● JD Carlisle Development, Fosun International
NoMad condo launches sales
JD Carlisle Development and Fosun International Limited have launched sales at Madison House, the new, 199-unit condominium tower at 15 East 30th Street (pictured top).
Standing 805 feet tall, Madison House is the tallest residential tower in NoMad, with exterior design by Handel Architects and interiors by Gachot Studios. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing’s Leonard Inzirillo, Natalie Rakowski, Matthew Gulker, and Evan Shaffer will be the exclusive sales team for Madison House.
The building’s exterior features a glass façade with white terra cotta boning. Madison House is a decagon and features 10 corners, a rare building layout that ensures all of the homes have a column-less corner window. Coupled with Madison House’s location and height, residences start at 150 feet above grade.
Amenities include a 75-foot lap pool, hot tub and cold plunge pool, a spa, gym, golf simulator, children’s play room, and a wood-lined library, a landscaped rooftop garden and private lounge with chef’s kitchen and dining room.
Pricing for one-bedroom residences begin at $1.4M, with occupancy expected Fall 2020.
● General Investment and Development Group
New releases at Waterline Square
Waterline Square, a three-tower project on the Upper West Side, has launched leasing for its collection of studio to four-bedroom rental homes.
With architecture by Richard Meier & Partners, Rafael Viñoly Architects and KPF, plus interiors by Champalimaud, Yabu Pushelberg and Groves & Co., the residences have floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchen islands, walk-in closets, wine refrigerators, vented washer-dryers and five-fixture bathrooms.
All three towers offer amenities and services including attended lobbies, valet parking garages, refrigerated storage, dog washing facilities and complimentary shuttle service to/from Columbus Circle.
Each tower also has its own collection of amenity spaces that can be used by all residents and include private dining rooms, libraries and furnished terraces.
The Waterline Club — the 100,000 s/f shared amenities space that is designed by Rockwell Group, open to all residents — features sports and fitness, swim and spa, leisure and social, creative, children’s and pets’ spaces including an indoor tennis court. There is also a 2.6-acre park and a hospitality program with concepts by Cipriani and Empellón.
Rentals start at $4,130 per month .
● RXR Realty
Douglas Elliman marketing Ritz- Carlton Residences in Long Island
RXR Realty, the developer of the Ritz-Carlton Residences at North Hills and The Beacon at Garvies Point,has appointed Douglas Elliman Development Marketing as the exclusive marketing and sales team for both residential condominium projects.
The marketing effort for the property, located on Long Island’s Gold Coast, will be led by top Douglas Elliman agent, Maria Babaev.
The development is comprised of five buildings and 244 residences with 30 unique designs and combination opportunities as well as a clubhouse.
The Beacon at Garvies Point is 167 LEED-certified condominiums all set within 56 waterfront acres. The Beacon offers a marina, rental buildings, recreation, beach and restaurants.
● Tom Wu
‘Smarthomes’ for sale in LIC
Sales have launched at 5 Court Square, a new, 11-story luxury glass tower, adding 58 “smart tech” homes to Long Island City’s Court Square neighborhood.
Modern Spaces is exclusively handling marketing and sales for the building, where one to three-bedroom units range in price from $825,000 to $2.785M.
Homes at 5 Court Square feature smart tech features such as Latch smart-lock door systems, TOTO Neorest dual flush toilets, Wemo Wi-Fi smart light switches and more – most of which can be controlled by an app. There’s an Amazon Hub in the building, GD Arredamenti – Italy Kitchen Cabinet & Bathroom Vanity with LED downlights, Hunter Douglas Roller and Shades with motorized and Wi-Fi controlled in all rooms, Heatwave System in all bathrooms, Nest Protect Smoke Detector, Nest Thermostat and Google Assistant in all units.
Units range in size from 574 to 1,731 s/f. Amenities include a resident lounge with balcony, children’s playroom, fitness center, private terraces in select units and a door-man from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Designed by My Architect PC, 5 Court Square is less than 200 feet away from Court Square station.
● Rockfarmer Properties
Astoria co-op releases new units
RockFarmer Properties has sold over 30 percent of its renovated units at the co-op conversion Astoria Lights. The company is now releasing the next set of homes available to the market as the construction of new amenities at Astoria Lights progresses.
Prices for the newly available homes start at $475,000 for one-bedrooms and $599,000 for two bedrooms, respectively.
Corcoran is the exclusive marketing and sales agent representing Astoria Lights.
Originally built in 1929, the pre-war development was converted into co-op apartments. Now, with the second phase of the project underway, an additional 38 residences have been made available for sale.
Located at 24-39, 24-51, 24-65 and 24-75 38th Street, Astoria Lights offers one to four-bedroom homes and feature a mix of loft-style and classic layouts. A limited selection of large duplex residences are also available.
Renovation efforts at Astoria Lights are well underway for the second phase of the project, and the development is on track for its anticipated full completion in 2020.