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NEW DEVELOPMENT: Leasing begins at 393 West End Ave, City Tower opens in Brooklyn

● Simon Baron / Quadrum Global
Leasing underway at 393 West End Ave.

Simon Baron Development and Quadrum Global, co-developers of 393 West End Avenue, a 43-unit, 17-story, high-end residential conversion on the Upper West Side, announced that leasing has commenced.

393 West End Avenue
393 West End Avenue

A landmarked development, 393 West End Avenue has been reimagined as luxury rental residences by interior architect, Vicente Wolf of Vicente Wolf Associates, Inc.

With architecture by KinlinRutherfurd Architects, the building has homes ranging from 796 s/f, one-bedrooms to 2,274 s/f four-bedrooms.

All homes are equipped with rift-cut and solid oak floors, contemporary kitchens with Liebherr refrigerators, Bertazonni gas ranges and microwaves, Bosch dishwashers and an Electrolux wine cooler.
The building has a 24-hour concierge, landscaped roof deck, a recreation room, a courtyard, fitness center with yoga studio and a children’s playroom.

With leasing and marketing being handled by The Marketing Directors, pricing starts from $5,775 per month for a one-bedroom, from $8,700 for a two-bedroom, from $12,500 from a three-bedroom, and from $26,245 per month for a four-bedroom penthouse. Occupancy is slated to start in November.

● Euro Properties
Boutique launches with prices starting at $5M

Euro Properties announced the start of sales for its boutique condominium development, 118 East 59th Street.

118 E. 59th Street
118 E. 59th Street

Designed inside and out by architect Soo K. Chan of SCDA Architects, 118 East 59th Street offers 29 full-floor or larger residences in a mix of two- to four-bedrooms starting at $5 million, including a limited

number of duplexes and an exclusive triplex penthouse. Residences sales and marketing are handled exclusively by Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing, with a team led by Stephen Kliegerman.

Rising 40-stories tall, the tower offers homes with floor-to-ceiling windows, solid oak wood flooring, double height living rooms in selected units, and integrated lighting designed by Fisher Marantz Stone.
Custom SCDA-designed open concept kitchens are outfitted with high-end matte lacquer cabinetry by Studio Becker and Gaggenau appliances.

The lobby is staffed by an attaché curated by Abigail Michaels. There are two floors dedicated to social and leisure amenities, including a resident’s lounge, Tranquility Terrace, catering kitchen and the terrace dining room. A spa facility features a private treatment lounge.

● Brodsky Organization
City Tower opens in Brooklyn

The Brodsky Organization announced that City Tower, the residential component of Downtown Brooklyn’s City Point development, has opened for leasing.

City Tower
City Tower

Located at 10 City Point Place, City Tower represents The Brodsky Organization’s first venture into the Brooklyn marketplace, expanding the company’s portfolio of over 80 properties to the emerging neighborhood.

Designed by COOKFOX with exterior curtain wall cladding by Permasteelisa Group, the 48-story full-service rental property, aspiring to LEED silver certification, offers 440 studio, one- and two-bedroom residences beginning on the 20th floor.

Each residence is outfitted with oak plank flooring, custom cabinetry, and recessed lighting in kitchens.

Kitchens have panelized appliances from Bertazonni, Bosch and Blomberg, a washer/dryer, and pantries in select kitchens.

Over 23,000 s/f of indoor and outdoor spaces include a quarter acre green terrace on the 18th floor, and a landscaped sky terrace on the 43rd floor, a basketball court, health club, and residents’ lounge with café.

Pricing starts at $2,450 per month for a studio, $3,000 for a junior one-bedroom, $3,300 for a one-bedroom, and $4,500for a two-bedroom.

Glassy Gowanus building unveiled

The architecture, design-build and development firm Jorge Mastropietro Architects Atelier (JMA) has announced a new, five-story multifamily building project in Brooklyn, N.Y.

The 50-foot-tall, five-unit property will have four condos with two bedrooms each, averaging about 1,300 s/f. A duplex is planned for the cellar and first floor. Every unit will have private outdoor space.

The glassy structure will fill a currently underused lot on 16th Street near 3rd Avenue in the South Slope neighborhood of Gowanus.

DGSIR to market The Bridges

Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty has been selected as the exclusive sales and marketing team for The Bridges at Whitestone.

The property — with water-views encompassing Whitestone’s two landmark bridges — is the largest high-end single-family development currently under construction in Queens.

Designed by architect Frank Petruso, the 45 homes will range from 2,000 to 3,750 s/f.

The one-family detached dream homes will feature water views, top of the line finishes, all brick construction, covered patios and finished basements.

The developer, Queens native Tim O’Sullivan of O’Sullivan Builders & Developers, has said prices will be from $1.628 million to just over $2 million.

Patricia Moroney and Donna Rubertone, from DGS’s Manhasset and Queens offices, will be in charge of sales.

The organization’s award-winning Marketing and Technology group, led by SVP James P. Retz, will be handling the marketing for The Bridges at Whitestone.

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