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NEW DEVELOPMENT: Related and Oxford reveal 35 Hudson renderings

First look at 35 Hudson

Related Companies and Oxford Properties released “first look” renderings of at 35 Hudson Yards this week.
The tallest residential development at Hudson Yards, 35 Hudson Yards have 143 condos, an “extensive” suite of private amenities, an Equinox club and spa, and “next-generation” services offered by Equinox Hotel.

When complete, the tower will rise 92 stories and offer panoramic views of the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline.

Tony Ingrao, the AD100 designer for celebrities, is designing the residences and the amenities at the building.

The limestone and glass tower was designed by David Childs and Skidmore Owings & Merril construction is underway. Occupancy is salted for 2019.

Sales underway at luxury Williamsburg boutique

With first closings slated for early 2019, 308 N 7th Street, a condo in Williamsburg, has officially launched sales.

The boutique building — one of the last in the city to have a 15-year 421-A tax abatement — will have 45 units, including three penthouses and three garden-level homes, spread across nine floors.

The condominiums will range from one to three bedrooms and 29 will have private outdoor space.

According to Omri Sachs, co-founder of Adam America Real Estate, which is developing the building along with Naveh Shuster Group, “308 N 7th represents a significant turn toward luxury for the borough, and we are proud to be at the forefront of that change.”

Isaac & Stern Architects have crafted a distressed brick façade for the ground-up building located on the site of a former soap factory.

Interiors were designed by Paris Farino to maximize views and outdoor space.

Amenities located on the penthouse level include a fitness room, terrace equipped for barbecuing, private cabanas available for purchase, and a children’s playroom.

On the ground floor there will be a package room and bike room. 23 private indoor parking spaces will also be available for purchase.

Sales and marketing are being led by The Shemesh Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate. Prices will start at $840,000.

OTTO opens to renters

Stellar Management just announced the opening of OTTO, the developer’s eight-story property at 211 McGuinness Boulevard in Greenpoint.

Leasing is underway and the first residents will start moving in October 1.

OTTO offers 197 studio, one, and two- bedroom rental units with floor-to-ceiling windows, washers and dryers, Latch fixtures, dishwashers, and many with private outdoor space. Prices start at $2,339 per month.

Adam Roman,COO and Principal at Stellar Management, said, “We’re true believers in the neighborhood, with its great access to public transportation, beautiful green spaces, the incredible community and it’s fantastic people.”

OTTO is steps from the G train, has its own dedicated Chariot stop, and is a short walk from the East River Ferry.

It has a full-time doorman with package and storage rooms, on-site car and bike parking. The roof is occupied by a swimming pool and hot tub, outdoor TV, multiple BBQ grills, and a grassy lawn.

Amenities include a tenant-share library and co-working space and game room with a fireplace, TV and pool table. The lounge has a full kitchen, bathroom, and direct access to an outdoor garden. The gym is located on the top floor.

The building was designed by Gene Kaufman Architects and is the architect’s first project in Greenpoint. Leasing is being handled by CitiHabitats and retail by Levitan Real Estate.

Local heroes unveil Cobble Hill House

The Cobble Hill House at 78 Amity Street, developed by Vega Management, made its debut to the marketplace this week.

The five-story building on the corner of Amity Street and Hicks Street will have 27 luxury condos designed by local architect Brendan Coburn of CWB Architects.

Interiors, common spaces and amenity spaces are designed by Brooklyn’s The Meshberg Group.

Developers Brandon Hornbeck and Yvonne Lee of Vega Management have lived in the neighborhood for 15 years. Coburn is a second-generation Brooklyn architect. Designer Adam Meshberg is a 14-year borough resident.

Apartments at The Cobble Hill House, comprised of one- to three-bedrooms, feature open plan living areas, triple-glazed soundproof parlor-style windows, high ceilings and handcrafted white oak herringbone floors.
Five penthouses have private rooftop terraces with gas, water and electric connections, and most units have views of the River and Lower Manhattan.

On-site indoor parking in an underground garage is accessed directly by elevator and a rooftop terrace overlooks Downtown Manhattan. Amenities include a fitness center, children’s playroom, package room, virtual doorman and storage included with each apartment.

Deborah Rieders of The Corcoran Group is leading sales. Prices range from $725,000 for a one-bedroom to $3.675 million for a three-bedroom penthouse with private outdoor space. Occupancy is projected for the 4th quarter of 2018.

Sales milestone at Tangram

F&T Group and SCG America announced that the first residential phase of Tangram — the 1.2-million-square-foot, mixed-use development in Flushing, Queens — is near sellout.

Fewer than five percent of its 192 residences are still available. Located along 39th Avenue, Tangram House South includes 33 penthouses with interiors by JG Neukomm Architecture.

Tangram will bring a total of 320-plus luxury residences to Flushing, and will unveil phase two by the end of the year.

Sales for the 130-plus residences within Tangram House West are set to launch this winter.
The development will include a hotel, food hall movie theater and a 12-story office condo tower.

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