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NEW DEVELOPMENT: Toll Brothers’ The Sutton launches sales, New condo building coming to W’burg

● Toll Brothers City Living
Sales start at The Sutton

Toll Brothers City Living has launched sales at The Sutton, a new 29-story condo in Sutton Place.
Designed by Goldstein Hill & West Architects and Incorporated, occupancy is slated for late 2016.
Located at 959 First Avenue, the building features 113 residences ranging from studios to four-bedroom homes, many with views of the East River, the Empire State Building, and the Chrysler Building.

The Sutton
The Sutton

Every residence offers spacious living areas. Kitchens feature custom millwork with ribbed glass upper cabinets, dishwashers, and ovens. Many homes also feature separate wine refrigeratorss, and the penthouses include full-height Gaggenau® wine refrigerators.

Master bathrooms are designed with black marble tile flooring i and the plumbing fixtures are custom-made by Watermark.

The Sutton offers residents a 24-hour attended lobby , a fitness center, children’s playroom, a residents’ lounge and garden. Cyclists will welcome bicycle storage as rides along the waterfront are easily accessible.

Toll Brothers City Living is handling the sales and marketing for the development.

Prices begin at $950,000 and go through $8 million.

● Bondee Group

New W’burg development slated for launch

The Bondee Group announced that Forty2East, a new six-story, 53-unit condominium in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is slated to launch sales in Summer 2015. has been retained as the exclusive sales and marketing agent.

“With so few new properties currently on the market in Williamsburg, we are proud to introduce Forty2East to potential residents,” said Ronald Bonelli, managing partner of The Bondee Group.


In 2013, Bondee Properties and Cristom Construction, affiliates of the Bondee Group, partnered with the group that had originally purchased and planned to develop the site, located at 42 Maspeth Avenue, but were halted by the 2008 recession.

“This property presented itself as a perfect fit since the owners knew of us from our industry reputation, mutual contacts and previous business dealings,” Cristom Construction President Tom DeVito said.

“And we knew that the quality of our construction combined with what this building will offer in layout, functionality and design would resonate well with potential residents in Williamsburg.

Everything we build, we design and build to last, and this building will stand the test of time.”
Forty2East, designed by Christopher V. Papa, features an industrial red brick façade and is located between Kingsland and Bushwick Avenues.

The contemporaryhomes are designed by Durukan Design. All Forty2East apartments will offer stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, oversized windows and premium finishes.
The property will include a range of studios, one- and two-bedroom layouts.

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