HAVE YOUR HEARD ….
HALSTEAD PROPERTY clients are looking at properties in a whole new way.
Through a partnership with Drone Helicopter Imagery, Halstead’s high-end suburban listings now feature ultra-high resolution photographs from bird’s-eye angles, captured by a camera mounted on a remote-control helicopter.
The photos allow the consumer to take in the scope of land, the accurate size of the home, and the beauty of its architecture, according to the company.
THE Residences at 400 Fifth continued with a sporting theme last weekend with a welcome party for a group of tennis pros
Chinese tennis star Li Na, along with other tennis greats like Andy Roddick, in town for the US Open, attended a reception in the penthouse of the condominum that sits atop the Setai.
The week before, the stars of Spanish soccer team A.C. Milan were at the same venue where they received a New York welcome from developer Guiseppe Rossi.Defender Luca Antonini, said, “I thought the penthouse was very beautiful. If I ever came to New York I would love to live somewhere like that.”
The Private Residences at 400 Fifth Avenue are now over 60 percent sold. Prices start at $1,365,000 for a one bedroom with penthouses starting at $15 million.
APARTMENT #3 at 53 Leonard Street in Tribeca has sold for $6.15 million to an LLC, according to public records.
The 4,050 s/f, three-bedroom, three-bath loft occupies a full floor and boasts 21 windows and an outdoor balcony off the master bedroom, according to Halstead broker Richard Orenstein’s listing.
The loft was listed for $5.99 million and entered contract after 22 days, according to StreetEasy.