Moving in day at 530 Park
The offering plan at 530 Park Avenue, a luxury residential condominium developed by New York City-based real estate firm RFR, has been declared effective.
First closings have begun and prospective buyers now have the ability to close and move into their new homes.
“We are thrilled to welcome our initial buyers into their new homes at 530 Park Avenue and also excited to have the ability to offer new buyers a fast closing,” said Jay Solinsky, president of Classic Marketing, the exclusive sales agent for the property.
“530 Park Avenue offers some of the most distinct and sizeable homes on the Upper East Side. This is a great time for people to come and visit the sales gallery.”
Offering a mix of one to four bedrooms, 530 Park Avenue boasts modern amenities including 24-hour concierge service, fitness facility and children’s creativity center.
First floor amenity spaces, crafted by architect William T. Georgis, feature a sitting room with media center, a wood paneled library with a billiard table and lounge and a catering kitchen.
530 Park Avenue partnered with the Sant Ambroeus restaurant to provide five-star room service and full-service catering to residents.
●madison equities / property markets group
Soho tower get gets the okay
Developers Madison Equities and Property Markets Group announced that they have received NYC Board of Standards & Appeals approval on the design of a planned residential condominium at 10 Sullivan Street in SoHo.
The Board voted unanimously last week to approve the developer’s plans for 10 Sullivan to be transformed into a 204-foot high, 16-story condominium tower with four adjoining 25 ft. wide townhouses.
Designed by architect Cary Tamarkin, sales are expected to launch in the first quarter of 2014.
Corcoran agents Julia Cahill and Marie-Claire Gladstone will handle sales and marketing at an off-site sales office.
Situated on a triangular-shaped site on Sullivan Street with 6th Avenue to the west, Spring Street to the north and Broome Street to the south, 10 Sullivan will highlight the property’s unique shape.
Rounded glass windows will define the building’s southern prow, surrounding the living rooms and allowing for panoramic views.
The building’s façade will feature a corbelled black and blonde Norman brick exterior with large classic industrial-style windows.
Another record at One Museum Mile
One Museum Mile, the new residential condominium at 1280 Fifth Avenue on Central Park in Manhattan, has reached 90 percent closed and in contract.
The development has closed 33 sales in the past six months totaling more than $65 million, announced CORE, the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the building.
Recent sales include a three-bedroom that closed for $3.745 million or $2,133 psf, the highest price per square foot ever achieved for an apartment in the neighborhood.
The sale broke the previous record held by another three-bedroom apartment at One Museum Mile, which sold for $2,030 psf.
“This milestone is as much a testament to this exquisite Robert A.M. Stern building as it is to the transformation of perception. At the top of Central Park, this is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the city,” said Tom Postilio, CORE’s director of sales for One Museum Mile.
“We have again toppled our previous record pricing. This neighborhood is not emerging — it is blossoming.”
Among the remaining units are a one-bedroom, 1,200 s/f unit with private terrace offered at $1.395 million. Two-bedrooms with Central Park views start at $1.725 million, and three-bedroom homes start at $1.895 million.
● alchemy properties
Townhome prizes up for grabs
Alchemy Properties has only three of the 11 townhomes left for sale at Sackett Union, the modern new development in the Carroll Gardens neighborhood.
“The townhomes at Sackett Union are rare gems in the current market, in that they offer modern townhome living in a beautiful historic setting,” noted Ken Horn, president of Alchemy Properties.
“Owners benefit not only from private parking, but also have access to use the sprawling fitness facility and children’s playroom at the development’s neighboring condominium building.”
Located on Sackett Street, each of the three remaining townhomes is configured to offer a triplex 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath residence with roof terrace, along with a garden level one-bedroom, one-bath unit, with an option to be converted to a single-family home if desired.
Two of the townhomes offer over 4,200 s/f of living space and are priced at $3.680 million.
The third offers 4,010 s/f space and is priced at $3.475 million.