JDS Development Group/’The Daily Show’ Host Trevor Noah Buys $10 Million Penthouse

The Daily Show host Trevor Noah has found a new home in Manhattan at JDS Development Group’s Stella Tower in Midtown. The residential real estate developer teamed up with Property Markets Group to convert the Ralph Walker-designed art deco building into 51 luxury residences, including the three-bedroom duplex Noah will soon call home. In addition to a 930-square-foot terrace with views from the Empire State Building to Lower Manhattan, the TV star’s new residence offers 3,600 square feet of indoor space—with a living room, kitchen, dining room, and pair of bedrooms on the lower level, while the master bedroom and bath are on the floor above. It seems that Noah isn’t the only person eager to own a piece of the elegant tower; Property Markets Group principal Elliott Joseph reports that most of the building’s homes are already in contract.

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Developers Turn to Materials of Old to Stand Out in Modern Era

New York City's JDS Development Group is veering away from the typical exteriors of the city’s skyline by erecting façades inspired by century-old Manhattan buildings. The nearly completed American Copper Buildings stand tall with their metal cladding, which over time will acquire a patina similar to the color of the Statue of Liberty. And the newest JDS project, 10-story Chelsea building The Fitzroy, will feature a classic glazed terra cotta and copper-lined façade influenced by Art Deco icons located throughout the city. In a forest of glass and steel, these buildings stand out as testaments to the architectural history that gives New York its identity.

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Storage Units, Now With Space to Cook, Relax and Entertain

JDS Development Group’s newest luxury condo building, The Fitzroy, will feature customizable, climate-controlled storage rooms up to 220 square feet in size. With soaring ceilings up to 12.5 feet in height, these “hobby rooms” can be used strictly for storage, enhanced by stylish furniture, or even converted into recording or art studios. Each of the 14 homes at The Fitzroy will be allocated a personal storage space.

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A Penthouse for Everyone: Developers Reserve Top Floors for Shared Amenities

Leading real estate developers across the US are devoting the highest floors of their new towers to shared amenities rather than crafting conventional and exclusive penthouse apartments. JDS Development has chosen to utilize the top of one of its two copper-clad residential towers at 626 First Avenue to house many of the amenities that residents will share. While the top floor of the East tower will feature a pool and bar as well as grills and cabanas, the sky bridge connecting the two towers will boast an indoor lap pool, a Turkish bath, and spa rooms.

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