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Two of the Manhattan condos set to launch sales in the near future Two of the Manhattan condos set to launch sales in the near future
As of this writing, the red-hot real estate market of 2021 and the first half of 2022 is distinctly cooling off. Rising interest rates and market turmoil have made some buyers skittish, and the quantity of luxury contracts has dipped in recent weeks. However, a number of architecturally appealing buildings in highly coveted Manhattan neighborhoods have long been in the works, and are now nearing the finish line on construction and gearing up for sales launches, if not already underway. We take a look at the most interesting buildings to recently launch sales, as well as the buildings we're most excited to see come on the market in the near future.

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The Elisa, 251 West 14th Street
The Elisa, 251 West 14th Street Chelsea
The Rockwell, 218 West 103rd Street
The Rockwell, 218 West 103rd Street Broadway Corridor
The Harper, 310 East 86th Street
The Harper, 310 East 86th Street Yorkville
Sutton Tower, 430 East 58th Street
Sutton Tower, 430 East 58th Street Beekman/Sutton Place
ONE11 Residences, 111 West 56th Street
ONE11 Residences, 111 West 56th Street Midtown West
Now Selling

One High Line, Chelsea
500 West 18th Street
Developed by Witkoff Group and Access Industries | Design by Bjarke Ingels Group
26 stories | 270 units
27 availabilities from $2,200,000

500-West-18th-Street-01 One High Line (The Corcoran Group)
West Chelsea condos
High Line condos
West Chelsea has emerged as a mecca for eye-catching architecture, and the two towers of One High Line make a dramatic addition to the local skyline. The taller tower is entirely residential, and the residences in the East Tower will start on top of a new Faena Hotel. All units feature floor-to-ceiling windows, custom kitchens, abundant closet space, and state-of-the-art home automation systems. In addition to residents-only amenities, residents have access to the amenities and services provided by the hotel.

The Elisa, Chelsea
251 West 14th Street
Developed by FPNY | Design by Isay Weinfeld Architects
11 stories | 25 units
5 availabilities from $1,450,000

251-West-14th-Street-01 The Elisa (Serhant)
Chelsea condos
Downtown condos
Fresh off the success of Jardim, Isay Weinfeld Architects turns its attention further downtown with The Elisa, a new boutique condominium distinguished by its red brick facade and cantilever. Sales have just launched on the apartments inside, all of which feature high ceilings, open-concept living space, Boffi-appointed kitchens, an custom closets. Amenities include a fitness studio, courtyard, and roof garden, but the biggest perk is perhaps its address at the nexus of Chelsea, the Meatpacking District, and the West Village.

96+Broadway, Upper West Side
250 West 96th Street
Developed by JVP Management | Design by Thomas Juul-Hansen
23 stories | 131 units
11 availabilities from $1,395,000

250-West-96th-Street-01 96+Broadway (Compass)
Upper West Side condos
Upper West Side apartments
In the few months since 96+Broadway launched sales, the sales team reports that the building is attracting "buyers who want that inviting Upper West Side lifestyle: a familiar sense of home, high quality, and practicality." Thomas Juul-Hansen designed the interiors with organic materials throughout, and amenities include a fitness center with adjacent Pilates studio, an indoor pool and hot tub, a squash court, a music room, and a rooftop terrace. Van Nguyen, an executive at JVP Management, has already announced his intention to move into the building upon completion.

222 East Broadway, Lower East Side
Developed by Optimum | Design by S4 Architecture
28 stories | 70 units
13 availabilities from $975,000

222-East-Broadway-01 222 East Broadway (Binyan Studios)
Lower East Side condos
Downtown condos
On the Lower East Side, new development 222 East Broadway combines the newly restored and landmarked Bialystoker Home for the Aged with a sleek new tower. Tower residences enjoy a modern aesthetic, Loft residences are rich in historic details, and all units have interiors by Paris Forino. Residents have access to such amenities as a fitness center with yoga studio, indoor pool with cabanas, and 6,700-square-foot private park with a children's playground, a meditation garden, and barbecue areas.
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ONE11 Residences, Midtown West
111 West 56th Street
Developed by GFI Development
41 stories | 99 units
11 availabilities from $1,375,000

111-West-56th-Street-01 ONE11 Residences (Binyan Studios)
Midtown West
Billionaires Row condos
The top nine floors of the Thompson Central Park hotel house a collection of 99 one- to two-bedroom condo residences, including a pair of four-bedroom penthouses with private terraces. There is an option to purchase with turnkey furniture packages, and all units look out on sweeping views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. Residents have access to the hotel's exclusive Upper Stories lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center, and the services of the hotel's concierge.

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Sutton Tower, Beekman/Sutton Place
430 East 58th Street
Developed by Gamma Real Estate and JVP Management | Design by Thomas Juul-Hansen
62 stories | 121 units
Completion estimated for 2023

430-East-58th-Street-01 Sutton Tower (Gamma Real Estate)
Sutton Tower's height of 847 feet high makes it the tallest in its neighborhood, but the limestone facade nods to the local history. Permits indicate that there will be no more than three units per floor, and then no more than two units per floor above the 36th floor with a duplex penthouse to top it all off. All units will enjoy spectacular views and timeless materials, and amenities are expected to include a third-floor spa and pool, a fourth-floor fitness center, a fifth-floor game room, children's playroom, party room, and sport simulator, and a lounge, screening room, and terrace on the sixth floor.

The Harper, Yorkville
310 East 86th Street
Developed by Izaki Group Investments | Design by ODA Architecture
21 stories | 63 units
Completion estimated for 2023

310-East-86th-Street-01 Rendering of The Harper (Binyan Studios)
The limestone facade is on the way up on The Harper, a new condominium near the Second Avenue subway, and a teaser site went live earlier this fall. Details on the interiors are not yet available, but the building's oversized windows and multiple setbacks will allow for abundant natural light in all units and private outdoor space for select apartments. Amenities will include a fully equipped fitness center, a children’s art room, a children’s playroom, a game lounge, and a music center.

Society House, Midtown West
335 West 35th Street
Developed by The Chen Foundation, Inc. | Design by Issac & Stern
12 stories | 66 units
Completion estimated for 2023

335-West-35th-Street-01 Society House (Nest Seekers)
There has been much discussion about how to convert empty offices to residential use, and Society House has done that with an early 20th-century loft building on the Garment District-Hudson Yards border. The first two floors will house the TF Chen Cultural Center, and the apartments on top will feature high ceilings, oversized windows, modern kitchens, and smart intercoms. Amenities and perks will include a fitness center, a lounge, a rooftop garden with dining and lounge furniture, and special access to TF Chen Cultural Center events.

The Rockwell, Upper West Side
2688 Broadway
Developed by Toll Brothers | Design by Hill West Architects
13 stories | 81 units
Completion estimated for 2024

2688-Broadway-01 The Rockwell (Toll Brothers)
Shortly after purchasing the site of the controversial Marrakech Hotel for $44 million, Toll Brothers demolished the building and filed permits for a new building to rise on the site. The building has been named in honor of American artist Norman Rockwell, who was born on the same block, and the apartments are expected to nod to timeless Upper West Side elegance. Amenities will include a fitness studio, a music room, a screening room, a children's playroom, a lounge with terrace, and a rooftop terrace with a fire pit and grills.

64-University-Place-01 64 University Place (Bsafal)
64 University Place is located just outside the Greenwich Village Historic District, much to the chagrin of preservationists who unsuccessfully lobbied to save the four-story commercial building it replaced, on grounds that it was once the offices of influential publisher Grove Press. Nevertheless, with new construction projects in the Village few and far between, it is expected to attract considerable interest. Power brokers Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes have already announced their intentions to buy in the building, which will offer nine one-bedrooms, 13 two-bedroom units, four three-bedrooms, and two penthouse units.

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