Rendering of a living room in 515 Highline, a new development in Manhattan.
NYC's run of luxury new constructions is still on a streak. Check out these five brilliant new developments that will hit the market this season!
515 High Line
Designed by the always visionary starchitect Soo Chan, this 11-story luxury condo building on the High Line will blend indoor and outdoor elements, similar to the Soori Highline, into its very unique design. Developed by Bauhouse Group, 515 West 29th Street will have an undulating glass facade housing 12 condo residences featuring terraces with fire pits. The apartments will be either full-floor residences or duplexes, ranging from $5 million to $25 million. The building’s amenities package will include a state-of-the-art gym with steam room, and full-service catering kitchen.
465 Pacific Street
According to brokerage firm Massey Knakal, 465 Pacific Street has commanded Brooklyn’s highest price per buildable square foot for a development site of this magnitude. The team behind the project, Avery Hall Investments and Aria Development Group, are keeping pricing and other details under wraps, though sales are set to launch within the coming months. They have released some of the project’s layout plans however, which reveal plenty of outdoor space for residents: a sweeping, all-access 1,300 sq ft rooftop space and private outdoor space for more than half the building’s condos. Completion is estimated for early 2017.
The corner of Wooster and Broome in Soho was once a vacant lot, but is now transforming into a mixed-use residential condo and retail building. The condo will be highly exclusive, with only five floors, showcasing three-bedroom apartments and an ultra-fancy penthouse. The residences, which will be housed in a nouveau cast-iron building, will start at $5 million. The ground floor will contain yet-to-be-revealed upscale retail.
One Sixty Madison
This luxe residential tower developed by J.D. Carlisle Development Corps has been in the works for close to a decade, but the 319 residences being built at the corner of 33rd Street and Madison Avenue in Nomad are finally hitting market this fall. Residents will include access to an amenities package that will include a 45th floor lounge with fireplace and outdoor terrace, a massive private park, fitness center, and valet. The tower is being designed by SLCE Architects with interiors by Philip Koether Architects.
King & Sullivan Townhomes
Red Hook is getting 22 new, industrial chic townhouses designed by Morris Adjmi’s AA Studio. The facades will be made of steel, terra cotta, brick, and Corten for an ultra-modern minimalist aesthetic. The townhouses will each have four bedrooms, three baths, a 500-square-foot deck and backyard. Interiors will feature European white oak flooring, Italian kitchens, gas fireplaces, state-of-the-art central air heating and cooling, skylights, and private laundry rooms. Pricing has yet to be revealed, but sales are slated to launch by the end of the month, with a completion date within the year.