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New Developments: Sales start at The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria

● Dajia Insurance Group
Sales start soon at The Towers of the
Waldorf Astoria

The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria will be launching sales officially in early 2020, following renovations inside the iconic property that built in 1931.
Involved in the project with developer Anbang International, a subsidiary of Dajila, are Jean-Louis Deniot, who designed the residential interiors and amenities, Pierre-Yves Rochon, who imagined the hotel interiors and legacy public spaces, and art collector and auctioneer Simon de Pury curated the art collection for the residents of the Towers.

Douglas Elliman Development Marketing will be leading exclusive sales and marketing for the Towers, located at 303 Park Avenue.
Along with 375 condominiums in the Towers atop the 375-key newly-constructed Waldorf Astoria New York hotel, residents will have over 50,000 s/f of private residential amenities, as well as access to the hotel’s more than 100,000 s/f of amenities.

● Meridian Properties
Permits filed for Bay Ridge building

Meridian Properties, LLC has filed applications for a five-story, 32-unit mixed-use property at 8101 Third Avenue in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn. The 32,000-s/f property is one of the first new residential developments to be built in the South Brooklyn neighborhood in decades and will also include a small, ground-level commercial space. In addition, 8101 Third Avenue will feature an amenities package with fitness center, conference/business room, residents lounge, furnished roof deck, package room, bike room, virtual doorman, and on-site parking.

“I was born and raised in Bay Ridge, where there has been virtually no new construction in years,” points out Michael Niamonitakis, co-founding principal of Meridian Properties. “This is an exceptionally personal project for me and my partners, so we made sure to include great layouts and amenities, as well as access to beautiful Brooklyn views.”

Designed by architecture firm Sam Wieder Associates (SWA) with one-and-two-bedroom units, exclusively, the layouts range from 550 s/f to 1,100 s/f and include a penthouse unit with wraparound terrace. The project, which has a 35-year, 421A tax exemption and 70/30 affordability component based on the local A.M.I., is projected for completion in 2021.

● JMF Properties
NJ rental welcomes first residents

Quin Sleepy Hollow, a rental community that recently launched leasing in Plainfield, New Jersey, has officially its welcomed first residents as of November 1, developer JMF Properties said.

Located at 1400 South Avenue, between the Netherwood and Fanwood train stations, Quin Sleepy Hollow offers quick access to transit as well as apartments indoor and outdoor amenities. Rents start from the low $1,800s for one-bedroom layouts and the low $2,200s for two-bedroom layouts, and limited-time grand opening incentives are still available.

The homes include nine-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows, plank flooring throughout the living areas, chef-inspired kitchens with two-toned European cabinetry and white quartz countertops, and an oversized, front-loading washer/dryer combo. A variety of one- and two-bedroom layouts are available, with den options, private garage parking, additional storage, and private outdoor space in select residences. The development also has over 10,000 s/f of amenities, including resident lounge with billiards, library, a theater/screening room, business center, fitness center, meditation room and yoga and spin room with virtual fitness training.

Outside, there’s an outdoor lounge with double-sided fireplace, courtyard seating area, barbecue grills, and a bicycle library. The pet-friendly community will also feature a bark park.

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