New Construction + Condos

Roundup: A new crop of condos debuts in Manhattan

By Mayra David | October 13, 2016 - 8:59AM 

A rendering of the exterior of 252 East 57th Street, a new condo, shows off the spectacular views of Midtown Manhattan and beyond.

There’s no shortage of inventory in this development-hungry city. And as these newest additions to the real estate stockpile prove: Developers are eager to offer something for everyone in the amenity department. Health takes center stage, of course, with virtually all buildings offering fitness facilities, but some still take the cake with such over-the-top features as golf simulators and private saltwater pools. Meet the newcomers:

Upper West Side


This prewar-inspired new construction project will feature amenities such as  a playroom, gym, storage, and a 24-hour attended lobby. Its 19 apartments will be a mix of two- to five-bedroom residences.

Address: 207 West 79th Street
Sales: Launching this fall with occupancy slated for the fall of 2017
Pricing: Approximately $3.9 million to over $12 million
Developer and architect: Anbau/Morris Adjmi Architects
Marketing and sales: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group

Two Ten West 77

25 half- and full-floor units, some with fireplaces and private outdoor terraces. The 18-story building has a fitness center, a marble steam room, cedar lined sauna, and sports court.

Address: 210 West 77th Street
Sales: Occupancy begins this fall
Pricing: Ranges from $4.95 million to $21.5 million
Developer: Naftali Group
Marketing and sales: Stribling Marketing Associates

The Chamberlain

39 units comprised of two- to five-bedroom apartments, two townhouses, and three penthouses. The building will feature a 24-hour concierge, private central garden, a library lounge, fitness center, playroom, and a multi-purpose court with various athletic and screening room capabilities.

Address: 269 West 87th Street
Sales: Launching this fall
Pricing: Starting from $2.5 million
Developer: Simon Baron Development and Quadrum Global
Marketing and sales: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing

Upper East Side

12 E 88

A 24-unit, thirteen-story prewar condo conversion—the legendary Rosario Candela is its architect—featuring a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, children’s playroom, storage, and a roof terrace.

Address; 12 East 88th Street
Sales: Begin this month with immediate occupancy
Pricing: Will start from $3 million
Developer: Simon Baron
Marketing and sales: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing

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The Clare

A 19-story, 24-hour doorman building with unit sizes ranging from studios to three-bedroom apartments, some with private outdoor space. The building will feature radiant-floor heating throughout; one floor is dedicated to amenities such as a fitness center, flex-room available for classes and personal training, a lounge with bar and entertainment area, an 800-square-foot terrace, and a bike room.

Address: 301 East 61st Street
Sales: Starting now
Pricing: $800,000 to $8.9 million
Developer: Real Estate Inverlad Development LLC together with Third Palm Capital LLC
Marketing and sales: The Shemesh Team at the Corcoran Group


252 East 57th Street

A project with 93 two- to five-bedroom units; amenities include personalized concierge services, a gated and attended porte-cochere with automated parking and electric car charging stations, and a 75-foot swimming pool with hydrotherapy circuit spa.

Address: 252 East 57th Street
Sales: Ongoing, and occupancy begins now 
Pricing: Starts from $3.975 million
Developer: World Wide Group and Rose Associates
Marketing and sales: Stribling Marketing Associates

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The Residences at 200 East 59

A 35-story, 67-unit building with one- and two-bedroom corner units with terraces, plus full-floor penthouses. The building will feature a residents’ lounge, a private dining room with catering kitchen, a landscaped outdoor terrace with kitchen and dinging facilities, fitness center, bike storage, common laundry facility, valet parking, and storage services.

Address:  200 East 59th Street
Sales: Launch is slated for late fall or early winter
Pricing: To be announced
Developer:  Macklowe Properties
Marketing and sales: To be announced


An 18-unit school-to-condo conversion with two- and three-bedroom residences. The building will include a fitness center with an adjacent outdoor lounge.

Address: 520 West 45th Street
Sales: Launch is schedule for mid-October 2016
Pricing: Two-bedroom units will start at $1.78 million, three-bedroom units will start at $2.8 million
Developer: Gotham Organization
Marketing and sales: Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing

The Sutton

113 units comprised of studios and one- to four-bedroom apartments. Building features include 24-hour lobby attendant, residents’ garden, fitness center, children’s playroom, residents’ lounge with fireplace, and bike storage.

Address: 959 First Avenue
Sales: Occupany in September 2016
Pricing: ranges from $1,809,990 to $4,329,990
Developer: Toll Brothers City Living, who are also handling marketing and sales

Upper Manhattan

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1399 Park Avenue

72 units ranging from studios to four-bedroom apartments in a 23-story, 24-hour doorman building featuring indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces, billiards room, library, gym, playroom, and on-site parking.

Address: 1399 Park Avenue
Sales: Beginning now with occupancy slated for fall 2017
Pricing: Ranges from $680,000 to over $3 million
Developer: Heritage Real Estate Partners
Marketing and sales: Corcoran Real Estate Group


The Style in Harlem

A combination of two adjacent buildings with 31 units comprised of studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments, all with washers and dryers. The buildings feature a virtual doorman, resident lounge, a landscaped courtyard, a fitness center with yoga area, a pet spa, and bike storage room.

Address: 51 East 131st Street and 48 East 142nd Street
Sales: Starts now
Prices: Starting from $349,000
Developer: The Fane Organization
Marketing and sales: Halstead Property Development Marketing

Downtown Manhattan

15 Hudson Yards

One- to four-bedroom residences with varying floorplans. The building will have an entire floor of health-and-wellness facilities, including a 75-foot poo, spa, salon, and fitness center. Another floor will feature lounges, a soundproof screening and performance room, private dining room, wine storage rooms, and business centers with conference and printing capabilities.  

Address: 15 Hudson Yards
Sales: Launching now
Pricing: Ranges from $2.4 million to $30 million
Developer: Related Companies
Marketing and sales: Related Sales LLC and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group




Gramercy Square 

223 units, from studios and one-bedrooms to four-bedroom, all across four interconnected buildings. Amenities include a 75-foot skylighted pool, hot tub, sauna, and steam rooms, gym and yoga studio, playroom, golf simulator, media room and dining facilities with wine cellar and catering kitchen, a lounge with adjacent garden. Landscaped outdoor areas will include a central courtyard, walking paths, and common rooftop terrace, and valet parking.

Address: 215 East 19th Street, 225 East 19th Street, 220 East 20th Street and 230 East 20th Street
Sales: Launching now, with occupancy slated for late 2017
Pricing: Starting from $1.215 million
Developer: Clipper Equity and Chetrit Group
Marketing and sales:  Douglas Elliman Development Marketing


A 21-unit project comprised of one- to four-bedroom apartments, some with private outdoor space. Amenities will include a drawing room, fitness center and spa facilities with plunge pool and treatment room, a rooftop garden, bike storage, private storage rooms for purchase, and a full-time concierge.

Address: 211 West 14th Street
Sales: Launching in fall 2016 with occupancy slated for 2017
Pricing: Starts at $1.675 million
Developer name: Adellco
Marketing and sales: Stribling Marketing Associates


565 Broome 

A 30-story building with 115 units—from studios to four-bedrooms (including duplexes and penthouses). Building perks include 24-hour concierge, a gated motor court and automated parking system, a 55-foot saltwater lap pool (some units will have their own saltwater pool and terrace), fitness center with sauna and steam rooms, media room, playroom, and a conservatory with library and wet bar.

Address: 565 Broome Street
Sales: Just launched with closings and occupancy slated for fall 2018
Pricing: Ranges between $1 million to over $20 million.
Developer: Bizzi & Partners with Arnov Development and Halpern Real Estate Ventures
Marketing and sales: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing

42 Crosby  

A seven-story building with ten units comprised of nine three-bedroom apartments and one five-bedroom penthouse. The building will have on-site private parking with a car elevator and electric car charging port, private storage rooms, electronic key-card security system, porte-cochere, cold storage, and a package room.
Address: 42 Crosby Street
Sales: Launching now, with occupancy slated for January 2017
Pricing: Starts at $8.25 million
Developer: Atlas Capital Group and Square Mile Capital
Marketing and sales: CORE

63 Greene

A 23-unit building with a part-time doorman, common roof deck, bike storage room, package room.

Address: 63 Greene Street
Sales: Begins now and into 2017; occupancy slated for November 2016
Pricing: From $2.375 million to $12.95 million
Developer name: AION Partners
Marketing and sales: Stribling Marketing Associates

415 East 6th

Three units in a historic building that once served as a synagogue with original stained-glass features and private, keyed elevator entrance. There are two two-bedrooms, and one duplex penthouse with two private terraces.

Address: 415 East 6th Street
Sales: Launched September 2016, with closings expected by end of 2016
Pricing: Two-bedrooms are $2.95 million and $3.25 million apiece; the penthouse is asking $4.395 million
Developer: East River Partners
Marketing and sales: Stribling Marketing Associates


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