If you’re about to embark on the hunt to buy the perfect New York City pad, get excited.
A healthy stock of new residential buildings ― some ground-up, some converted ― are listing thousands of apartments for sale this spring.
They range from the mega-glitzy, Robert A.M. Stern-designed 520 Park Ave. (whose sprawling penthouse will ask a stratospheric $130 million) to the boutique, like 559 West 23rd St., which will have six duplex units starting at $4.5 million.
Projects will be popping up all over the city, from the 39-unit Liv@ Murray Park in Long Island City and over to 42 Maspeth in East Williamsburg. Other projects to keep on your radar this spring include 12 Warren, 152 Elizabeth Street, Jardim, 520 West 28th Street, 53W53, Ralph Walker Tribeca, 550 Vanderbilt, 15 Hubert, AKA United Nations, One West End, Obsidian House, 190 South First Street, 50 Clinton, The Corinthian Collection, The Sutton and 538 Union Avenue.
When it comes to luxury Manhattan real estate, it’s not just what’s inside the apartment that matters, but also what’s on the outside. At 12 Warren in Tribeca, this is especially the case. Designed, developed, built and managed by DDG, the 13-unit property boasts a textured facade made of rough-hewn, hand-laid New York state bluestone.
Inside, amenities include a fitness center, 24-hour doorman and concierge service, as well as a landscaped roof terrace. The full-floor homes here include simplexes, duplexes and triplexes ranging from 2,500 square feet to over 3,500 square feet. Prices begin at approximately $5 million. Sales launch this spring, with occupancy anticipated late this year.