Blackhouse, a New York based integrated real estate group, has announced three new luxury residential condo projects in downtown Manhattan.
Blackhouse’s latest development plans include Casa Bella Artes with Workshop/apd based in Manhattan, Soori High Line, designed by Singaporean firm SCDA, and an upcoming project on Bowery designed by Brazil-based Isay Weinfeld.
“Blackhouse collaborates with world-class architects and innovative designers to offer a distinctive portfolio of properties that change the narrative of real estate development in New York,” said Sean Ludwick, partner at Blackhouse Development.
“By partnering with Isay Weinfeld, SCDA and Workshop/apd on these exciting new projects, we look forward to offering our global buyers the ultimate in forward-thinking luxury design with international sensibilities.”
Designed by Workshop/apd, Casa Bella Artes will feature six luxury condos on the High Line with custom design features and 12-16 ft. ceilings, creating the ideal space for showcasing fine works of art and sculptures.
Located in theWest Chelsea neighborhood, Soori High Line, developed by Blackhouse and Oriel, will feature 27 ultra luxury apartments with interior pools, a Japanese restaurant and lobby bar, modern design and views of the High Line and Hudson River.
Designed by Singaporean SCDA, Soori High Line features a contemporary authentic Asian- inspired design. Each apartment will be customizable as well as offer state-of-the-art appliances and technology features.
Blackhouse’s third project, Maison Dragão, located on the Bowery on the Lower East Side, is designed by São Paulo based architect and designer Isay Weinfeld.
The building will feature 25 high-end luxury condos with personalized concierge services and a high-end boutique restaurant on the ground floor.
Casa Bella Artes and Soori High Line are scheduled to begin construction in January 2014 and should both be completed within 24 months.
Blackhouse is an integrated real estate group building commercial, hospitality and residential developments. Partners Sean Ludwick, Saif Sumaida and Ashwin Verma have a development and construction management portfolio of more than 30 properties across New York City, including Hotel Americano and 520 W 27th Street.