NYC Luxury Real Estate Blog

Luxury Condos Coming to Park Slope

497 Third Avenue currently via Google Maps

Park Slope is not typically known for having many condominiums, but Kaito Management will soon bring luxury condos to Third Street, just off Seventh Avenue.

New Condos Headed to Gramercy in 2020

359 Second Avenue via Google Maps

A new development firm, Silverback Development, has announced plans for a new project at the corner of East 21st Street in Gramercy.

Luxury Comes at an Affordable Price in Lower Manhattan

130 William Street currently via Google Maps

The Lightstone Group Development is bringing another 800-foot condo to Lower Manhattan. At 130 William Street, the developers are planning to offer luxury apartments at an affordable cost.

The First Greenpoint Skyscraper has Topped Out

Rendering by Neoscape Construction

Greenpoint's first skyscraper has just topped out at 21 India Street. This 39-story tower will measure 400 feet and will be the neighborhood's tallest building. This residential building will be home to 95 high-end condos and 287 rental apartments.

Highly Anticipated East Village Condo Building Reveals New Renderings

Ten years ago Colonnade Group developers unveiled plans for their site at 75 First Avenue in the East Village. In 2014 HTO Architects revealed a rendering of the eight-story building, but all has been quiet since, until now.

Upper East Side Buildings Get a Massive Update

East 74th Street via Google Maps

A new massive Upper East Side development is underway from Thor and Premier Equities. Located on Third Avenue, the development will be comprised of three five-story buildings that will be renovated into 31-story towers.

New Family Friendly Condominiums

View from the rooftop at 559 West 23rd Street

Check out these new luxury Manhattan condominiums, with their spacious homes, convenient building amenities, and all located just a walk away from an elementary school, they make being a parent in the city easier than ever.

Greenwich Village’s Most Exclusive Condominiums

Photo from Citi Habitats

Plans for a new condominium in Greenwich Village at 178 Bleecker Street had been filed back in 2012 with no signs of construction, until recently. Today, the building is nearly complete and standing out in this neighborhood of historic townhouses. But it’s “industrial-inspired” brick exterior and metal balconies match the interiors lavish Italian-imported materials. Photos of the completed building have also been released.

New Upper East Side Condominium Tower Passes Zoning Laws, Once Again

Back in May, developer DDG was told to stop construction on one of the tallest towers in the Upper East Side, at 180 East 88th Street due to zoning law issues.