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These nine new condominium buildings share two important things: First, they place design at the top of their list of priorities, and second, they offer immediate or near future closings.
They are located in some of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn, including Flatiron, Dumbo, Park Slope and Williamsburg. Prices range from $699,000 to over $13 million.
Tours are available to see such cutting-edge features and amenities as green roofs, stroller valets, outdoor fireplaces, adapted landmarked historic buildings, private pools and outdoor lounges, all designed by acclaimed architecture firms.
Address: 2231 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard
Starting at: $956,000
Aurum focuses on sustainability, with LEED certification and a green roof. There is also a full-time attended lobby with green wall, bike storage, roof deck, gym, and media room. The 115-unit building has two-, and three-bedroom homes ranging from $956,000 to $1.421 million.
318 West 47th
Address: 318 West 47th Street
Neighborhood: Hell’s Kitchen
Starting at: $2,495,000
318 West 47th is a boutique condominium featuring the interior design debut of Katch I.D., who emphasize a mix of modern and comfortable design. The building consists of a maisonette, three full-floor apartments and a penthouse. With an intimate setting of just seven stories and five units, these homes deliver the privacy and space of a townhouse to Hell’s Kitchen. The full-floor two-bedrooms start at $2.495 million.
Address: 200 Water Street
Starting at: $4,700,000
200 Water Street in Dumbo is a historic landmarked factory building adapted by architect firm Aufgang Architects with interiors by Gil Even-Tsur Architecture Workshop. Only one home remains: It’s a three-bedroom with a private terrace and more than 2,500 square feet of indoor space. It’s priced at $4.7 million.
Address: 429 Kent Avenue
Starting at: $1,250,000
The Oosten design reaches back to Brooklyn’s Dutch roots and the homeland of designer Piet Boon, reflecting his aesthetic of clean lines and streamlined details. All four corners of the building feature floor-to-ceiling windows accented by vertical metal fins for sun control and visual interest on the facade. The building’s 216 units include 15 townhouses, penthouses, and one- to six-bedroom lofts ranging in price from $1.25 million to $6.42 million. There is a landscaped central garden and a pool. Some units include private courtyards and Jacuzzis.
Address: 251 1st Avenue
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Starting at: $1,289,000
Park Slope’s ODA New York-designed 251 First prides itself on two aspects of its design: light and space. There’s floor-to-ceiling glass in every residence of the building, stepped terraces on the penthouses, and unprecedented amenities for Park Slope. Comprising 11 stories with 44 units in total, 251 First also has a stroller valet, gym, children’s playroom, resident’s lounge, and common roof terrace. The two- to four-bedroom homes range from $1.289 to $2.9 million.
Address: 610 Warren Street
Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Starting at: $990,000
Interior design by Paris Forino sets 610 Warren apart. Interior features include spa-like baths and custom kitchens with honed Brazilian Arabescato countertops, custom built-in cutting boards and in-island blackened-steel storage niches. The seven-story, 31-unit building has a roof deck, children’s playroom, gym, resident’s lounge and private parking (available for purchase). Forino’s work can also be seen in other locations around the city, including 50 Clinton Street and Gem Hotel Chelsea. The one- to four-bedroom homes are priced from $990,000 to $2.75 million.
51 Jay Street
Address: 51 Jay Street
Starting at: $2,550,000
This ODA New York-designed warehouse conversion melds the industrial past of Dumbo with a modernist touch. In addition to the central courtyard designed by urban landscape expert Steven Yavanian, 51 Jay has plenty of features that attest to its master craftsmanship, including custom cabinetry by Aster Cucine, La Rochelle Gris marble slab countertops, and a suite of Gaggenau appliances. The building, which stands at seven stories with 74 units, includes a fitness and yoga room, children’s playroom, pet spa, and rooftop terrace. Two- to four-bedroom lofts are available from $2.55 million to $5.995 million. The building is 83 percent sold.
Address: 50 Greenpoint Avenue
Starting at: $699,000
At a discreet seven stories, the 44 residences of 50 Greenpoint have an intimacy and personality that fit with the approachable sensibility of Greenpoint. Building amenities include a double-height attended lobby, a comfortable lounge with fireplace, a children’s playroom, a fitness center, a landscaped roof deck with dining, and private parking. One- to three-bedroom homes are priced from $699,000 to $1.899 million.
21 W 20
Address: 21 West 20th Street
Starting at: $2,725,000
This full-service, 15-story luxury building features 13 full-floor luxury homes, including four grand penthouses with fireplaces and private terraces. Designed by David Mann of MR Architecture + Decor, each home takes a rational and inspirational approach to space, proportion and light. Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby with a spacious lobby lounge opening up to a landscaped garden with seating and dining areas centered around a beautiful outdoor fireplace. The building has a 421-a tax abatement and is pursuing USGBC LEED and WELL certifications. Penthouse One, the last remaining of the four penthouses, has four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms over 4,841 square feet and is priced at $13.5 million.
Tour these coveted developments with immediate or near future closings. Visit Halstead Property Development Marketing for more information or to arrange a tour.
Monday, December 19, 2016
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