“540West has resonated with buyers who appreciate its quality, the fiber of the neighborhood and the fact that they can close within 100 days,” says Stephen McArdle, senior managing director of Halstead Property Development Marketing, which is exclusively handling sales and marketing at 540West. “The remaining units will not stay long on the market for long.”
Read More: http://www.multihousingnews.com/news/northeast/540west-in-new-yorks-hells-kitchen-is-80-percent-sold/1004109838.html
HELL’S KITCHEN—Fortis Property Group’s and Wonder Works Construction’s540West, a 110-unit condo building on West 49th Street is now at 80 percent sold. The development, which hit 50 percent back in June, is slated for ready for move-ins in January. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]
Read More: http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/10/27/540west_80_percent_sold_hawthorn_park_50_percent_leased.php
388 Bridge Street, the tallest residential building in Brooklyn, is now 90 percent leased. Of the tower’s 234 rentals, only 20 remain.
Read more: http://therealdeal.com/blog/2014/10/25/388-bridge-now-90-leased
HARLEM—After its June launch, Harlem’s Uptown 58 at 58 West 129th Streetis 100-percent sold. The seven story, 19-apartment building was developed by Kane Ventures. Asks in the studio to two-bedroom building ranged from $425,000 to $1,695,000. [CurbedWire inbox; official; previously]
15 Hubert Street: The block-through landmarked building—also known as 407 Greenwich Street—is undergoing a gut renovation and vertical enlargement lead by the omnipresent CetraRuddy. When complete, the building will have a ground-floor restaurant, nine 2,300-square-foot apartments on floors two through four, and three larger duplex penthouses on floors five and six. There will also be a rooftop common space. BBH notes that thebuilding’s teaser site avails that pricing will be between $2.8 million and $5.2 million.
Read More: http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/10/22/charting_the_many_changes_coming_to_tribecas_hubert_street.php
“Thanks to Vicki Winters for the photo of 19 Park Place, now at 19 stories (from what I can tell)—it’ll be 21 when done.”
Read More: http://tribecacitizen.com/2014/10/20/seen-heard-19-park-place-is-nearly-topped-out/
American Planning Association chose Main Street in Sag Harbor as one of 2014’s Great Streets in America as part of their list of Great Places in America.
Harbor’s Edge, an HPDM represented project, features 15 meticulously-designed residences conveniently located minutes from Main Street. Find out more at HarborsEdge.com
It’s a new kind of concept: A penthouse in the Hamptons. Interested? We hope so, especially since it comes with charming views and top-notch amenities. Breathtaking. That’s one way to describe Harbor’s Edge, the 15-condo development in the village of Sag Harbor, New York.