New Construction + Condos

Queens and Brooklyn: More new condos are headed your way

By Mayra David  | October 19, 2016 - 8:59AM

The Pierhouse at 90 Furman Street in Brooklyn offers outdoor space with a view.

Toll Brothers City Living

Yes, Brooklyn and, to a lesser extent, Queens, is seeing a glut of new rental buildings, leading to a softening in the market. But renters aren't the only ones gaining access to a new crop of options—buyers are, too. There are multi-tower complexes and intimate boutique buildings making their debut, and regardless of building size, amenities abound in these new offerings. More often than not, they include drool-worthy outdoor spaces (seven acre landscaped terrace or al fresco dining facilities, anyone?) and a ton of wellness options like pools and gyms. And of course, something only buildings in these outer boroughs can offer: gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline.



The Monarch 

A 21-unit building with a mix of one- to three-bedroom apartments that will feature a play room, gym, a virtual doorman and onsite parking and bike storage.

Address: 47-05 5th Street, Hunters Point, Long Island City
Sales: Began early fall 2016
Pricing: Starts at $700,000
Developer: Newman Design Architecture
Marketing and sales: Modern Spaces


The Grand at Sky View Parc 

750 studios and one- to four-bedroom apartments in a 24-hour doorman building. It will feature a seven-acre rooftop garden, two pools, a basketball court and tennis courts. In addition, residents have access to a private club with entertainment center, and a full-service spa, lounge, and fitness center.

Address: 131-05 40th Road, Flushing
Sales: Open now; occupancy expected in 2017
Pricing: Around $550,000 to $2.6 million
Developer: Onex Real Estate Partners, who are handling marketing and sales



164 South Oxford Street and 171 South Portland Avenue

The project consists of two buildings connected by a 60-foot rear yard, and has a total of 16 one- to four-bedroom units and duplexed garden penthouses.

Address: 164 South Oxford Street and 171 South Portland Avenue, Fort Greene
Sales:Launched in September 2016
Pricing: 164 South Oxford Street two-bedrooms start at $1.425 million; 171 South Portland Avenue prices range from $1.725 million to $2.65 million for one- to four-bedroom units.
Developer: East River Partners
Marketing and sales: MNS


50 Greenpoint Avenue  

A seven-story, 44-unit building located along the East River. Apartments will run the gamut from one- to three-bedroom units. Amenities will include an attended lobby, landscaped roof deck, lounge with fireplace, playroom, fitness center, and private parking.

Address: 50 Greenpoint Avenue, Greepoint
Sales: Fall 2016
Pricing: Starting at around $700,000
Developer: Evenhar Development Corporation
Marketing and sales: Aguayo Team at Halstead Property Development Marketing


Renderings courtesy of Millarc









48 apartments from studios to four-bedoom units, some with private terraces; 37 units are priced at market rate (the rest are offered as affordable housing). Building amenities include an attended lobby, fully-automated parking garage, lounge with library, media center, a terrace and a landscaped, a furnished courtyard with cooking and dining facilities, a rooftop garden, a shower, a fitness center, bike storage, and private storage.

Address: 500 Waverly Avenue, Clinton Hill
Sales: Fall 2016 with occupancy slated for late 2016 to early 2017
Pricing: Starts at $595,000 for studios, around $790,000 for one-bedrooms, and up to approximately $2.4 million for a four-bedroom penthouse
Developer: Orange Management
Marketing and sales: Exclusively through MNS


Image credit: ARTSQUAD LLC.








324 Twenty 

Seven two- to three-bedrooms, including some duplexes. The building will have a landscaped roof deck, bike room, and private storage included with each unit.

Address: 324 20th Street, Greenwood Heights
Sales: Launching fall 2016 with occupancy slated for early 2017
Pricing: Will start at $1.2 million
Developer: HPI Development
Marketing and sales: Stribling Marketing Associates



Two separate buildings with 106 units, mostly duplexes and many with private outdoor space. Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, several fitness centers with meditation studio, residents’ lounges, playroom, pet spa, refrigerated storage, bike room, and onsite valet parking. Residents may also take advantage of the amenities offered in the adjacent hotel, 1 Hotel.

Address: 90 Furman Street and 130 Furman Street, Brooklyn Bridge Park
Sales: Has been on the market; occupancy begins in fall 2016
Pricing: Starting around $2.9 million
Developer: Toll Brothers City Living and Starwood Capital Group
Marketing and sales: Toll Brothers City Living and the Corcoran Group


The Standish

31 units comprising one- to five-bedroom apartments in a historic beaux-arts building. Amenities will include a fitness center with yoga area, concierge service, playroom, private storage, and bike room.

Address: 171 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn Heights
Sales: September 2016 with occupancy slated for summer 2017
Pricing: Start at $1.29 million
Developer: DDG and Westbrook Properties
Marketing and Sales: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group


South 1st

This project has 32 units ranging from studios to three-bedrooms and will have a landscaped terrace and garden lounge, gym, bike storage, private storage available for purchase, and on-site parking.

Address: 190 South 1st Street, Williamsburg
Sales: Fall 2016 with occupancy slated in 2017
Pricing: At about $575,000 to $4.5 million
Developer: Adam America and The Naveh Shuster Group
Marketing and sales: MNS Real Estate

729 Decatur Street Condominium

A six-unit building comprising four studios and two one-bedrooms, one of which is a duplex.

Address: 729 Decatur Street, Bushwick
Sales: Launching late October 2016, with occupancy slated for early 2017
Pricing: To be announced
Developer: Brookland Capital
Marketing and sales: Citi Habitats New Developments


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