Investing in New York City
Best New Developments to Hit the Market
Interior rendering of The Clare
At 301 East 61st Street, the Real Estate Inverlad Development teamed up with Third Palm Capital and Architect Manuel Glas Architects to bring the newest and hottest condominium to the Upper West Side. The soon-to-be 10 story building will hold 30 apartments that will feature Porcelanosa finishes, white oak flooring, and 18-foot windows to maximize the residents views of the East River. A mix of studio to three-bedrooms will range from approximately 600 sqft to 3,043 sqft, pricing from $800 thousand to $8.9 million. There will be a four-bedroom triplex penthouse with skylights, high ceilings, and its own private terrace.
Exterior rendering of 565 Broome Street
Finally on the market is Renzo Piano’s first NYC residential building at 565 Broome Street. The 30 story building located in SoHo will hold 115 apartments running from just under $1 million to over $20 million. Several of the building’s apartments will come with enormous private terraces that will also include 25-foot private, saltwater pools along with outdoor living rooms that will flow seamlessly from the interior. The interior will also include six-inch plank white oak floors and kitchens will come with custom-designed, white oak cabinetry and Basaltina countertops.
Exterior rendering of 42 Crosby
The starchitect Annabelle Selldorf is bringing yet another luxury building to NYC. Her seven story condominium at 42 Crosby Street will hold only 10 apartments that will run from $8.25 million. Nine of those units will be three-bedroom apartments (two per floor) and one super-deluxe penthouse. Selldorf offers two different options for floor plans– one with a large, open-concept, and another that will have a smaller bedroom or study just off the common area. Both of these plans will include finishes such as marble-covered bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, and Boffi kitchens.