Fall 2017 New Developments In New York City – Part I

These are the top 7 new developments that will hit the NYC housing market this coming fall.

By Team Agorafy October 10, 2017

The real estate market is welcoming Fall 2017. In this season, 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? The first part covers the top 7 properties located in Manhattan. In addition, part II will feature the coolest new developments in the rest of the boroughs.

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17 & 52 Convent Avenue

The 17 & 52 Convent Avenue is called “a well-kept secret of Harlem”. These two sister properties on either side of Harlem’s Convent Avenue are designed by different architects—Alexander Compagno is behind No. 17 and Bricolage Architecture & Design worked on No. 52.

17 Covent Avenue start at $775,000 (one-bedroom). ** Added bonus – communal rooftop.
52 Convent Avenue starts at $650,000 (one-bedroom).

250 West 81st Street

This building is located right at the corner of West 81st Street and Broadway –it was originally a three-story building. But soon, and thanks to Alchemy Properties (Woolworth Building’s condos), 250 West will be a 31-unit condominium project. Robert A.M. Stern will design it. Wondering about the price? Apartments will go from $3.62 million and residents will have access to amenities like a golf simulation room, a children’s playroom, a fitness center, and a library/lounge, among other features.

1010 Park Avenue

1010 Park Avenue is one of the Upper East Side’s most anticipated addresses. The limited collection of eleven full-floor and duplex condominium residences is enhanced with three levels of private social and leisure amenities. This very exclusive development is designed by Architects Beyer Blinder Belle.  The interiors are lead by London based Interior Architect, David Collins Studio, creatively led by Simon Rawlings. Starting price: $15 million and more.

550 West 29th Street

550 West 29th Street will have 19 units. It is a mix of standard apartments, duplexes, and penthouses—starting at $3.6 million; the penthouses, which will range from 2,950 to nearly 4,000 square feet, will go for more, with the priciest asking $15 million. The building’s amenities will include a fitness room and sauna, bike storage, and a 24-hour attended lobby.

40 Bleecker

40 Bleecker Street was acquired by Broad Street Development in 2015 for $178.5 million. The project consist of a 12-story building -61 one- to three-bedroom apartments, along with a some penthouses. Apartments will begin under $2 million. In addition, penthouses will start around $6.5 million.

Eighty East Tenth

This is a relatively small development. It consist of 12 full- and half-floor homes -one to five bedrooms. Once the units hit the market, Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing will be selling them from $1.85 million.

125 Greenwich St


“Living in Masterpiece”: Designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly, 125 Greenwich Street is an an 88-story residential tower from Bizzi & Partners Development. It offers 273 residences ranging from studios to three-bedroom and penthouse residences. Construction on the condo is expected to wrap sometime in late 2019.

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