● NAFTALI GROUP
Sales underway at Two Ten W77th
Sales have launched at the Naftali Group’s Two Ten West 77th Street, the new construction offering on the Upper West Side
The 18-story condo has 25 luxury residences designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen and inspired by natural materials and Danish modernism.
The new building is near Central Park, the American Museum of Natural History and Riverside Park.
Clad in hand-formed Danish brick, the façade has Juliet balconies with oversized mahogany windows.
“Two Ten West 77 presented a unique opportunity to innovate architecturally while respecting of the character and beauty of the Upper West Side historic district,” said Miki Naftali, founder, chairman, CEO of the Naftali Group.
The 77th Street residencesinclude half and full floor homes with open layouts. Some have fireplaces and private outdoor terraces. They range in size from 2,058 s/f three-bedrooms to a 5,973 s/f duplex penthouse with outdoor space.
Every residence will be privately accessed by an elevator that opens directly into the residence.
Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the exclusive selling agent for Two Ten West 77, which has a 24-hour doorman/concierge, a roof terrace, fitness center, bicycle storage.
Prices range from $4,850,000 to over $21,000,000. Occupancy is slated for the first quarter of 2016.
● corigin real estate
Stern style stamped on condos
Robert A.M. Stern Architects and developer Corigin Real Estate Group, along with its partner, Florida East Coast Realty, will bring 20 East End Avenue to market in the fall.
The 43-residence Upper East Side condominium sits at the corner of 80th Street and East End Avenue. Marketing and sales will be managed by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group.
“20 East End Avenue will change the way people think about new-classic design. We have evolved from classic roots to exceed today’s modern benchmarks for luxury, without compromising our commitment to the refinement and lifestyle principles of the past,” said Edward Baquero, president of Corigin Real Estate Group.
“We believe 20 East End Avenue will set the new standard for how to live as a family in the city today, and we are grateful to be able to do it within this magical enclave of the Upper East Side called East End Avenue.”
20 East End Avenue will have a double-height motor court drive and townhouse entries on East 80th Street and another entrance on East End Avenue.
Ceilings are 11 ft., windows are over-sized and the building’s brick is handset grey Indiana limestone dotted with Juliet balconies and setback roof terraces.
From the lobby, a three-tiered, circular staircase leads to a library on the second level, adjacent to which is a billiard room and private poker room. One level down from the lobby is a wine cellar and private dining room.
“20 East End Avenue offers a level of fine living you cannot get elsewhere. From the secure privacy of the porte-cochere, to the high ceilings, to the fabulous amenities – all of my agents are excited about this one,” commented Pamela Liebman, president and CEO of Corcoran.
●world wide group / rose associates
First wave of sales at 57th Street showstopper
World Wide Group and Rose Associates have launched sales at 252 East 57th Street, a curved glass tower anchoring the eastern end of Manhattan’s 57th Street luxury residential corridor.
Located at the nexus of Sutton Place and Upper East Side neighborhoods, 252 is a collection of 93 condos in a distinctive 700 ft. tower.
Interiors by Daniel Romualdez blend bold, warm and welcoming. Apartments range from 1,730 s/f two bedrooms to 5,242 f five bedrooms, as well as a single duplex and an 8,139 s/f full floor penthouse.
The building has an attended and gated porte-cochere (parking lot) where vehicles are moves into the building’s automated parking system.
Amenities include a lounge, library, dining room with seating for over 30 guests, a meeting room, billiard room, screening room, gym and two fully furnished guest suites.
A spa offers a 75-foot indoor swimming pool with sauna, steam, treatment and ice rooms. Additional amenities include a music & DJ room, children’s playroom, and dog grooming.
Prices start at $4.5 million. Stribling Marketing Associates is the exclusive sales and firm.
● metro loft developers
Greenwich Street go-getters
Metro Loft Developers officially launched sales at its new luxury condo at 443 Greenwich Street with news that 17 apartment has already been sold in the 53-unit building.
Cantor-Pecorella is the exclusive marketing and sales agent for the building, which is slate for occupancy in the spring of 2016.
Three of the building’s eight penthouses are in contract, including a $27.5 million four bedroom and a $20.5 million three bedroom, which both have large terraces.
Built between 1882 and 1884 and originally designed by architect Charles Coolidge Haight, 443 Greenwich Street is a landmarked building with a 4,000 s/f interior garden courtyard which is also landmarked. The building is listed with the Federal Government as a historic site.
New York architectural firm CetraRuddy is responsible for the building’s current renovations and interiors, transforming the building into 45 lofts and eight penthouses. The building is aiming for LEED Gold or Silver certification.
The building has a landscaped roof deck, 71 ft. indoor lap pool, Hamam urkish steam bath, a parking garage with an electric charging station, nine passenger elevators that provide direct access to each unit, a gym, wine cellar, individual storage rooms, children’s playroom and bike room.
● AARE / NAVEH SHUSTER / HORIZON
LES is more at 100 Norfolk
Adam America Real Estate (AARE), in partnership with The Naveh Shuster Group and The Horizon Group, announced the launch of sales at 100 Norfolk, a new condo on the Lower East Side.
The chiseled glass and truss tower, designed by Eran Chen of ODA, offers 38 homes. Ariel Tirosh of Douglas Elliman is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the property.
“Our motivation in developing 100 Norfolk was to capture the beauty and vitality of the Lower East Side,” said Omri Sachs, co-founder of AARE.
“We often look to develop in neighborhoods that we feel are on the verge, and the Lower East Side is absolutely becoming a sought-after destination – not only to shop, play and dine – but to live comfortably,” said Dalia Shuster of The Naveh Shuster Group.
100 Norfolk features a striking glass façade with reversed glass tiers that allowed the developer to create interior green, park-like spaces.
Consisting of studio through three-bedroom residences, all of the homes have double pane floor-to-ceiling windows, oak flooring, and ample closet space.
Open custom kitchens feature Quartz counter tops and backslashes, high gloss lacquer cabinetry locally manufactured by Bazzeo, and top-of-the-line appliances by Gaggenau.
Each home is equipped with its own washer and dryer as well as central air and heating systems.
Construction is expected to be completed in late 2015 and prices will range from $800,000 to over $4 million.
● thomas sung
Bell rings at School House
Modern Spaces launched the leasing campaign for The School House at 371 Madison Street on the Lower East Side.
Developer Thomas Sung transformed the former PS 12 elementary school into 117 loft-style rentals with a mix of one- and two-bedrooms.
Eric Benaim, CEO and president of Modern Spaces, said he thinks that “creative, forward-thinking New Yorkers will be attracted to the spacious homes and will appreciate the diversity and energy of the neighborhood.”
Apartments have high ceilings and amenities include an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a 2,515 s/f resident’s lounge, onsite laundry facilities, two outdoor courtyards and a doorman. Rents start at $2,900.