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340 East 23rd Street

340 East 23rd Street
New York, NY 10010
732-280-8181
Residential, Sales, Condo (Building), Multifamily

The sponsor(s) filed plans on 05/11/06 for a condo project at 340 East 23rd Street with 207 residential units. The sponsor(s) were approved to market the units for sale on 10/12/06. TRData has determined that the sponsor(s) have sold more than 80 percent of the sponsor units in the building.

  • Address 340 East 23rd Street
  • neighborhood Gramercy
  • borough Manhattan
  • developer VICTOR HOMES
  • owner entity VICTOR AT E 23, LLC
  • architect Testers R Us
  • PLANS DISCLOSED 05/11/2006
  • dob permit issued 01/11/2008
  • tco issued 01/02/2008
  • DOB FILE PLANS 03/14/2006
  • DOB FILE Link
  • LIST/LAUNCH SALES 10/12/2006
  • height in feet 210
  • floors 21
  • AG Initial Price $ 218,880,000
  • ag file plans 05/11/2006
  • AG FILE Link
  • residential units 207
  • commercial units 2
  • hotel units 0
  • total units 209
  • square feet 233,108
  • const. status CONDO COMPLETE
  • block and lot 1-00928-7503
  • BIN 1020579
Condominium Units+

03/13/14
...340 East 23rd Street The managers of a condominium in Gramercy say the city replaced precious parking slots...

01/22/14
...his wife, Huma Abedin, a three-bedroom rental at 340 East 23rd Street with an asking price of $8,000, broker Brian Morgan told the New York Post all...

01/21/14
...three-bedroom unit at a Philippe Starck-designed building at 340 East 23rd Street, which was asking a rent of $8,000 per month, Citi Habitats broker Brian Morgan told...

02/15/13
...board claims that the Blodgetts rented out their 340 East 23rd Street apartment to no fewer than 27 different visitors since August 2011 for stays of less than...

04/06/11
...firm previously built the Gramercy Starck condo at 340 East 23rd Street and developed the Lumiere, a 66-unit condo at 350 West 53rd Street...

03/08/11
...recent projects include the Gramercy Starck condo at 340 East 23rd Street. Seelig did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Korolik said he plans...

...few years—the Gramercy Starck condo at 340 East 23rd Street, where interiors were designed by Philippe Starck. The brokers who were fortunate enough to...

01/26/09
...the sales office at the development, located at 340 East 23rd Street between First and Second avenues, Korolik said. Sales at Gramercy official launched in May...

...of the French designer's sleek glass condo at 340 East 23rd Street. The entrance to the ubiquitous fast-food joint melds with the façade, framed by...

...market. (Brokers: Stribling; City Connections Realty) Gramercy $2.105 million 340 East 23rd Street 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath, 1,609 sf condo in new construction building (Gramercy Starck); building has fitness center...

06/19/08
...the buyer's whims. At Gramercy by Starck at 340 East 23rd Street, architects can even be employed to redo the entire floor plan for remaining high-priced...

...Jon Varnedoe, Seth Levine, Prudential Douglas Elliman) Gramercy $620,000 340 East 23rd Street Studio co-op in new construction building (the Gramercy); 24-hr doorman, concierge; building has fitness...

...Starck, and the Gramercy, a non-Gramercy-area condominium at 340 East 23rd Street. “The Philippe Starck style is something very familiar to these potential renters, because they...

...www.99goldstreet.com. Gramercy Gramercy YOO by Starck 340 East 23rd Street The 21-story, 207-unit condominium was more than 65 percent sold as of mid-July, within two...

...Gramercy" -- though, given its actual location at 340 East 23rd Street (between First and Second avenues), it is out of the bounds of the neighborhood...

...Gramercy Park. The high-end, 22-story glass tower at 340 East 23rd Street between First and Second avenues will have 207 studio and one- to three-bedroom units. The...
  • Event Sales
  • Building Name Gramercy by Starck
  • Address 340 East 23rd Street
  • Neighborhood Gramercy Park
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 13,850
  • Price $ 22,200,000
  • Price per foot $ 1,602.89
notes
The commercial unit at the Philippe Starck-designed tower sold for $22.2 million. The retail space is triple-net leased to CVS Pharmacy for 25 years plus options. Sales at the 207-unit residential tower launched in May 2007, and the building is nearly complete.

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07/21/15
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