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All images of Eastlight via Corcoran All images of Eastlight via Corcoran
When China Overseas Land & Investment bought a Kips Bay development site from Extell for $75 million in November 2017, its plans for the site were kept under wraps. However, renderings from CetraRuddy, a firm whose work includes NoMad’s Rose Hill, show a 34-story condo tower with a well-articulated facade and gracious setback planned for the corner site. The building has been dubbed Eastlight, and sales launched on the apartments inside.

Current availabilities start at $780K for studios, $1.01 million for one-beds, and $1.995 million for two-beds. At an average price of $1,963 per square foot, it comes in below the Manhattan median of $2,233 per square foot for new development condos in buildings finished after 2016 (all figures per CityRealty data).
34th Street is one of Manhattan’s busiest streets, but one would never know it from the sound-attenuated floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the homes with incredible light and views. All units feature 9’ ceilings, 7” wide white oak flooring, satin nickel door hardware, and in-unit washer/dryers. Kitchens are outfitted with custom oak cabinetry, white marble countertops and backsplash, stainless steel sinks with Kohler fixtures and garbage disposal, and integrated Miele appliances. Marble-clad primary baths feature custom white oak vanity, Kohler fixtures, and custom mirrored medicine cabinets.
The amenity suite is on a high floor so as to make the most of sweeping city and East River views, and offers a fitness center with training studio, a lounge, a game room, a private dining room, and an outdoor terrace. Eastlight is located on the corner of 34th Street and Third Avenue, in close proximity to the Morgan Library & Museum, Trader Joe’s, Fairway, the Kips Bay AMC movie theater, Dover Street Market, and popular restaurants and bars in NoMad and Murray Hill. The 33rd Street 6 stop is three blocks away, and Grand Central Terminal is up the street.
Additionally, Eastlight is taking shape in an increasingly robust residential area. The sales launch comes hot on the heels of the nearby 128 East 28th Street, where prices start at $2.4 million for two-bedrooms. 2021 also kicked off with sales launching at Hillrose28, where Lemay + Escobar-designed apartments start at $1.165 million, and VU New York, which has availabilities ranging from $829K for a studio to $3.949 million for a three-bedroom.
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