● Halstead Properties
Greyston House opens uptown
Halstead Property Development Marketing (HPDM) announced that sales have launched at Greyston House, a pre-war residential condominium conversion located at 540 West 149th Street in Hamilton Heights, Manhattan.
Originally constructed in 1899, the historic turn-of-the-century brownstone has been meticulously transformed by JAM Equities into a limited collection of four modern private residences, each with outdoor space.
Greyston House is comprised of two one-bedroom homes with 740 sq. ft. of living space and a private terrace; a two-bedroom 1,020 sq. ft. duplex with a 164 sq. ft. terrace; and a two-bedroom 1,255 sq. ft. duplex with an attached 833 sq. ft. private garden.
Pricing ranges from approximately $499,000 to $699,000.
Occupancy is scheduled for early fall 2013.
“Hamilton Heights is known for its historic brownstone buildings, and demand for top-quality renovations is on the rise,” said Stephen G. Kliegerman, president of Halstead Property Development Marketing. “JAM Equities considered every detail in preserving the essence of the historic brownstone while upgrading the building with today’s sought-after features and amenities.”
THE 101 transformation complete
Stonehenge Partners has a reputation for setting trends within the residential real estate market in New York City and its most recent opening is proving the company is still ahead of the game.
Formerly housing for St. Vincent Hospital’s staff, Stonehenge has dramatically transformed 101W15 (also known as THE 101) into a six-story, fully renovated 200,000-sq-foot mixed-use building in the heart of Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood.
THE 101, which officially opened its doors for residents on July 1st, is community-like where life is enhanced by luxury offerings, cultural events and entertainment activities to give residents a one-of-a-kind social-living experience.
To compete with the already existing promotions many properties in the city offer, upon signing a lease, residents of the 160-unit building will be given services that include Feng Shui guidance, a residential dog walker (complimentary for the first week of move-in), beauty and spa services, at home certified massages, and regular deliveries of organic cold pressed juices and cleanses to your doorstep.
●Building and Land Technology
Harbor Point in Stamford begins leasing
Stamford’s most dynamic neighborhood, Harbor Point, has begun leasing at its newest residential property, 111 Harbor Point. Situated in the heart of Stamford’s South End, just minutes from Downtown, I-95 and the Stamford Train Station, the spacious 15-story building offers spectacular water views, a stunning rooftop pool and barbeque pavilion and is steps from retail and dining options.
“The vision of a vibrant South End with a revitalized waterfront, acres of parks, a variety of retail and dining options, and improved quality of life is continuing to become a reality as Harbor Point is now one step closer to completion,” said Carl Kuehner, CEO, Building and Land Technology, developer of Harbor Point. “111 Harbor Point is the perfect match for residents looking for a transit-oriented location while also having access to world-class amenities at their fingertips.”
Featuring best-in-class finishes and amenities, each versatile layout in 111 Harbor Point comes equipped with stainless steel appliances, a full sized washer and dryer, granite countertops and spacious closets. The building also features a Cybex sports gym with cardio theater, a game room and resident clubroom.
Residents of 111 Harbor Point are steps away from renowned specialty grocer Fairway Market and culinary hotspots including Harlan Social gastropub and the popular restaurant and music venue Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. Modern home furnishings retailer Design Within Reach is just around the corner.
Fieldston Lofts half sold out in Riverdale
Halstead Property Development Marketing announced that Fieldston Lofts, a new residential condominium located at 3751 Riverdale Avenue in Riverdale, New York, is now 50 percent sold.
Fieldston Lofts is a seven story, 10-unit new development comprised of three- and four-bedroom homes with private outdoor space.
The remaining residences range in size from 1,865 to 2,164 square feet and in price from $939,000 to $999,000.
“As inventory tightens in Manhattan, more and more buyers seeking space and luxury are choosing Riverdale, a scenic enclave just 20 minutes from Midtown Manhattan,” said Stephen G. Kliegerman, president of Halstead Property Development Marketing. “We are pleased to have reached this benchmark at Fieldston Lofts and look forward to continuing a steady sales pace.”
Drenched in natural sunlight, homes at Fieldston Lofts are designed with modern, clean lines and feature high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, bamboo wood floors and sleek finishes. All residences include private outdoor space, and residents will enjoy an expansive common roof deck with gorgeous panoramic views of parks and the city skyline, parking and private storage.