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NEW DEVELOPMENTS: Serhants signs on at Austin Nichols House, leasing underway at EVGB

● KUSHNER COS./LIVWRK HOLDINGS
Serhant joins sales at Austin Nicols

Ryan Serhant is taking over sales and marketing at Austin Nichols House on the Williamsburg Waterfront.

The building has had over 100 closings since last June. Serhant and his team have been hired to continue that momentum, according to co-developer LIVWRK Holdings.

“We are thrilled to announce our collaboration with The Serhant Team New Development Group. Ryan and his team have demonstrated to be exceptionally regimented, passionate, and driven. We look forward to a successful partnership,” said Asher Abehsera, LIVWRK Holdings.

Originally conceived by Cass Gilbert in the early 20th century, Austin Nichols House has been re-designed by Morris Adjmi as studio to three bedroom condos with high, beamed ceilings, tobacco smoked oak flooring, concrete columns and Manhattan skyline views.

Encompassing an entire city block, the building has a fitness center, on-site parking, full-time doorman, second floor zen garden and third floor courtyard spanning the entire interior core of the building.

The Lighthouse Condo and Spa.

There is also a screening room, lounge and catering kitchen, playroom, business center, sound-proof jam room, outdoor fireplace and a roof deck.

● RYCHIK DEVELOPMENT CORP.
Serhant selling Lighthouse condos

Ryan Serhant and his team at Nest Seekers have taken on sales at The Lighthouse Condo and Spa.

A collaboration between Rychik Development Corp. and Bricolage Designs, The Lighthouse is located at 1769 East 13th Street.

The seven-story angular glass boutique houses 11 condominiums with modern open plan layouts, European oak flooring, floor-to-ceiling wall-to-wall windows, kitchens with Fisher & Paykel appliances, washer/dryers. Some have private outdoor space.

Residents have access to a private spa with an indoor pool, whirlpool tub, sauna and steam room. The building also has a common rooftop deck.

● EXTELL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
Leasing underway at EVGB

Leasing is underway at Extell’s new rental building in the East Village, EVGB.

Located at 510 East 14th Street, EVGB features 110 luxury rentals, many of which include private outdoor space.

Nextell’s EVGB in the East Village.

The seven-story development located between Avenue A and Avenue B offers unit with generous floor plans, state-of-the-art kitchens, large bathrooms, a washer & dryer, walk-in closets, and private outdoor space in a majority of the units.

Anna Zarro, Senior Vice President of Extell Marketing Group, is handling leasing.

EVGB’s offerings include a programmed rooftop with an al fresco dining area with grilling stations, fire pits, wet bar, bocce court, putting green, yoga and HIIT workout area and an outdoor shower.

Indoor amenities include a two-level fitness center, indoor saltwater lap pool, residents lounge, playroom, and doorman.

The building is anchored by retail giant, Target.

Designed by Beyer Blinder Belle with interiors by McGinley Design, residences range from studio lofts to three bedroom layouts. Leasing prices start at $3,695.

● COGSWELL LEE DEVELOPMENT
Streitʼs factory reborn as condo

Cogswell Lee Development has topped out 150 Rivington on the Lower East Side.

150 Rivington on the Lower East Side.

The boutique luxury residence designed by Gluck + now stands seven stories tall.

The project will yield 45 new condominiums, each averaging 1,054 s/f. To date, 40 percent of the units have sold, leaving 27 on the market.

Stribling Marketing Associates is leading sales. Prices start at $1 million for one-bedroom units, with three-bedroom units starting at $2.7 million. Four penthouse units each with private outdoor terraces and views of the city skyline are available.

The building is crowned by a communal outdoor terrace on the rooftop.

150 Rivington is sited atop the former Streit’s Matzo Factory, three blocks from the Delancey-Essex Street Subway Station. The project is expected to be completed in 2018.

● RELATED COMPANIES
15 Hudson Yards tops out

Related Sales announced that Fifteen Hudson Yards, the site’s first tower with for-sale residences, has topped out and now stands more than 900 ft.

Sales of the 285 condominiums have now surpassed 50 percent.

“The excitement surrounding the Hudson Yards neighborhood has far exceeded everyone’s expectations,” said Jeff Blau, CEO of Related Companies. “With more than half of the 285 residences selling in less than a year and a half, and 92 percent of our available commercial office space already spoken for, we have demonstrated that Hudson Yards is where New Yorkers want to live and work.”

Developers Related Cos. and Oxford Properties Group plan to open the entire first phase of the 28-acre Hudson yards — which includes the Public Square and Gardens and its centerpiece, Vessel, and The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards – next March.

Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group, Fifteen Hudson Yards offers one- to four-bedroom condos priced from $3.9 million for a two-bedroom to $32 million for duplex penthouse 88B.

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