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Some of this year's most-anticipated new buildings Some of this year's most-anticipated new buildings
In an interview at the end of March 2023, Cassin & Cassin partner and real estate expert Andrew L. Rosenberg told Crain’s New York Business that between over-regulation of the real estate industry and a shortage of available land in the city, the days of “a condo on every corner” may be behind us. However, after pandemic-induced construction pauses, a number of widely anticipated buildings are getting ready to make their way onto the market. The much-anticipated Sutton Tower launched sales earlier this week, and we look at others that have long been in the works and are getting ready to make their market debuts.

150 Barrow Street
Developed by Aurora Capital Associates | Design by BKSK Architects
7 stories | 24 units

150-Barrow-Street-01 Rendering of The Keller (Aurora Capital Associates)
The Keller would appear to encapsulate the West Village’s trajectory in one building: It was built in 1898, dubbed the Knickerbocker Hotel, which catered to seamen and travelers on cruise ships. Decades later, the Village People shot their debut album cover in the “leather bar” in the building’s retail space in the late 70s, shortly before the building was converted to an SRO. Most recently, exterior work is underway on the Landmarks Preservation Commission ("Landmarks")-approved conversion to a luxury condominium. Upon completion, it will house 24 condos and a suite of amenities that includes a lounge, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, a package room with cold storage, and a courtyard terrace with outdoor kitchen and dining areas.

Developed by Aurora Capital Associates | Design by Morris Adjmi Architects
7 stories | 19 units

111-Charles-Street-01 Rendering of 111 Charles Street (Morris Adjmi Architects)
A few blocks east of The Keller (see above), a new residential building has taken shape on the former site of a gas station and auto body shop on the corner of Charles and Hudson Streets. The Landmarks-approved design pays tribute to local history with a red brick facade and casement windows, but the undulating shape brings a touch of something new to this Hudson Street corner. The one- to three-bedroom homes inside the new building, which is also known as 540 Hudson Street, are set to include a penthouse with a setback terrace. Second-floor amenities will include a fitness center, a lounge, and an outdoor terrace. The building will also offer conveniences like a package room, bike storage, personal storage, and a central laundry room.

323 East 79th Street
Developed by Boomerang Development Group | Design by Woods Bagot
17 stories | 14 units

323-East-79th-Street-01 Rendering of The Matteo (Boomerang Development Group)
Amidst the Yorkville building boom that has taken shape in the wake of the Second Avenue subway opening, a mid-rise residential tower has replaced the low-rise building that once housed local favorite Quatorze Bis. The restaurant has moved three blocks north and reopened as simply Quatorze, and a sales launch is on the horizon for the new building, which has been dubbed The Matteo. It will house a four-bedroom duplex maisonette with private garden and 14 full-floor units with direct elevator access, three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and private balconies. Amenities will include a roof terrace, a fitness center, a bike room, a package room, and personal storage.

29 Huron Street
Developed by Quadrum Global | Design by Morris Adjmi Architects
13 stories | 171 units

29-Huron-Street-01 Rendering of The Huron (Morris Adjmi Architects)
For the design of their first project in Greenpoint, Morris Adjmi Architects looked to the neighborhood’s industrial history for the two-towered development’s brick podium and glass and steel towers. By virtue of its height and address, beautiful skyline and river views are all but guaranteed in every unit. The 30,000 square feet of lifestyle amenities will include a fitness center with locker rooms and saunas, an indoor saltwater pool overlooking the Manhattan skyline, a fully equipped residents' lounge, co-working spaces, a private dining room, a media room, a children’s playroom, an outdoor playground, a music practice room, a package room, a roof terrace with BBQ grills.

Sales have not yet launched, but the New York Post announced that actor/entrepreneur Blaise Ffrench is in talks to buy in the building. In a statement, he said that he can’t lose with the location, as it is “right on the border of Queens, but in a very happening area of Brooklyn with an amazing view of Manhattan.”

Developed by EDRE Development | Design by Issac & Stern Architects
7 stories | 38 units

110-North-1st-Street-01 Rendering of 110 North 1st Street (EDRE Development)
In a statement about his firm’s latest project, EDRE Development founder Harel Edery said 110 North 1st Street was targeted at those “looking to experience a calm and contemporary lifestyle experience in one of Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhoods.” Apartments seek to achieve that with private outdoor space and calming, minimalist interiors by DXA Studio in every unit.

A full floor of wellness offerings includes a gym, salt meditation room, and full-service spa with sauna, hot tub, and cold plunge pool. Additional perks are set to include a lounge, a library, a children’s art studio, and a roof deck with outdoor kitchen, dining tables, lounge chairs, dog run, and views of the East River and Manhattan skyline.

131-02 40th Road
Developed by Jade Century Properties | Design by Lu Ning Architecture
20 stories | 392 units

131-02-40th-Road-01 Rendering of Flushing Point Plaza (Lu Ning Architecture)
In August 2020, the first images of Flushing Point Plaza were revealed, showing a multi-tower, multi-use development with oversized windows and private terraces. More recently, further details have emerged about the residential component: It will offer a collection of one- and two-bedroom units with access to amenities like a package room, fitness center, lounge, terrace, bike room, and on-site parking. Residents will also benefit from a prime Queens location near Citi Field, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens Botanical Garden, the Queens Night Market, the culinary offerings of Flushing’s Chinatown, The Shops at Skyview, the 7 train, and the Flushing Main Street LIRR stop.

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