Fall 2017 New Developments In New York City – Part II
These are the top 7 new developments that will hit the NYC housing market this coming fall (Brooklyn and Queens).
Fall 2017 in New York City means new developments and new housing opportunities. New York City is hosting more than 40 new developments, according to the latest Curbed New York article. The brand new properties are about to hit the market, thus the Agorafy team will show you the hottest projects. Are you ready to buy or rent? We already showed you the top 7 properties located in Manhattan. Now is time to feature the coolest new developments in the rest of the boroughs.
62-66 North 3rd Street
Developers David Duke Dweck, Steven Ancona and Michael Marino are teaming up for 13 luxury condominiums at 62 – 66 North 3rd Street between Kent and Wythe avenues in Williamsburg. No. 62 will have eight apartments that will cost around $1.75 million (one- and two-bedrooms). On the other hand, No. 66 will only have five apartments with an average price of $3 million.
181 Front Street
181 Front Street is a rental community in the heart of DUMBO, offering 1-3 BR homes w/ premium finishes, Fitness Center, roof deck, 24 HR doorman & more. The building is a luxury rental with a design aesthetic that is sensitive to its surroundings, while at the same time offering modern living conveniences. The apartments start at $3,500 for one-bedrooms, $5,250 for two-bedrooms, and $7,200 for three-bedrooms.
The Smyth is being developed by D.A. Development and JBL Development Group, and RLW is behind the design. It is a a new low-rise condominium with an old-fashioned industrial look will go on the market soon in Long Island City. The project is scheduled for completion in 2018. The Smyth has a total of 42 units. They will be a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. The Modern Spaces will handle sales. Amenities are standard, and will include a common roof deck, a dog spa, and a virtual doorman.
Tower 28 is considered Queen’s second tallest residential tower. Wondering about the tallest building? The 66-story Court Square City View Tower. It offers 477 apartments (studios through three-bedrooms) across its 58 floors. This project is developed by Heatherwood Communities. The apartments will have stainless steel GE appliances, Bosch washer/dryer sets, Quartz counters, custom black-out shades, and of course, floor-to-ceiling windows. Leasing, which will be handled by MNS, is due to begin this month, with prices beginning at $1,900/month.
211 Schermerhorn features 1 to 3 bedroom condominiums with sophisticated custom details and thoughtful amenities throughout, including a rooftop terrace with outdoor kitchen, a sophisticated resident lounge, fitness center, and a 24-hour attended lobby. Pricing isn’t available yet, but sales are slated to launch in October.
Merging the style of Manhattan urban opulence from their past developments along with a fresher local modern South Brooklyn aesthetic, Onyx Square encompasses everything that is great about modern architecture + design, while staying contextually appropriate with its surroundings. This undertaking undoubtedly will achieve a genuine & timeless product. The project is being developed by New Empire, and the apartments will ask from $300,000-studios through three-bedrooms. Sales are expected to get underway sometime in October.
99 Hudson Street * Bonus Jersey City
Perkins Eastman’s 99 Hudson Street will be the tallest building in New Jersey. It is finally ready for its big debut with its 781 condos slated to hit the market sometime this fall. Developed by China Overseas America Inc. (COA), the condominium will rise 79 stories. It will also offer 15,000 square feet of retail space and 14,000 square feet of public space. Designed by the architecture firm Perkins Eastman, the building will offer encompassing views of Manhattan, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. The Marketing Directors is handling those. Apartments will be a mix of studios to three-bedroom units, though pricing has yet to be revealed.
The ground level will offer retail space with oversized windows. At night, the streets will glow from light fixtures attached to the piers. Plans for Jersey City’s first large-scale condo project in over five years were first developed in 2014 and the project officially broke ground last January. Prospective buyers can check out the development team’s registration website, with sales anticipated to launch in early 2018.