“A lot of condo buyers — we call them the ‘DUMBO enthusiasts’ — live right in the neighborhood,” Halstead Property Development Marketing agent Debbie Zolan told Eye on Real Estate recently.
YIMBY now has an updated rendering of Adam America Real Estate’s new building, dubbed Six Ten Warren, which will encompass 47,050 square feet. Its condominium units should average 1,150 square feet apiece.
The average price per square foot for new condo developments in Hell’s Kitchen is up 40.8 percent from 2011.
HPDM is thrilled to be the exclusive marketing and sales firm for several great projects launching this Spring, including The Haswell, The Hendrik, 251 First Street, 610 Warren Street, 318 West 47th Street, and Aurum.
To court young families that would benefit from efficient stroller storage, the developers of a condominium building at 251 First Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn — a neighborhood famous for the sheer number of buggies that populate the streets — plan to not only build a dedicated stroller storage room, but also provide stroller valet service to residents and their guests.
The HPDM March 2016 New Development Insights is now available on HPDMNY.com
“The steady rise in Long Island City condo pricing can be attributed to the rapid residential population growth,ˮ said Robin Schneiderman, the senior vice president managing director of HPDM.