Now that Labor Day is a thing of the past and the dog days of summer are (theoretically) waning away, it’s time to welcome fall the best way we know how: by mapping the […]
Now that Labor Day is a thing of the past and the dog days of summer are (theoretically) waning away, it’s time to welcome fall the best way we know how: by mapping the
hundreds of new apartments — both condos and rentals — that will inundate the real estate market in the coming months.
From under-the-radar projects like 180 East 88th Street by DDG and The Giovanni by John Catsimatidis, to front-and-center developments like 111 West 57th Street and The Fitzroy, there’s no denying that it’ll be a busy fall. And if there’s a project we missed, the tipline is always open.
Projects to keep on your radar include 111 West 57th Street, One Seaport, Jardim, 465 Pacific Street, 280 Saint Marks Avenue, King & Sullivan Townhomes, 52 Wooster, Carmel Place, 520 West 28th Street, Gramercy Square, 393 West End Avenue, One Hundred East Fifty Third Street, 515 High Line, One Sixty Madison, XOCO 325, Prince, The Fitzroy, 22-22 Jackson Avenue, The Enclave at the Cathedral, 535W43, The Sorting House, 30 Warren Street, 212 Fifth Avenue, City Tower, 8 Vanderbilt Avenue, 118 East 59th Street, The Greenstone, 180 East 88th Street, The Bryant, 559 West 23rd Street, 12 Warren, 221 West 77th Street, 1 Great Jones Alley, 55 West 17th Street, The Giovanni, The Grand Two, The Lighthouse, 39 Madison Street, 223 Pulaski Street, Jones LES, The Grove, AKA Sutton Place, Aperture 538, 41-07 Crescent Avenue, 2225 Adam Clayton Powell BLVD, 350 Degraw Street and 40 Somers Street.
The chocolate-, Catalan-, and comic book-themed XOCO 325 (former chocolate factory, Catalan name, comic book website) is a building that has been in the works for a long time, but developer, designer, builder and property manager DDG took over in 2012 and finally got things moving along. The building will feature 21 condos, ranging in size from 1,055 to 4,837 square feet, and many will have balconies or private terraces.
180 East 88th Street
Soon to be the tallest building north of 72nd Street, 180 East 88th Street is yet another DDG development launching this fall (these guys are busy!). It will feature 48 condos with 16-foot ceilings, and the building will boast several custom artworks, including a piece by German artist Jan Hooss in the lobby and a diorama by Sean Murtha in the sales gallery. Prices have not yet been revealed.
DDG’s 12 Warren could be one of the most interesting new buildings. The design is inspired by the uneven stacking of bluestone, and the renderings really go all the way with it. The 12-story building will hold 13 full-floor, duplex, and triplex homes, many with outdoor space. A model residence is being curated in partnership with The Future Perfect.