NYC Real Estate Options Continue to Grow for Interested Buyers

NYC Real Estate Options Continue to Grow for Interested Buyers

New York City is a city that is constantly growing, and new housing developments are no exception. Several new developments have either recently opened their doors to buyers or will be within the next few months. Here is a look at some of the latest developments.

121 East 22nd

A 133-condo building at 121 East 22nd Street hit the market earlier this year with prices ranging from $1.3 million to $10.5 million. Units within the building, which was designed by Rem Koolhaas’s OMA Architecture, range from studios to five-bedroom units.

Journal Squared

Developed by the KRE Group and National Real Estate Advisors, Journal Squared is a massive development that will bring 1,838 apartments to Jersey City upon completion. Offering studios through two-bedroom units ranging from $1,800 to $3,200 per month, the Phase One tower of the development boasts amenities such as a sky lounge with views of the skyline, a sundeck and a pool. Journal Squared is located at 615 Pavonia Avenue.

Waterline Square

Situated on five acres between West 59th and 61st streets at 10 Riverside Boulevard, Waterline Square is a residential enclave featuring three buildings developed by GID Development Group. Plans call for the development to offer 100,000 square feet of athletic, lifestyle and leisure amenities.

The Lindley

Developed by CBSK Ironstate and designed by Rawlings Architects, the Lindley is a 74-unit condo building offering everything from studio to three-bedroom apartments. Building amenities include 24/7 concierge service, a lounge, a fitness center and a rooftop garden with grilling areas overlooking the city skyline. The 20-story full-service building is located a 591 3rd Avenue.

75 Kenmare

Once a parking garage located at the corner of Kenmare and Mulberry Streets, 75 Kenmare is now a multimillion-dollar condo. Boasting interiors designed by Lenny Kravitz’s firm, Kravitz Design, prices in the building start at just under $1.7 million.  Offering just 38 residences, units range in size from one- to four-bedroom. The condo was developed by DHA Capital, who purchased it in 2015 for $50 million, while the design was developed by Andre Kikoski Architect.

Common Baltic

In partnership with real estate firm Adam America, co-living startup Common is working on a new project in Boerum Hill. The largest project the company has taken on yet, Common Baltic features studios and one-bedroom apartments ranging in price from $2,000 to $3,295 per month. The development also boasts a number of amenities, including common areas, free Wi-Fi, bike storage and a House Leader who helps residents with problems they may encounter. Common Baltic is located at 595 Baltic Street in Brooklyn.

125 Greenwich Street

Developed by Bizzi & Partners and designed by Rafael Vinoly, 125 Greenwich Street will be an 88-story tower offering 273 studio to three-bedroom units once complete. Located in the Financial District, the building is said to offer customizable interiors to buyers.

45 Park Place

Located next to 51 Park Place, 45 Park Place is a 43-story skyscraper boasting 50 one- to four-bedroom condos. Prices for units within the building, which will also feature a new Islamic cultural center and museum, start out at $1.9 million.