●Golden Asset LLC
BOND to market new UES rental
BOND New York has been retained by the developer Golden Asset, LLC to market and lease the 82 units in a 20-story modern new rental development located at 501 East 74th Street in the Lenox Hill.
The Upper East Side development has been designed by Stephen B. Jacobs Group Architects with Andi Pepper Interior Design.
The building will have 34 studios, 16 one bedrooms, 29 two bedrooms, three three bedrooms and four penthouse layouts, including a 2,700 s/f duplex.
The majority of units will have balconies or private terraces and the building will have a 24-hour doorman, two common roof decks, one with an outdoor kitchen, a tenant lounge with kitchen and entertaining area, library, social areas, a gym, yoga room, playroom, storage facility and bicycle room.
Although rent prices have not yet been finalized, penthouse units are expected to be listed above $20,000 per month.
“We are excited to be working with BOND New York, who bring a dynamic combination of creativity, salesmanship and management to this new project,” said John Ohebshalom of Golden Asset, LLC.
Douglas Wagner, director of brokerage service at BOND New Yorksaid the leasing campaign is expected to launch during the summer of 2015.
●Wire International Realty
Leasing starts at church conversion
WIRE International Realty announced that 232 Adelphi Street, a newly converted and landmarked building in Fort Greene, has begun leasing.
The former Carlton Mews Church has been converted into 24 custom homes. Available inventory includes 12 duplexes and triplexes: two studios, four one-bedrooms, four two-bedrooms, and two three-bedrooms.
Each unit has a sun-drenched open floor plan, premier appliances and finishes and vaulted, steel-beam ceilings.
The property has a manicured rear garden, dedicated storage bins and additional basement storage for bicycles and other items.
One- and two-year leases are being offered, and monthly rates start at $2,995.
Santo Rosabianca is leading the marketing team at WIRE International.
●Sugar Hill Capital Partners
Former pub open for business
Sales are underway at the newly restored 2ND7TH, a collection of four three-bedroom, floor-through, luxury condos, developed by Sugar Hill Capital Partners.
Sugar Hill restored the property at 187 Seventh Avenue, which served for many years as the popular Landmark Pub.
“2ND7TH seeks to seamlessly blend the historic charm of the prime Park Slope neighborhood with contemporary living,” said Jeremy Salzberg, a partner at Sugar Hill Capital.
Debra Bondy and Lisa Detwiler of The Corcoran Group are handling sales and marketing for the project.
Conceived by New Amsterdam Design Associates, 2ND7TH features a restored brick façade with glass turret defined by architectural louvers.
The property has a private keyed elevator and a 24-hour virtual doorman while each home features European wide oak plank floors, 8-10 ft. ceilings, a glass fireplace flanked by travertine slabs, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
“Apartments of this size, with this level of quality finishes, are very rare in Park Slope and we are thrilled to bring the concept of luxury horizontal townhouses to the neighborhood. Because of the grand scale of these floor-through units, 2ND7TH has the feel of brownstone living with all the convenience of modern condo amenities,” said Bondy.
Prices start at $3.2 million.