NEW DEVELOPMENT: Facade complete at 19 Park Place; Gaia launches sales at The Vantage

● ABN REALTY LLC
19 Park facade complete

19 Park Place

Ismael Leyva Architects announced the building façade completion at 19 Park Place, a 21-story luxury development in TriBeCa.
Ismael Leyva Architects served as both design and interior architect for this luxury New York City downtown residential development.
19 Park Place is nearly 300 feet tall and features a 25 ft. wide façade. The luxury condominium developed by ABN Realty LLC will comprise 24 residences, including 11 full-floor units on the upper floors, a duplex on the seventh-eighth floors and a duplex penthouse residence. The project is slated for completion at the end of 2017.
“We’re excited to see the construction progress at 19 Park Place and have the building take its shape and form on this challenging site,” said Ismael Leyva, president of Ismael Leyva Architects.
Spanning approximately 53,000 s/f, 19 Park Place will have a double-height lobby and amenities that include a fitness center, residential lounge with a public terrace, and two rooftop terraces for select units.
Each residence will have a circular balcony with glass railings; the 8th floor, 12th floor and the penthouse residences will have terraces with glass railings. The through lot allows residences to have frontage on both east and west facades.
Halstead Property is the exclusive agent for the property.

● GAIA REAL ESTATE
Sales launched at The Vantage
GAIA Real Estate has launched sales at The Vantage, a recently converted condominium in Murray Hill.
GAIA worked with designer Andres Escobar to completely reimagine the interiors, including apartment layouts and design, to amenity spaces.

The Vantage

Located at 308 E. 38th Street, between First and Second Avenues in Murray Hill, The Vantage is a 22-story condominium offering 94 residences ready for immediate occupancy.
Ranging in size from 645 to 1,295 s/f, units are priced from $875,000 to $2.63 million.
“We are thrilled to open sales at The Vantage, which offers modern, sophisticated living spaces in one of New York City’s fastest-growing neighborhoods – all with one of the lowest price points of any new development in Midtown Manhattan,” said Danny Fishman, managing partner of GAIA. Escobar redesigned the interior spaces with a downtown, loft-like feel. The one and two bedroom homes are designed with open, modern layouts with five-inch birch hardwood flooring in Biscayne Bay.
Amenities include a rooftop sundeck, fitness and yoga rooms, bicycle storage, individual apartment storage units, resident lounge, co-working space, 24-hour doorman and live-in super.

● GEMDALE / MADISON EQUITIES / PIZZAROTTI
Ground broken for 45 Broad

45 Broad Street

Gemdale USA, the Pizzarotti Group, and Madison Equities have broken ground for 45 Broad Street, what will be the tallest residential tower downtown.
Designed by architecture firm CetraRuddy, the new building is a slender, tall tower.
According to Curbed, it will have 206 luxury condos ranging from studio to three-bedrooms with prices starting just under $1 million up to $6 million.
Floors one through eight in the 66-story building will feature offices geared towards millenials, according to Curbed. Apartments will start at about 230 ft. above ground, and go up to 990 feet.
The groundbreaking also saw the start of construction of the installation of two elevator entrances to the Broad Street J/Z station. The additional entrances, which are financed by the partnership and were approved by the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission, will be open to all New Yorkers, making the subway more easily accessible for all.

● MILAN ASSOCIATES
BOND to lease Central Park homes

BOND NEW YORK has been retained by developer Milan Associates, to market and lease the 15 newly converted units inside a former brownstone mansion in the Central Park Historic District.
Leasing has begun in the restored Romanesque Revival property located three buildings west of the park at 14 West 69th Street.

14 West 69th

Originally built in 1896 as a mansion by brownstone architect Gilbert Schellenger, the property has been divided into 15 luxury units.
The building is now composed of seven studios, five one-bedrooms and three two-bedroom duplexes. Features include restored original woodwork, antique carved wooden mantels, paneling and moldings, high ceilings, stainless steel kitchens, marble baths air conditioning and independent climate control, washer-dryers and video intercom.
“BOND New York has been a fundamental part of this project since we first acquired the property, and they have been a valuable consultant and partner in the planning and execution of our redevelopment,” said Thijs Menger, managing partner of Milan Associates. “We look forward to their marketing and leasing as we enter the next phase of identifying tenants.”

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