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196 Orchard Street

196orchardNew construction on the Lower East Side at the crossroads of Soho and the East Village housing 94 apartments on 11 floors. Studios to 3 Bedrooms starting at approximately $1M.

242 Broome Street

242broomLower East Side new construction on Broome Street between iconic Essex and Ludlow Streets. 1-3 Bedroom residences starting slightly over $1M.

277 Fifth Avenue (30th Street)

277fifth Brand new luxury 52 story condominium tower offering 113 residential units. 1- 4 BRs starting at $1.9M. Designed by Vinoly, the architect for 432 Park Avenue.

Waterline Square/ 59th-61st Street and Riverside Boulevard

riverside New development towers offering condominium and rental homes along the Hudson River. 1-5 BR condos priced from approximately $2M with a 20 year tax abatement anticipated. Amenities include sports and fitness, spa and children's playroom.

111 Murray Street

101tri A 64 story condominium tower in Tribeca housing 157 residences including 20,000 sf of amenities. Pricing starts at $2.5M for a 1 Bedroom to $18.9 M for a 5 Bedroom home

The Clare - 301 East 61st Street

CLAREBoutique full-service 19 story condominium building with 30 apartments. Currently 2Bedroom homes on the market range from $1.925M to $2.995M

111 West 57th Street

111w57thSteinway Tower with a sliveresque silhouette is a 1400 plus foot tall luxury condominium tower and conversion of the landmarked Steinway building. Forty-five apartments each taking up an entire floor will offer commanding views of Central Park and the New York City skyline. 

53 West 53rd

53w53rdRising 1,050 feet with 140 one to five bedroom condominium residences and staff quarters, the Jean Nouvel designed tower is located near the Museum of Modern Art. It will be the fourth tallest residential tower in NYC.

520 Park Avenue @ 60th Street

520parkAveLocated on the Upper East Side, this luxurious 54 story tower will house 31 condominium residences with three to five bedrooms. Amenities include a health and fitness club with a swimming pool and spa area, guest suites and a children's playroom. Prices range from $16.2 million to a whopping $130 million for the triplex penthouse. Completion is scheduled for 2017.

220 Central Park South

220CPSDesigned by Robert A.M. Stern architects, this slender 69 story limestone-clad residential luxury condominium tower will be home to 83 residences. Features include huge floor to ceiling windows, coffered ceilings, ornate fireplaces and herringbone floors. A grand lobby with a reflecting pool will greet homeowners and guests. Prices start at $11.95M.

Woolworth Tower Residences @ 2 Park Place

woolworthBuilt in 1913, The Woolworth building remains a striking icon in the skyline of Downtown New York. The top 30 floors of this century-old building are being converted into one to four-bedroom condos that are “above the clouds.” Prices start with a one-bedroom on the 44th floor, asking $3.9 million, going all the way up to a $110 million penthouse. The residences are blessed with pre-war proportions that meet state-of-the-art construction. They have multiple exposures offering spectacular views in every direction. Amenities include the Woolworth Pool, Personal Fitness Studio, and Wine Cellar and Tasting Room.

443 Greenwich Street

443-GreenwichTribeca condominiums where landmark meets luxury, this condo conversions contains 53 condos, consisting of 45 loft and 8 penthouses. Prices for two-bedrooms will start at $7 million, four-bedrooms will cost up to $14.25 million, and a whopping $53 million for the penthouse. Amenities include valet parking, a lap pool, and a wine cellar, just to name a few. 443 Greenwich is an unparalleled combination of space, luxury finish, location and privacy.

11 Beach Street

11-beach-streetLocated in Tribeca, SKSK Architects is leading the renovation of the condo conversion at 11 Beach Street. They are creating 27 simplex loft residences and triplex townhouses, crowned by duplex penthouses. They have also created a dramatic courtyard atrium with sculptural window openings and an origami-shaped glass pyramid. The residences all have generous entertaining spaces framed by oversized glass casement windows. Prices will range from $5.3 million for a three-bedroom apartment to $7.75 for the five-bedrooms. 

515 West 29th

515-west-29th515 Highline, a unique eleven story building between 10th and 11th Avenues in West Chelsea, is home to twelve condominium residences composed of full and half-floor homes as well as duplexes. Each home will have its own outdoor space as well as a firepit. Prices range from $5 milliion to $25 million. 

252 East 57th

252-East-57thThis 65 story mixed-use luxury development in Midtown Manhattan has both condominiums and rental residences on the lower floors. Designed by Skidmore,Owings and Merrill, the glass clad tower has 93 condominium homes beginning on the 36th floor offering panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline, Central Park and the East River. Amenities include a spa, gym including a pool, screening room, guest suites,children's playroom and a garage.Prices start at $4.195 million for a 2 bedroom to $21.25 million for a 5 bedroom home.

1110 Park Avenue

1110-Park-tall-view-RenderLocated in the heart of Carnegie Hill on Park Avenue and 89th Street, this elegant 16 story boutique condominium building is home to nine full floor duplex and triplex residences with three to five bedrooms. Features include 10' ceilings, herringbone oak floors, Waterworks bath fixtures and a Christopher Peacock designed kitchen. Residents have access to 24 hour concierge services, a wine cellar and storage units. Unique to the building is a four story 7,000 square foot 5 bedroom penthouse with a private pool.

225 West 57th Street

22w57Designed by Gary Barnett, 225 West 57th is just one block away from what was going to be the city's tallest residential building at 432 Park Avenue. It will be a slender tower reaching 88 stories with apartments containing exceedingly high ceilings. The first five floors will be given over to a Nordstrom and floors 7 - 12 will be a hotel. There will be 223 residential units. Completion is targeted for 2019.

One Madison

23e22One Madison is a 53 unit, 60-story sliver of a building. The building features a swimming pool, party room, theatre room, caterer's kitchen with dining area and exercise room. After the financial crisis the project relaunched in 2013. Rupert Murdoch spent $57 million on a triplex penthouse. Prices range form $8.995 - $37.5 million.

One57 @157 West 57th

one57Be a part of true luxury and sophistication in the tallest residential structure in the city. One57 is a premier residential condominium community with 95 apartments all flourishing above the 21st floor with the renowned park Hyatt located underneath. Designed by Pritzker-prize winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, enjoy the best of everything at One57.

56 Leonard Street

56-Leonard56 Leonard Street has become a global landmark and captured the world's attention due to it's beauty.  The exterior offers an asymmetrical design with whimsical irregularities as a glass expression of sculpted surfaces, cantilevers and sparkling transparency.  Soon-to-be home to 60 floors with 145 apartments, this residence is now rising in Tribeca with meticulous design from Swiss architectural firm Herzog & De Meuron.



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