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NEW DEVELOPMENT: Bronx condo plan unveiled; Boutique opens in Clinton Hill

● HELLO LIVING
Bronx condo in the pipeline

Brooklyn-based developer Hello Living has purchased a development site at 1049 Washington Avenue in the South Bronx with plans to build a new condo.
Located in the Morrisania section of the Bronx, the property will be reintroduced as a 104-unit condominium building, featuring 74,896 s/f of residential space, 48,364 s/f of community facilities, and 27,065 s/f for retail space.
ND Architecture & Design is the architect of record. Rendering pictured top.
Each residence, from studios to four bedrooms, will feature triple-pane windows and doors, stainless steel appliances, and floor-through units with front and back terraces.

● IDEAL PROPERTIES
Ideal launches Clinton Hill boutique

Ideal Properties Group, has launched sales at launched 373 Classon in Clinton Hill.
The boutique development features four newly-constructed two- and three-bedroom simplex and duplex residences starting at $899,000.
373 Classon has a bronze louver façade. Each unit has a full-floor layout with a windowed vestibule foyer. Kitchens have stainless steel GE appliances. Master bedrooms are en suite and feature tubs and radiant heated floors.
Units have central heating and cooling and laundry closet with GE washer and dryer.

● RELATED / OXFORD
Skytop lounge unveiled

Hudson Yards unveiled a new suite of amenities on the Skytop level of Fifteen Hudson Yards.
Located more than 900 feet in the air, Skytop is the highest outdoor residential roof deck in New York City and is part of the tower’s 40,000 s/f of wellness, entertainment and leisure package.
Skytop has an open-air terrace with planters and 14 ft. oak trees. Two indoor event spaces – a private dining room and a lounge – flank the terraces and offer residents the opportunity to host events and gatherings.
“Our buyers have been extremely enthusiastic about Skytop,” said Sherry Tobak, senior vice president of Related Sales.
“Located at the pinnacle of the building, the Skytop at Fifteen Hudson Yards is an architectural marvel that lends a one-of-a-kind outdoor experience unlike anything offered before in New York City, and is a perfect complement to the building’s expansive amenity offerings, and the larger neighborhood opening this Spring.”
The entire 50th and 51st floors of the tower — designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group — are devoted to amenities and include an aquatics center, private spa, beauty bar, fitness center, screening room, golf club lounge, wine storage and tasting room, business center, collaborative work space, and more.
Remaining residences at Fifteen Hudson Yards are priced from $3.9 million for a 2- bedroom to $32 million for duplex penthouse 88B. Related Sales and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group are the exclusive sales and marketing agents.

 

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