Aurum, a new full-service condominium in Central Harlem, has released photos of its new, two-bedroom model home.
The Krantz + Krantz Team from Halstead Property Development Marketing is handling the sales.
The two-bedroom, two-bath condos start at $956,000. Features include white oak, wide plank wood flooring, stainless steel Energy Star appliances, in-unit washers and exterior vented dryers, as well as high-efficiency double paned windows with trickle vents. Select residences also include private outdoor space.
Located at 2231 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, the eight-story building is over 70 percent sold.
Aurum was developed by New York-based BRP Companies with a variety of luxury amenities including a 24-hour attended lobby, roof deck, gym, lounge, and bike room.
The building also features a 25-year, 421-A tax abatement and is designed to LEED Gold specifications, with its own co-generation power plant to provide clean energy, heating and cooling.
The property has received its temporary certificate of occupancy (TCO) and closings and move-ins have started.
● BOROUGH EQUITIES
UWS boutique hits market
Evan Shaffer of Douglas Elliman is bringing Ivy Park, a boutique new development, to market this month.
Located at 952 Columbus Avenue, on the site of the former Upper West Side Pentecostal Church of God, the 15-unit property has been developed by Borough Equities.
Borough Equities is giving the entire ground floor of commercial space to the church.
Units feature white oak floors, floor-to-celling windows and Hansgrohe polished fixtures. the building offers residents a 1,000 s/f entry courtyard, fitness center, rooftop lounge, storage for each apartment and a bicycle Room.
Prices range from $885,000 for a one bedroom, 1-bath to $2.75 million for a three bedroom penthouse.
● CORIGIN / FLORIDA EAST COAST REALTY
Last call at 20 East End Avenue
Closings are underway at 20 East End Avenue, the building designed inside and out by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
Corigin Real Estate Group, along with its partner Florida East Coast Realty, announced the the building has achieved record-breaking prices for East End Avenue.
Stern has called it his “most intricate boutique residential building in New York to date.”
“We are incredibly proud to be nearing completion, and for residents to experience the meticulous attention to detail that Robert A.M. Stern Architects put into each and every aspect of the building. It has been a rare pleasure working with Mr. Stern and his partners Paul Whalen and Michael Jones,” said Edward Baquero, president of Corigin Real Estate Group.
20 East End Avenue is one of only a handful of buildings in New York City with a gated porte-cochère entrance and motor court.
Residences consists of 41 two- to six-bedroom homes including three triplex town homes and two penthouses which will be offered for sale in early 2017.
Amenities include a library, billiards room, game room, 8,000-bottle capacity wine cellar with private dining room with vaulted ceilings, as well as temperature and humidity controlled wine armoires available for purchase.
The lower level of the building includes a game room Junior Lounge; a 3,000 s/f fitness center and spa, private bicycle and storage area; and an emergency generator for prime building systems.
20 East End Avenue has a limited selection of homes still available for sale, ranging in price from $4,535,000 to $14,950,000, with town home and penthouse information available upon request.
Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the exclusive marketing and sales agent.
Midwood Investment & Development has launched The Williams, the 13-story, 82-unit luxury rental at 282 South 5th Street in South Williamsburg.
As Midwood’s first ground-up residential development in Brooklyn, the team tapped renowned architect Morris Adjmi to bring his vision to the project, which is offering immediate occupancy.
“South Williamsburg is emerging as one of Brooklyn’s most attractive neighborhoods, offering an evolving scene of boutiques, restaurants and a vibrant waterfront with the convenience of being just one stop to Manhattan,” said Mehul J. Patel, COO of Midwood.
“We anticipate a great response from the neighborhood and real estate community as we are offering thoughtful layouts, sensational views, stunning outdoor spaces and the kind of sleek, modern appointments rarely found in a rental residence.”
Offering a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom homes, The Williams has an attended lobby, a lounge with billiards and conference room, fitness center and yoga room, children’s playroom, designated laundry room, bicycle and stroller storage and an indoor pet spa.
Storage lockers, vegetable garden plots and on-site parking are also available for an additional fee.
It also offers the largest outdoor amenity spaces in Brooklyn with more than a half-acre garden terrace with café lounge seating, walkways, grassy areas and a dog run plus a second rooftop terrace with BBQ, fire pit, lounge area and an outdoor shower.
With The Marketing Directors exclusively handling leasing and marketing for The Williams, pricing starts at $2,675 per month for a studio, $3,325 per month for a one-bedroom home, and $4,725 per month for a two-bedroom home.
● IDEAL PROEPRTIES GROUP
Leasing underway at 107 Skillman
Ideal Properties Group has launched 107 Skillman in Williamsburg, a collection of contemporary rental units.
The newly converted early 20th century restoration features six residences, offering two duplex homes that share a dedicated outdoor space with landscaping, patio set and barbeque.
The no-fee rental units start at $3,662.
The three-bedroom and 1.5-bath penthouses have skylights and 12 ft. ceilings.
Kitchens have modern white custom cabinetry, quartz counter tops, herringbone porcelain back splash and a stainless-steel appliance package.
The building also features an off-site concierge intercom system and security cameras, as well as a washer and dryer onsite.
● TOLL BROTHERS
The Morgan nears finish line
Toll Brothers Apartment Living, along with Joint Venture Partner AECOM Capital, announced The Morgan at Provost Square, a 417-unit residence located in Jersey City, is now 95 percent leased and in less than a year after its opening.
Offering views of Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, and New Jersey, The Morgan offers an assortment of studios to three-bedroom homes and all-inclusive lifestyle.
The Morgan has “an outdoor oasis” where residents can lounge or take an dip in the swimming pool, and entertain guests in the open air entertainment lounge that includes fire pit, grills, and a large-screen television.
The building also offers a 24-hour concierge, state of the art fitness center and residents’ club, as well as a yoga studio and children’s playroom. A reading room provides a quiet space to escape, while an on-site, custom-designed pub provides a lively place to watch a sports game with friends or host guests.
The Morgan is the first of a three-building complex named Provost Square.
When complete, Provost Square will include a performing arts center with a 550-seat theater, ground floor retail space, a pedestrian plaza and indoor parking. One block from the Grove Street PATH station, The Morgan is close to great shopping, dining and many neighborhood hot-spots.