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From Brooklyn to the Upper East Side, new developments are taking shape all over New York. From Brooklyn to the Upper East Side, new developments are taking shape all over New York.
It is too soon to say how long it will take New York to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic, or what long-term effect the economic fallout will have on the real estate market. What we do know, though, is that many buildings that have been planned and under construction for years are now nearing the finish line. We take a look at the most highly anticipated new developments that have launched sales or are about to do so.

Now Selling
45-East-7th-Street-01 All renderings via Morris Adjmi Architects
No45e7 rose on the site of the East Village gas explosion of 2015, but a context-sensitive, Landmarks-approved design by Morris Adjmi Architects makes it appear to have always been a part of its East Village neighborhood. All apartments feature European-engineered windows, prewiring for smart home technology, sophisticated kitchens, spa-like baths, and private balconies. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, laundry room, storage, bike room, landscaped courtyard, and landscaped roof terrace. Sales launched in August, and over 25% of units have already entered contract.

1 Prospect Park West
Design by R. Thomas Short and John T. Riggs; conversion by Form4 Studio

10 stories | 64 units
Completion estimated for 2021
6 two to four-beds from $2.4M - $5M

1-Prospect-Park-West-01 All renderings of One Prospect Park West via Binyan Studios
Directly across from Prospect Park, the onetime Knights of Columbus headquarters has been meticulously restored amidst a conversion to 64 luxury condos with 40 unique floor plans and Sugar Hill Capital Partners at the helm. The interiors are the first residential project by design studio Workstead and feature arched entryways, custom crown molding, large windows facing the park, and exquisitely finished kitchens. Amenities include a private curated art gallery, library, spa and wellness amenities, basketball court, movement studio for dance and yoga, boutique fitness studio, and an ODA-designed roof deck. Sales are off to a brisk start, and a penthouse listed for $6.5 million is the most expensive home to go into contract in Park Slope history.

121-East-28th-Street-01 All images of Hillrose28 via The Corcoran Group
Kips Bay is in the midst of a residential renaissance, and Hillrose28 is leading the charge with a towering (for the area) height and limestone facade. Over half of the apartments have private balconies, and all units feature interiors by Lemay + Escobar, oversized windows, white oak flooring, custom kitchens, and marble master baths. Amenities include a 24-hour duplex gym, lounge with fireplace, and landscaped roof terrace, and the building generated attention for developing its own wine.

500-West-45th-Street-01 All images of Bloom on Forty Fifth via Compass
The westernmost section of Hell's Kitchen is in the midst of a renaissance with Bloom on Forty Fifth leading the charge from the former site of a gas station. A flexible format Target recently opened in the base of the building, and all apartments on top enjoy incredible natural light from oversized windows. A thoughtfully curated selection of amenities includes a fitness center, pet washing station, lounge, storage, common terraces, and an 8,000-square-foot courtyard at the heart of the development.

305-23rd-Street-01 All images of 305 Twenty Third via Compass/Marin Architects
In a section of Brooklyn that hasn't seen a lot of high-rise development, 305 Twenty Third is a context-sensitive building with a tasteful facade, wood-accented entries, and abundant greenery. There are no more than two units per floor, and all units feature thoughtful layouts, contemporary open kitchens, and private primary suites with generous closet space and sumptuous baths. Amenities include a lounge, bike room, deeded parking, a common roof deck.

145-Central-Park-North-01 All images of 145 Central Park North via Nest Seekers
Between its eye-catching facade and Central Park views, 145 Central Park North sets new standards for this section of New York's backyard. Interiors feature soffited ceilings, recessed lighting, full-height windows, open kitchens with eat-in islands and integrated appliances, and flexible bedroom layouts. Select units have private terraces, and all residents have access to a state-of-the-art fitness center, lounge, children's playroom, and roof deck with sweeping Central Park and skyline views.

531-East-12th-Street-01 All images of The Avant via Brown Harris Stevens
The East Village got its start as an artists' enclave, and The Avant pays tribute to that history with a painting by Flore in the lobby and a "Vandal Gummy" installation by street artist WhIsBe on the rooftop lounge. The building's facade blends in seamlessly with its historic surroundings, but modern interiors boast gracious open floor plans, kitchens with bright white cabinetry and professional Bosch appliances, and sleek baths. In addition to the rooftop lounge, the building offers a smart intercom system, bike room, and private storage.

139 Huron Street
Design by Louis H. Voss; conversion by Perkins Eastman

4 stories | 9 units
Completion estimated for 2020
2 one to three-beds from $975K - $3.4M

139-Huron-Street-01 All images of Bath Haus via Compass
In the heart of Greenpoint, one of the city's longest-running public bathhouses has emerged as one of its most eye-catching condo conversions. The historic facade has been masterfully preserved, and the interiors are now home to nine units comprising two studios, four one-bedrooms, two townhouses, and one full-floor penthouse. All apartments feature oversized custom windows, European oak flooring, kitchens with integrated Bosch and Liebherr appliances, and in-unit Bosch washer/dryers. The townhouses feature private gardens, select units have private balconies, and all residents have access to a common roof terrace.

300-West-122nd-Street-01 All images of 300 West via Douglas Elliman
300 West has taken shape in a bustling stretch of Harlem near Central Park, Columbia University, Whole Foods, express subway stops, and a robust dining scene. Apartments start on the second floor and feature interiors by Paris Forino, open-concept layouts, custom white oak herringbone floors, and kitchens with custom cabinetry and state-of-the-art appliances. Amenities include a health club with swimming pool, a residents' lounge with a demonstration kitchen, a landscaped courtyard, a library with workspaces, a children's activity room with a play stage, and a 3,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with grills.

547-West-47th-Street-01 All images of The West via VUW
A certain stretch of Hell's Kitchen was once known as "Auto Row" for its prevalence of car dealerships, and a Lexus dealership was demolished to make way for a new full-block condominium. The retail space will house a new home for Lexus, and the apartments will take shape on top and around it. The first seven floors will be home to loft-inspired apartments with high ceilings and oversized windows; the "Cloud Residences" on top have been designed with sliding glass walls and private balconies. All residents will enjoy a 25,000-square-foot amenity package that includes a fitness center, a yoga studio, a children's playroom, a dog grooming station, a communal kitchen dubbed "Hell's Kitchen" in honor of the neighborhood, a terrace with a lounge and dog run, a greenhouse, and a rooftop pool with sweeping Hudson River views.

1045-Madison-Avenue-01 Renderings of The Benson via Hayes Davidson
The Benson is the first new condominium to take shape on a co-op-heavy section of Madison Avenue in over 20 years and will feature a design and limestone facade that pays tribute to prewar Upper East Side architecture. Three penthouses will come with secluded terraces, and all units will have interiors by Peter Pennoyer Architects, private elevator landing, oversized windows, soaring ceilings, custom crown moldings, fireplaces with custom mantles, custom kitchens by Christopher Peacock, and master suites that occupy their own wing. The building will offer 24-hour doorman and concierge service as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center; half basketball court; spa with sauna and steam room; library with adjoining garden; art studio; pet spa with washing station; private cinema room; and landscaped roof lounge with fire pit and Central Park views.

265-Fourth-Avenue-01 All images of Six Garfield via V1
In the heart of Park Slope, all units at Six Garfield boast oversized windows, European white oak flooring, contemporary kitchens, and honed marble baths. Over 8,000 square feet of amenities include a virtual doorman; state-of-the-art fitness center with skylight; children’s playroom; sky-lit atrium library lounge; indoor/outdoor residents’ lounge with kitchenette; landscaped roof-deck with outdoor dining, grilling stations and lounging; stroller room; dedicated mail and secure package rooms; pet spa; high-capacity laundry room; bicycle storage; and private storage.

303 Park Avenue
Design by Schutze & Weaver; conversion by Skidmore Owings & Merrill

52 stories | 375 units
Completion estimated for 2022
16 studio to four-beds from $1.74M - $18.5M

303-Park-Avenue-01 Rendering via Noe & Associates with The Boundary
For decades, the Waldorf Astoria has been regarded as one of New York's most iconic hotels and Art Deco towers. In its most recent incarnation, the hotel's landmarked facade and interiors are being carefully restored while the upper levels are converted to 375 hotel rooms and 375 condo units. All apartments will feature state-of-the-art appliances, top-of-the-line finishes, and "Concierge Closets" at the entryway that allows a dedicated staff to deliver packages, dry cleaning, and groceries directly to residents. Residents will have access to the hotel's amenities and services as well as 50,000 square feet of exclusive amenities. These will include a 25-meter pool, men's and women's wellness lounges, fitness center, Grand Salon, and Starlight Lounge and Terrace with lush landscaping, several seating areas, two outdoor kitchens, a bar, and Park Avenue views.

Coming Soon
99-Morningside-Avenue-01 99 Morningside Avenue via Aufgang Architects
99 Morningside Avenue is taking shape in a rapidly evolving section of Harlem: It rose on the former site on St. Luke's Baptist Church, and the building was designed to embrace a Harlem brownstone that sold the developer its air rights. The church will reopen in a new community space at the base of the building, and the apartments on top will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, state-of-the-art appliances, and in-unit washer/dryers. The building is distinguished by a series of cascading private terraces, and amenities include a fitness room, outdoor rooftop recreation areas, bicycle storage, an attended lobby and a children’s playroom. A 421-A tax abatement is anticipated.

214 West 72nd Street
Design by GRADE New York

22 stories | 18 units
Completion anticipated for first half of 2021

214-West-72nd-Street-01 (Credit is depict_cgi)
One hundred years ago, 214 West 72nd Street was home to a Queen Anne-style townhouse where acclaimed writer Dorothy Parker spent some of her early childhood years. More recently, the house has been demolished and a slender, soaring condominium has risen on the site. The full-floor two- and three-bedroom units will feature large windows, open kitchens with abundant cabinetry and stone countertops, and elegant baths with walk-in showers. Amenities are set to include a gracious lobby, fitness center, outdoor children's playscape, lounge, and rooftop terrace.

Design by Frederick Dingelberg; conversion by BP Architects
11 stories | 13 units
Completion estimated for 2021

67-Vestry-Street-01 67 Vestry Street renderings via VUW
Work is underway on a luxurious condo conversion on Tribeca's Hudson River waterfront. The building was originally constructed as a warehouse for the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, and later served as the epicenter of Tribeca's art scene with Andy Warhol, John Chamberlain, Robert Wilson, and Marisol among past residents. For its latest incarnation, there will be no more than two apartments per floor with grand proportions and custom tilt-and-turn windows. Amenities will include a 50-foot swimming pool, spa, fitness center, and several communal spaces.

Design by Robert A.M. Stern Architects
15 stories | 25 units
Completion estimated for 2021

150-East-78th-Street-01 Renderings of 150 East 78th Street via Hayes Davidson
Construction topped out at 150 East 78th Street over the summer, and a limestone facade designed by Robert A.M. Stern is on the way up. The three- through five-bedroom units will feature interiors by AD100 designer Robert Couturier, in-swing casement windows, oak wood flooring, and custom Christopher Peacock kitchens. An extensive amenity package will include a fitness center, a children's playroom, a pet grooming area, a golf simulator, an art room, and a common roof terrace.

465-Washington-Street-01 465 Washington Street via Compass
Passive House pros Zakrzewski + Hyde turn their attention to Tribeca, where a five-story warehouse is being converted to a 10-story condominium. The three- and four-bedroom apartments will be underpinned with environmentally friendly features that will decrease energy usage and cost while increasing resident comfort and well-being. Amenities will include a landscaped roof deck, fitness center, doorman, private storage available for purchase, and bike storage. An offering plan with a $61 million sellout was accepted.

128 West 23rd Street
Design by Kutnicki Bernstein Architects

16 stories | 30 units
Completion estimated for 2021

128-West-23rd-Street-01 Rendering via Valyrian Capital
Graydon Chelsea is a sophisticated new development offering a collection of 30 one- through three-bedroom units in the heart of Chelsea. Over 40 percent of apartments will feature private outdoor space, and amenities will include a courtyard terrace, roof terrace, lounge, and fitness center.

710 Metropolitan Avenue
Designer unknown; conversion by Rawlings Architects

7 stories | 69 units
Completion estimated for 2021

710-Metropolitan-Avenue-01 Umbrella Factory via MNS
Williamsburg shows no sign of running out of industrial buildings to convert to unique, luxurious residential units. The latest proof of that can be found at Umbrella Factory, the former home of the Embee Sunshade Company. The brick facade has been beautifully preserved, and heavy timber construction is reinforced by large, rustic, heavy sawn timbers combined with modern metal joinery. Residences will feature exposed heavy timber beams, high ceilings, energy-efficient windows, recessed lighting, state-of-the-art kitchens, and sleek baths. Select units will have private terraces, and amenities will include basement storage, a bike room, a fitness center, a laundry room, a 17-car parking garage, and a roof deck. An offering plan with a $93.55 million sellout has been accepted.

202 Broome Street
Design by Cetra/Ruddy

15 stories | 83 units
Completion estimated for 2021

202-Broome-Street-01 One Essex Crossing circa October 2020 via CityRealty
Construction is winding down on One Essex Crossing, the second condo offering in the Lower East Side mega-development. In addition to 83 light-filled apartments, the building will feature a portion of The Market Line and 175,000 square feet of office space. Residential amenities will include a lounge, fitness center, green roof, and common indoor/outdoor terraces. Sales are expected to launch this fall.

212-West-93rd-Street-01 Rendering of 212 West 93rd Street via ODA for Landsea Homes and Leyton Properties
For the design of this new Upper West Side building, ODA drew inspiration from classic architecture and new construction surrounding the site. The building is rising on the former site of Congregation Shaare Zadek, and the synagogue will have three stories of space in the new building. Residents of the half- and full-floor units on top will enter via a separate entrance and have access to amenities like a a 24-hour attended lobby, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, a pet spa, storage, and a common landscaped roof terrace.

101-West-14th-Street-01 Rendering of 101 West 14th Street via Binyan Studios/ODA New York
An imaginative new condominium is winding down construction on a corner where Greenwich Village meets Chelsea. Nearly half the apartments will be duplexes, and all units will feature design by Whitehall Interiors and top-of-the-line appliances and finishes. A short list of amenities includes a resident lounge, common rooftop terrace, bike room, and a fitness center. Listings are expected to be made public this fall.

441 West 37th Street
Design by DJLU Architects

11 stories | 9 units
Completion estimated for 2021

441-West-37th-Street-01 The Westerley via Brown Harris Stevens
Three blocks north of Hudson Yards, a slender new boutique condominium is gearing up for a sales launch. The new building is rising on the former site of a two-story garage and will feature a ground-floor community facility, eight full-floor units, and a duplex penthouse at the top.

199-Chrystie-Street-01 Rendering via Nest Seekers
199 Chrystie Street topped out in the heart of the Lower East Side earlier this summer, and developers are seeking at $95.97 million sellout. The 14 residences will include a six-bedroom penthouse with a pool, and all units will feature interiors by Thomas Juul-Hansen and 20' ceilings. Amenities will include a gym, bike room, mail and package rooms, and private roof terrace.

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