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NEW DEVELOPMENT; Sales get underway at 35 Hudson Yards; Anchor House opens in Astoria

Sales get underway at 35 Hudson

Related unveiled renderings for 35 Hudson Yards, the 1,000 ft. tower that will be the tallest residential building in the Hudson Yards neighborhood.
Sales will kick off Friday, the same day Hudson Yards officially opens.
The glass and limestone tower features architecture by David Childs and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; interiors by designer Tony Ingrao; and lifestyle services provided by Equinox Hotel.
The tower will have 143 two- to six-bedroom condos starting on the 53rd floor. 22,000 s/f of services and amenities will include priority reservations at the in-building culinary offerings, which includes a new restaurant concept by Stephen Starr with in-residence dining.
Residents will also enjoy memberships and a short elevator ride to the 60,000 s/f Equinox Fitness Club and Spa and SoulCycle.
Two- to six-bedroom apartments have entry foyers and galleries built to accommodate works of art, great rooms with 11 ft. ceilings and living areas with large expanses of glass,.
The lobby will have custom tapestries designed by artist Helena Hernmarck and a suite of amenity spaces spans the entire 6th floor, including a fitness center, lounge with billiard table, golf simulator lounge with minibar, boardroom and private office suites, screening room, library, private dining room and children’s playroom.
The 24th floor offers the west-facing Grand Terrace and Grand Dining Room, an expansive event space that can host seated events for more than 50 guests.
35 Hudson Yards is the second building in the new neighborhood to offer for-sale residences. 15 Hudson Yards, designed Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group, is already 60 percent sold. Apartments will be priced from $5 million. Related Sales and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group are the exclusive sales and marketing agents.

Anchor’s away in Astoria

Anchor House Condominiums, a new luxury condo at 31-10 28th Road in Astoria, Queens, has officially launched sales.
Situated steps from the 30th Avenue subway station, the five-story building adds 16 one- and two-bedrooms homes to the neighborhood.
Prices are projected to start at $576,000 for a one-bedroom and range up to $1.71 million.
Modern Spaces is exclusively handling the marketing and sales for the property.
Designed by T.F. Cusanelli & Filletti Architects P.C., Anchor House homes range from 499 to 884 s/f with white lacquer and oak kitchens furnished with stainless-steel appliances and in-unit LG washer and dryers.
All homes above the second-floor feature expansive outdoor terraces.
Anchor House is steps from the N,W subway trains, making for a 10 minute subway ride into Manhattan.
Amenities include a rooftop lounge, fitness center, storage units, bike storage and parking for purchase.

Flushing’s Farrington open for business

The Farrington, a new luxury development at 134-37 35th Avenue in Flushing, Queens, has launched sales.
The 100-unit condo offers one- and two-bedroom units from 566 to 1,115 s/f.
At the base of the building, a 14,911 s/f space is designated for commercial use.
The 15-story property was developed by Century Development Group. Modern Spaces is exclusively handling the marketing and sales.
New York-based architect Raymond Chan Architect designed The Farrington with a glass and dark wood panel façade and modern interiors with open layouts.
The interior has been designed by Andres Escobar. Kitchens are designed with Barcelona Oak engineered flooring, Quartz countertops and stainless-steel Bertazzoni ranges and exhaust hoods
Amenities include a recreational room, indoor lap pool, fitness center and several outdoor entertainment and lounge spaces, which includes a furnished rooftop terrace.
The new project is attached to the Sheraton’s Four Points hotel, near The Shops at SkyView Center, the 7 train via the Flushing Main Street subway station, Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), and LaGuardia International Airport.

Cliffside condos unveiled

Manhattan Building Company has released 60 condos at The Cliffs Collection for sale.
The sales launch follows the completion of a modernization program at the five-story former rental which includes a new suite of amenities that incorporates elements of Blue Zone Living, a lifestyle concept emphasizing a balance of diet, good habits and social engagement to initiate healthier, happier and longer lives. Cuddling the Basalt Cliffs on Jersey City’s Hoboken border, the ine-time factory building has been redesigned to combine industrial flair with a health and wellness lifestyle .
Loft-style residences offer studio-to-four-bedrooms at introductory prices starting from the $500,000s.
Residences are fully customizable, allowing for buyers to work with in-house designers or on their own to tailor their new home. Located at 100 Paterson Plank Road in Jersey City, the pre-war building began life in the early 1900s as a boiler factory, and its classic exterior has been restored.
The 2nd Street Light Rail Station is steps from The Cliffs Collection, providing access to both downtown Jersey City and uptown Hoboken.

Leasing on track at The Mason

The Mason M.V.S., a new transit-oriented community in Mamaroneck Village Station featuring luxury rentals, has opened its onsite leasing office and model homes.
The Mason features 96 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments located across three buildings, as well as four townhomes.

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The Marketing Directors is exclusively managing the leasing effort.
Contemporary units have high ceilings, plank flooring, kitchens with quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances, Kohler bathrooms and in-home washer and dryer.
Corner residences have balconies and two of the buildings have penthouse rooftop terraces.
Amenities include a Fitness & Wellness Center featuring a Fitness-on-Demand Studio with Peloton and Matrix cardio equipment; indoor/outdoor amenity deck with BBQ, fire pit, outdoor kitchen and sun loungers; residents’ lounge with billiards and private conference center; on-site covered parking; and a dog run.
Net-effective monthly rents, which include one month free on a 13-month lease, are from $2,220 for studios to $3,440 for two-bedrooms.

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