The 10 most-hyped new NYC buildings

4 October 2018 • Real estate

The 10 most-hyped new NYC buildings

By Zachary Kussin and Emily Nonko 19 September 2018

111 W. 57th St. will be 1,428 feet tall. When complete, it will unseat 432 Park Ave. as the tallest residential building in the Western hemisphere. Hayes Davidson

111 W. 57th St.

The highly anticipated 111 W. 57th St. condo, on Billionaire’s Row, launched sales last week, with prices from $18 million to over $57 million. It ends a rocky few years for the under-construction luxury project, including lawsuits accusing developers JDS and Property Markets Group (PMG) of diluting the stake of an equity partner, and infighting that disrupted a previous sales effort. At a launch event, developers distanced the tower, which has made headlines for its slender silhouette, from the drama.

JDS, PMG and Spruce Capital Partners — along with SHoP Architects and William Sofield’s Studio Sofield — at last presented a model of the 1,428-foot tower rising above landmarked Steinway Hall. There will be 46 full-floor and duplex homes; interiors feature great rooms with 14-foot ceilings, marbled bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows. Building amenities include a lap pool with cabanas, a private dining room and a triple-height gym.

Contact: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, 212-935-5757

1010 Park Ave.

Williams NY

Renowned architecture firm Beyer Blinder Belle, known for restoring classic NYC landmarks, has applied its craft to a new condo next to the historic Park Avenue Christian Church with 11 full-floor and duplex residences. Extell is behind the development, expected to launch sales later this fall, with prices starting at $12.95 million and a penthouse duplex promising a whopping price tag.

Lavish amenities include a 50-foot indoor pool, a fitness center with a teak sauna and changing rooms, a screening room and a circus-themed children’s playroom.

Contact: Extell Marketing Group, 212-583-1010

One Sixteen

The Marcal Group

Rockaway Beach — a longstanding community that has become a popular summer day trip — is getting new condos. The 86-unit ground-up project at 133 Beach 116th St. kicked off sales with prices from $350,000 for one-beds and from $630,000 for two-beds.

Developed by the Marcal Group and designed by Fischer+Makooi, One Sixteen has white oak floors and stainless-steel appliances.

Contact: Compass Development, 646-609-9878

264 Webster Ave.