New Residential Developments

Sales Update

The Cammeyer
The Cammeyer
Bedford-Stuyvesant
509 Chauncey Street

The six-unit condo, a converted prewar limestone townhouse by Ocean Hill Development, had its first closing last month, and another two units are in contract. The two-bedroom apartments all have outdoor space and are priced between $315,000 and $385,000. Buyers can also take advantage of a 14-year tax abatement. Imagine Living is the agent. Contact: www.509chauncey.com.

Flatiron

The Cammeyer
650 Sixth Avenue

Developer Kumkang Housing is offering the last 12 studio buyers at its 67-unit condo conversion a $50,000 credit — toward either a technology system from Kraus Hi-Tech Home Automation, an interior design consultation from Interior Marketing Group and furniture, or some combination of both — for their new home. The building is around 50 percent sold and recently began marketing its collection of studio lofts, which start at $845,000. Core Group Marketing is the agent. Contact: www.thecammeyer.com.

Fort Greene

Solis
174 Clermont Avenue

Closings and move-ins have begun at developer Ping Moy’s new boutique condo. Sales launched in April, and eight of the three-story building’s nine units have since sold for between $675,000 and $1.22 million. The remaining home is a 2,045-square-foot, three-bedroom triplex with a private backyard asking $1.25 million. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact: www.solisfortgreene.com.

Harlem

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Beacon Towers

Beacon Towers
29 West 138th Street

Developers Strategic Development and Construction Group and Lemle & Wolff have slashed prices by as much as 4.95 percent on the remaining units at their new eight-story cooperative, to bring them in line with the prices on those that have already sold. The remaining apartments now start at $275,000 for one-bedrooms and $325,000 for two-bedrooms. The building, which offers a fitness center, underground parking garage and interior courtyard, is ready for immediate occupancy with no board approval required. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact: www.beacontowersliving.com.

Harlem

PS90
220 West 148th Street

Buyers have begun moving in at the former elementary school turned condo by L + M Development Partners. Around one-quarter of the building’s studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units are reserved for middle-income families. Prices range from $450,000 to $899,000 for the market-rate units. Roughly 13 percent of the condos have closed. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact: www.ps90condo.com.

Harlem

The Sedona

The Sedona
346 East 119th Street

Sales have launched at Ruthann Richert’s new 11-unit boutique condominium, with prices ranging from $399,000 to $595,000 for its one-bedroom homes. Each unit offers private keyed elevator entry, outdoor space, washers and dryers, and storage. The building’s amenities include a roof deck, gym and video intercom security, and buyers can take advantage of its 15-year 421-a tax abatement. David Daniels of the Corcoran Group is the agent. Contact: www.thesedonanyc.com.