 

111 Fulton Street

 

Africa Israel USA’s 163-unit condominium conversion is now sold out. The eight-story former office building contains studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments. It also has more than 18,000 square feet of private amenities, including a 12,000-square-foot roof terrace with reflecting pools and cabanas, as well as a full-service spa and fitness center. According to AFI USA, the Andres Escobar-designed building yielded upward of $140 million in sales. Urban Marketing was the agent. Contact: www.districtny.com.

Williamsburg

1 Powers Street

 

Sales have wrapped up at Essex Market Development’s 1 Powers, the 31-unit condominium designed by Kutnicki Bernstein Architects. The building, which launched sales in October 2009, contains one- and two-bedroom units. Prices ranged from $345,000 to $775,000. The building has a common roof deck, indoor fitness center, and private parking available for purchase. Aptsandlofts.com was the agent. Contact: www.1powers.com.

 

Two Northside Piers

 

164 Kent Avenue

 

The 30-story waterfront condominium developed by Toll Brothers City Living, RD Management and L+M Development Partners is 50 percent sold, and the first residents have moved in. The residential project is the second of two glass buildings in the Northside Piers community that also includes the One Northside Piers condo, which is already sold out. Prices begin at around $535,000 for a studio, and building amenities at the two towers include an indoor pool, residents’ lounge, fitness center and rooftop cabanas. Buyers are also eligible for a 25-year tax abatement. Contact: www.northsidepiers.com.