The full 46th floor, 4,500 SF 3 BR 3.5 Bath residence at 111 West 57th Street went to contract last week after the original 2016 list price of $28.5 million was increased to $30 million. On the Upper East Side during the same time period a 5,452 SF 5 BR 7.5 Bath penthouse with 3 terraces at Beckford Tower, 301 East 80th Street, went to contract after the original 2019 list price of $25 million was increased to $27.495 million. [Mansion Global]
The full 17th floor 5BR penthouse at 109 East 79th Street that listed for $29,350,000 is in contract. The 6,548 sqft residence has 336 sqft of exterior space comprised of two south facing balconies. Apartment features include floor to ceiling casement style windows; four exposures; skyline and Central Park views; white oak flooring; and 10’2″ ceilings. The 20 story 31 unit brick and limestone new development is designed by Steven Harris Architects. Amenities at the building include a gym, a squash/sports court, a movement studio, a library, a private garden, a screening room, a dog grooming station, concierge services, a game room, bicycle storage, a spa with a treatment room, an infrared sauna, a steam room and a hair salon. [Mansion Global]
Steps away from Central Park, 7 West 57th is a boutique condominium designed for comfort and privacy. Located near Fifth Avenue in Midtown, the building features a collection of spacious two-bedroom residences that each occupy their own floor, and include private elevator landings. The interiors were curated by Calvin Tsao of Tsao & McKown. Select residences feature private outdoor space and Central Park views. Sales launch this month.
Number of units: 15
Pricing: Prices start at $3.95 million
Developer/Architect: The Soloviev Group/Hill West and Whitehall
Unit sizes: Full-floor two-bedroom homes between 1,522 and 2,920 square feet. Select residences include private outdoor terraces.
Amenities: Virtual lifestyle concierge services will be run by LivUnLTD, and residents will have a 24-hour doorman as well as access to exclusive partnerships with nearby businesses, including parking and signing privileges at restaurant Cucina 8 ½ at 9W57. (Parking is available for an additional fee.)
393 West End Avenue
393 West End Avenue marks the redevelopment of a landmark 1927 Upper West Side building into modern condos with a pre-war character. Developer Rabina has partnered with architecture and design firm CetraRuddy to reimagine the building’s Collegiate Gothic style to blend modern design and amenity touches into the building’s more classic features. The building is located one block from Riverside Park and the Hudson River. Sales launching this spring.
Number of units: 75
Pricing: Sales launch with three-bedrooms starting at $3.718 million. (Prices for other unit sizes are not yet available.)
Unit sizes: A mix of one-, two-, three- and four-bedrooms
Amenities: include a children’s playroom; private work and study spaces with direct access to a courtyard; and a fitness center.
The Edison Gramercy
A new boutique condo project in Manhattan’s exclusive Gramercy enclave, The Edison Gramercy is inspired by the pre-war and European-style architecture of the surrounding neighborhood. Sales will launch this spring. Interiors by Paris Forino Design in collaboration with staging firm ASH NYC complement the classic design conceived by Issac & Stern Architects. Individual residences are designed with 10-foot ceilings and oversized custom windows, some including Juliet balconies.
Number of units: 54
Pricing: Approximately $895,000 to more than $6 million
Developer/Architect: Urban Development Partners/Issac & Stern Architects
Unit sizes: Studios to four-bedrooms
Amenities: The Edison Gramercy features wellness and social amenities including a resident’s lounge and yoga garden; sun terrace; and a roof deck inspired by nearby Gramercy Park.
New Development Preview Spring 2022: [Mansion Global]