Exploring NYC’s Newest Residential Developments

Exploring NYC’s Newest Residential Developments

A number of new developments are either under way or will soon be started. Here is a look at a few of the newest residential developments NYC has to offer.

17 + 52 Convent Ave

Two sister properties located on either side of Harlem’s Convent Avenue are offering similar features while also offering something different. Developed by Kane Ventures, the two properties are actually being designed by different architects. The first, No. 17, is being designed by Alexander Compagno, while No. 52 is being designed by Bricolage Architecture & Design. The pricing is also quite different between the two buildings, with apartments at No. 17 starting at $775,000 for a one-bedroom unit and apartments at No. 52 starting at $650,000. Both will offer bike storage and a gym, while No. 17 will also feature a communal rooftop.

27 East 79th Street

Located near former mayor Michael Bloomberg’s residence, the condo building at 27 East 79th Street will offer just eight apartments to the Upper East Side. Units within the 16-story building, which is being developed by Adellco, will start at $5.1 million. The building will offer a mix of duplexes and a triplex along with commercial space on the ground floor.

30 E 31

Designed by Morris Adjmi, the 42-condo building at 30 E 31st Street will offer one- through three-bedroom apartments starting at $1.65 million. Amenities include a private dining room with a catering kitchen, a viewing garden, bicycle storage and a gym.

250 West 81st Street

Located at the corner of 81st Street and Broadway, 250 West 81st Street will replace the three-story building that once sat at the same location. Developed by Alchemy Properties and designed by Robert A.M. Stern, the 18-story condo will have a mix of two- and five-bedroom apartments. The first rendering of the building, with apartments starting at $3.62 million, show off the signature limestone stylings of Stern. Residents will also have access to a children’s playroom, a golf simulation room, a library/lounge and a fitness center.

350 West 71st Street

Developed by DNA Development with DXA Studio Architecture serving as the architects, 350 West 71st Street will feature 38 condos with amenities including a gym, a kids playroom, a private garden, a residents lounge and a communal roof deck. Sales are expected to begin early next year.

550 West 29th Street

Cary Tamarkin’s High Line condo at 550 West 29th Street replaces a low-rise building with a mix of standard apartments, duplexes and penthouses. Featuring 19 units starting at $3.6 million and going up to $15 million for a penthouse, units will go on sale in fall. Building amenities include a sauna, a fitness room, bike storage and a 24-hour attended lobby.

1010 Park Avenue

Situated on the Upper East Side, 1010 Park Avenue sits at the site where the rectory building of the Park Avenue Christian Church once stood. Designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and developed by Extell, the building offers 11 full-floor and duplex residences starting at $15 million. Amenities include a fitness center, a circus-themed playroom, an indoor pool and a residents’ lounge.