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Between increasing vaccine availabilities and a full reopening in the works, life in New York City is looking more appealing and exciting every day, and the real estate market is rising to the occasion. The past year has left some eager for more space and privacy in exchange for fewer bells and whistles, which makes them the right fit for a new crop of boutique condominiums. At the same time, a number of amenity-rich condo towers are nearing the finish line. We take a look at the newest buildings to launch sales throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.

In this article:

The Homecrest, 1670 East 19th Street
The Homecrest, 1670 East 19th Street Homecrest
Park House Chelsea, 500 West 22nd Street
Park House Chelsea, 500 West 22nd Street Chelsea
101 West 14th Street
101 West 14th Street Chelsea
707 Willoughby Avenue
707 Willoughby Avenue Bedford-Stuyvesant
The Leyton, 1059 Third Avenue
The Leyton, 1059 Third Avenue Lenox Hill
101-West-14th-Street-01 All images of 101 West 14th Street via Nest Seekers
101 West 14th Street’s design by ODA Architecture makes a dramatic statement on a corner where Greenwich Village meets Chelsea. The bank building formerly on-site was demolished, but a mural dating back to 1954 was carefully removed and rescued. (So was a clock face with a Banksy stencil - might it be part of this summer’s exhibition?)

Nearly half the apartments inside are duplex units, and all units feature contactless entry, motorized wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows and shades, open-concept layouts, generous closet space, kitchens with marble countertops and integrated Gaggenau and Bosch appliances, and pristine baths. Several units have private terraces, and all residents have access to the building’s lush courtyard and rooftop deck with outdoor kitchen and incredible skyline views. Indoor amenities include a state-of-the-art gym, lounge, and private storage for purchase.

500 West 22nd Street
Design by Selldorf Architects

7 stories | 10 units
4 one to four-beds from $2.6M - $12.75M

500-West-22nd-Street-01 All images of Park House via Compass
Across from Clement Clark Moore Park in West Chelsea, Park House sports a red brick facade and casement windows. All units enjoy park frontage and protected Chelsea views as well as gracious proportions, chef’s kitchens with granite countertops and Gaggenau appliances, generous closet space, and baths with Dornbacht accessories and rain shower heads. The duplex penthouse has a fireplace in the living room and private roof terrace with outdoor fireplace and vistas of Hudson Yards, the timeless Manhattan skyline, and the Statue of Liberty.

Park House has a 24-hour doorman on staff, and private storage is included. While not one of the more amenity-rich new condos to take shape along the High Line, its address more than makes up for it. The building is adjacent to the High Line, in the heart of Chelsea’s world-famous gallery district, and a short walk from Chelsea Piers, Chelsea Market, and popular restaurants, boutiques, and nightlife.

228-Quincy-Street-01 All images of 228 Quincy Street via Compass
228 Quincy Street is a new boutique condominium in the heart of Bedford-Stuyvesant’s robust dining and nightlife scene. For those who’d rather cook at home, there is a supermarket one block away, and all kitchens feature premium stone countertops, sleek cabinetry, and Bosch appliance suites.

Additional apartment features include oversized windows, herringbone hardwood floors, generous closet space, video intercom, in-unit washer/dryers, and mini-split HVAC. The majority of apartments have private outdoor space, and the building has a common roof deck. Real estate taxes advertised include a 50% sponsor credit for the first two years.

184-Huron-Street-01 184 Huron Street via Dorit Design
184-Huron-Street-02 Interiors via Douglas Elliman
184 Huron Street is located just outside the Greenpoint Historic District, but in excellent proximity to Franklin Street’s vibrant food scene, WNYC Transmitter Park, the Greenpoint ferry stop, and the Greenpoint Avenue G train. All units feature oversized windows, soaring ceilings, and minimalist kitchens with breakfast bars, matte slate gray cabinetry, Statuary Classique quartz countertops, and high-end stainless steel appliance packages. Additional features include washer/dryer hookups, generous closet space, and tranquil baths with radiant heated floors. Select units have private balconies.

1670 East 19th Street
Design by Engineering Professional SVCS

8 stories | 23 units
6 studio to two-beds from $309K - $800K

1670-East-19th-Street-01 All images of The Homecrest via Compass
The Homecrest is a ground-up condominium located at the crossroads of Midwood and Sheepshead Bay. All residences feature modern layouts, sound-attentive double-paned windows, handsome oak flooring, and kitchens with Caesarstone countertops and backsplash, custom-built Scavolini cabinetry, and high-end appliances. The penthouse has two private balconies.

All units come with washer/dryers and private storage units. The building is a short walk from the B and Q trains at Kings Highway, offering an easy commute to Midtown Manhattan, Downtown Brooklyn, or Coney Island.

Design by S&S Architectural Design LLC
7 stories | 20 units
2 one- to two-beds from $750K - $850K

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707-Willoughby-Avenue-01 All images of 707 Willoughby Avenue via Nest Seekers
707 Willoughby Avenue is a new condominium located in a lively section of Bedford-Stuyvesant near Herbert von King Park, popular restaurants and shops, and the M/J/Z/G trains. Residential amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center with Mirrors and Peloton bikes, climate-controlled storage units, a bike room, a package room, covered and uncovered parking spaces, and a furnished roof terrace with outdoor kitchen, cabanas, and beautiful skyline views.

All apartments feature oversized casement windows, wide plank oak floors, open-concept layouts, and private balconies. The kitchens come equipped with eat-in peninsulas, custom white matte lacquer cabinetry, white stone countertops, and Blomberg appliances. Bedrooms have generous closet space, and baths feature Italian porcelain walls and floors and custom floating vanities.

126 South 2nd Street
Design by Melamed Architect

6 stories | 3 units
2 three-beds from $3M - $3.15M

126-South-2nd-Street-01 All images of 126 South 2nd Street via Compass
The South 2nd Street Lofts condominium combines Williamsburg's industrial aesthetic with European influences, and houses only three duplex units. All loft-like homes are reached via private keyed elevator and feature walls of windows, exposed concrete walls and ceilings, perforated metal shading elements, state-of-the-art finishes, and home automation system to control lighting, speakers, and video intercom. The open kitchens feature custom European cabinetry and state-of-the-art appliances. The building offers a shared outdoor swimming pool and is in a prime location near Domino Park and Bedford Avenue's most vibrant shopping and dining.

832-Monroe-Street-01 Google Streetview of 832 Monroe Street
832-Monroe-Street-02 Interiors via Douglas Elliman
832 Monroe Street is well situated on the border of Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant, offering easy access to the best dining, shopping, nightlife, and transportation in both neighborhoods. The building features a red brick facade and warehouse-inspired windows in nods to the area’s industrial heritage.

Apartments boast 10’ ceilings, abundant light from vast windows, central heating and air conditioning, and generous closet space. The kitchens offer dual-tone cabinetry, polished white quartz countertops, and high-end Bertazzoni appliance packages. Baths are outfitted with handcrafted imported tile, deep soaking tubs, dual-flush toilets, and black Delta faucets.

1059-Third-Avenue-01 All images of The Leyton via Brown Harris Stevens
Right where Midtown East gives way to the Upper East Side, and just outside the historic district, a sleek glass and stone tower with classic Deco influences has risen. Interiors by Elana Frampton feature double-height ceilings, lofty Great Rooms, custom Poggenpohl kitchens with Gaggenau appliances, and primary suites with walk-in wardrobes and well-appointed baths. The sumptuous interiors are underscored by features like high-performance floor-to-ceiling windows, bespoke air systems, and radiant heated floors. Select units have private terraces.

The Leyton’s two levels of amenity space were designed by Alexandra Champalimaud and inspired by the most prestigious hotels on the Upper East Side. The Brandy Room encompasses the 24th floor and features a lounge with fireplace and terrace access, a dining room and fully outfitted butler’s pantry, and a solarium that opens up to a sun terrace with outdoor kitchen. Additional offerings include a state-of-the-art fitness center, dedicated mail and package rooms, and Paw Spa for pets. The building is staffed by a resident manager, 24-hour lobby attendant, porters, and BHB concierge.

850 Putnam Avenue
Design by L&C Associates

4 stories | 8 units
3 two- to three-beds from $799K - $999K

850-Putnam-Avenue-01 All images of The Carmen via Nest Seekers
The Carmen is a new boutique condominium, but does not detract from its historic neighbors on a tree-lined Stuyvesant Heights street. Many units have private outdoor space, and all interiors feature oversized noise-reducing windows, cherry wood floors, video intercoms, open-concept layouts, and generous closet space in the bedrooms. Kitchens are equipped with marble countertops and backsplashes, two-tone cabinetry, built-in exhaust hood, and stainless steel appliances.

The Carmen offers private storage and a common roof deck with panoramic neighborhood views. It is well situated near Saratoga Park, popular local restaurants and shops, and the A/C and J/Z trains.

Design by Gerald J. Caliendo Architects
4 stories | 7 units
2 one-beds from $599K - $615K

725-Lafayette-Avenue-01 All images of 725 Lafayette Avenue via Douglas Elliman
725 Lafayette Avenue is a newly constructed boutique condominium half a block from Herbert von King Park, but several residents have their own outdoor escapes in the form of private balconies. Interiors feature calming palettes, honey-colored hardwood floors, open living space, oversized bedroom closets, stylish black-and-white baths, and kitchens with white lacquer cabinetry, breakfast bars, and Blomberg stainless steel appliances. The building is close to popular neighborhood restaurants, cafes, and bars as well as the G and J/Z trains.

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