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NEW DEVELOPMENT: 19 Dutch debuts, leasing starts at 245 East 78th Street

19 Dutch makes its debut

Carmel Partners has introduced 19 Dutch, a 770 ft. glass tower designed by GKV Architects with interiors by Colum McCartan.

The only new construction rental development being introduced this year in the Financial District,, the tower has 483 studios to two-bedrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, cerused oak flooring and natural interiors.

Apartments are all wired for smart home devices, with keyless access and temperature control.

Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, club lounge and canteen, media center with private meeting rooms and communal work spaces, demonstration kitchen with chefs table, billiards room, café lounge, library and playroom.

The building’s fitness club and terrace provide residents with spaces for boxing, cardio, TRX, weights, spinning and yoga.

On the 64th floor is the communal sky lounge with an enclosed sunroom and terrace gardens. 8,100 s/f of retail is located at the base of the building.

Resident services include a daily hospitality cart and coffee service, chilled towel service in the fitness center, concierge and valet service and programmed, weekly resident events.

Pricing starts in the low $3,000s, with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing as the exclusive leasing firm.

Leasing underway at 245 E78th

Leasing is underway at Copperwood Real Estate’s 245 East 78th Street, 22 reimagined luxury rental apartments on the Upper East Side.

Stribling Marketing Associates is handling leasing and marketing for the project.

Originally designed in 1905 by New York architect George Pelham, 245 East 78th Street offers new, two- and three- bedroom apartments, two duplex penthouses each with four bedrooms and 900 s/f private terraces as well as 11 ft. ceilings on the upper level. Two garden units, each with three-bedrooms and a downstairs recreation room, feature 450 s/f private gardens.

Residents can enjoy a landscaped common roof terrace, a fitness center with a walkout courtyard, private storage and bicycle room, as well as an attended lobby.

Interiors are designed by Hohm Collective and BKSK Architects. Each residence features new, double glazed custom European casement windows, individually-controlled multi-zone heating and cooling systems, custom rift and quarter sawn white oak flooring, walk-in closets in the master bedrooms, and in-unit washers and vented dryers.

The kitchens have custom cabinetry by PoggenPohl, Bosch vented stovetops and dishwashers, Caesarstone countertops and backsplash.

Apartment rents start at $6,150 per month for a two-bedroom. Three-bedrooms start at $11,150 a month with move-ins expected to commence in late summer of 2018.

Builder tapped for long-stalled Crown Heights corner

JRM Construction Management (JRM) has been commissioned to construct One Sullivan Street, a 12-story, 60,000 s/f residential building in Brooklyn, slated for completion in 2019.

Located along Prospect Park, the building will be suspended by two 25-foot cantilevers over existing six-story adjacent buildings and will comprise of 48 units and feature a cellar space.

The complex development will offer apartment units that range in size from studio to one-, two-, and three bedrooms that are complemented by full on-site amenities and underground parking, according to the builder.

“Our core and shell division was established to accommodate our clients’ most challenging large-scale, ground up construction projects, so we are excited and proud to be the chosen firm for this intricate, unique cantilevered residence,” said Kevin Griffin, JRM’s Director of the Core and Shell Division.

New rental is a glass act

ASH NYC, a Brooklyn-based development and design firm, in partnership with Martin Lomazow, legacy owner of the original Dannenhoffer Opalescent Glassworks factory, announced the official launch of leasing of Glassworks Bushwick.

The new mixed-use rental at 336 Himrod Street will offer 63 studios to three-bedrooms, as well as a selection of penthouses with almost every unit providing private outdoor space from Juliet balconies, full balconies, terraces, mezzanines and yard space.

With architecture and interiors designed by ASH NYC, Glassworks Bushwick is centered around the rehabilitation of the original Dannenhoffer Opalescent Glassworks factory.

ASH NYC constructed two new structures that straddle the original factory on each end in two unique architectural styles.

On the north is a neo-modernist building featuring a dark stucco façade and smoked glass balconies, while on the south is a contemporary interpretation of early 20th century loft buildings.

Connected internally, the half-block development will offer residents a 1,700 s/f roof and deck with BBQ area designed by Brooklyn Grange, a cobblestone paved rear yard, community and private workspaces, book share library, fitness room, bike parking, and access to garage parking and on-site laundry.

EXR is the exclusive leasing agent. Rents range from $2,500 to $3,800 for a three bedroom.

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