Everything you need to know about NYC’s best new buildings
The weather is beginning to cool, but the city’s residential real-estate market plans to continue its hot streak. That’s right, house-hunters — dozens of condos and rentals will debut this season. Looking to nab a sweet pad? From the Upper West Side to Williamsburg, there are plenty of new buildings to choose from. Read on.
Starchitect Renzo Piano’s first NYC residential development, at 565 Broome St., marked a major milestone when sales launched this week. Piano, who famously designed the new Whitney Museum in the Meatpacking District, has sculpted a glassy tower with 115 luxe lairs, where prices range from just under $1 million to over $20 million.
The units span studios to four-bedrooms — and some of them sport terraces and private saltwater pools. Those who can’t take a dip in their home will have access to a shared 55-foot lap pool, as well as a gym, yoga studio, automated parking and a landscaped lounge with a library and bar.
Bizzi & Partners Development, along with Aronov Development and Halpern Real Estate Ventures, are the property’s co-builders.
Contact: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, 212-355-0565
42 Crosby St.Photo: CORE
This 10-unit Soho condominium designed by Annabelle Selldorf made headlines in 2014 with its million-dollar parking spots — yes, parking spaces for $1 million apiece. Well, two years on, the project finally kicked off sales this week with asks from $8.25 million. The seven-story building has nine three-bedroom spreads and a five-bedroom penthouse. As for amenities, there’s a car elevator that leads to that pricey parking area, with an electric-car charging port at each space, a terrarium art installation by Paula Hayes in the lobby, and private storage rooms.
Contact: CORE, 212-726-0751
125 Greenwich St.
125 Greenwich St.Photo: Courtesy of 125 Greenwich
A glassy 88-story building, designed by Rafael Viñoly at 125 Greenwich St., begins pre-sales next month. (Michael Shvo, the real state honcho who was just indicted on tax-evasion charges, remains part of the development team.) However, details on this 273-unit Financial District property are scant. Prices, unit features and amenities are not available, though we hear the latter will span three floors. What’s for certain is this 898-foot tower is located a stone’s throw from luxury shops and eats at the newly opened Westfield World Trade Center mall inside the Oculus-sporting PATH station, the same perks at Brookfield Place and 10 different subway lines.
Contact: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, 212-858-0125
FAR WEST SIDE
15 Hudson Yards
15 Hudson Yards.Photo: Courtesy Related-Oxford
Earlier this month, the 285 market-rate condos at 15 Hudson Yards hit the market; it’s the first purely residential building in the West Side megadevelopment. (The 88-story tower, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group, also contains 106 units of affordable rentals.) Prices span from about $2 million to a cool $30 million for the full-price homes, whose features include high ceilings, white oak flooring, Miele appliances in the chef’s kitchens and wide views of the Hudson River and city skyline. Hudson Yards’ 28-acre expanse, which is being built atop a platform over the West Side rail yards, will also house a large shopping center with the city’s first Neiman Marcus and a venue for the arts.
Contact: Related Sales LLC and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, 212-385-1515
LOWER EAST SIDE
One Manhattan Square
One Manhattan Square.Photo: Wordsearch.
Manhattan’s Lower East Side, an area long known for its stock of run-down tenements, is booming with luxury real estate development. Among the ritzy new buildings is Extell Development’s One Manhattan Square — an East River-fronting tower with 815 homes located at 252 South St. Sales begin in October. Adamson Associates Architects designed its glassy exterior; Meyer Davis Studio, which has outfitted Oscar de la Renta shops in four cities, styled the condos’ interiors. Prices start at $1.15 million for one-bedrooms. Apartments will have open layouts and wide-plank stained oak floors. Over 100,000 square feet of amenities house a full court for basketball, three pools, a bowling alley, a spa with hammam, a sprawling 45,000-square-foot garden and more.
Contact: Extell Sales and Marketing, 212-252-1560
242 Broome St.
Located (ever so logically) at 242 Broome St., this 55-unit condominium launches sales this month with prices from $1.27 million.
Buyers will have their choice of one- to three-bedroom spreads.
The building twists, which gives apartments on the upper levels wide views and good exposure to natural light.
SHoP served as the property’s design architect, while SLCE acted as executive architect. DXA Studio handled the interiors, whose highlights are marble, blackened steel and white-oak wood touches.
There will be a gym, a lounge with kitchen and game area, roof terrace, bike storage and more.
Contact: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, 212-254-0242
87 Leonard St.
87 Leonard St.Photo: CORE
Tribeca, the once industrial, now high-class Lower Manhattan enclave, is known for its array of cast-iron architecture. Now’s your chance to live in one of these structures — a landmarked building at 87 Leonard St. that’s been converted into seven condos. Four units remain, including a just-listed 7,414-square-foot maisonette with two bedrooms and 444 square feet of outdoor space that is asking $7.75 million. There’s also a 3,612-square-foot penthouse with three bedrooms and a nice 1,573 square feet of outdoor space on the market for $10.75 million. The building also houses a gym for residents. Ben Shaoul’s Magnum Real Estate Group handled the conversion’s development, while GRADE New York spearheaded the design.
Contact: CORE, 212-726-0786
Nothing describes today’s Alphabet City better than a spiffy condo on the rise just down the block from a former heroin hot spot. Dubbed the Poppy Lofts (in an apparent homage to the block’s opiate-laden past?), this development at 26 Ave. B features just five units: floor-through two-bedrooms with outdoor space. Homes also have coffered ceilings, radiant-heated floors in the bathrooms and quartz waterfall kitchen counters. Pricing begins at $1.75 million and tops out at $2.5 million. Buyers get a virtual doorman, bike room and storage space.
Contact: Nest Seekers International, 646-443-3739
121 E. 22nd
An indoor pool? Check.
A fitness center? Check.
A catering kitchen and private dining room? Check.
These are just some perks on offer at Toll Brothers City Living’s glassy 121 E. 22nd St. condo, which is gearing up for a fall sales launch.
This 133-unit address — notably designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Rem Koolhaas’ firm OMA — has units spanning studios through five-bedrooms; it will also include a screening room, courtyard and terrace. Prices are not yet available.
Contact: Toll Brothers City Living, 121e22nd.com
UPPER WEST SIDE
Located at 269 W. 87th St., this garage-replacing residential development launches sales soon with prices from $2.5 million.
FXFOWLE Architects designed the 39-apartment building, while Champalimaud adorned the interiors.
The project has two- to five-bedroom dwellings, along with two townhouses and three penthouses.
Keep your clothes clean with in-unit washer/dryers and cook up a storm in chef’s kitchens with top-of-the-line appliances.
The townhouses feature 750-square-foot private garden terraces, while the penthouses also have private outdoor spaces for entertaining.
Beyond the luxe homes, The Chamberlain also has a 24-hour concierge, a central garden and two levels of amenities where residents will find a library lounge, kids’ playroom and a multi-purpose court for shooting hoops or screening movies.
Contact: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, 212-496-8269
Those on the prowl for a home in a smaller-scale building should keep their eyes out for the Morris Adjmi-designed 207W79 development, at 207 W. 79th St., which debuts in mid-October.
This address has only 19 units, spanning two- to five-bedrooms.
Pricing starts at roughly $3.9 million and surpasses $12 million.
There’s also a 24-hour attended lobby, a gym, a playroom for the kids and storage space.
Contact: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, 212-579-0079
UPPER EAST SIDE
The Jacqueline, a five-unit development at 227 E. 67th St., caters to those in search of a more intimate building community. The housing mix includes two-bedrooms with home offices and three-bedrooms with recreation rooms. Coffered ceilings, washer/dryers, radiant-heated bathroom floors and top-of-the-line kitchen appliances are among the homes’ features. This building is also prepping for a fall sales launch, and will additionally deliver a gym, storage and a part-time doorman. Prices start at $4 million and peak at $9 million.
Contact: Nest Seekers International, 646-443-3739
Piggybacking on an apparent trend of Upper East Side developments with female names, The Clare, a 19-story building at 301 E. 61st St., has launched sales. There are studios to three-bedroom units mixed with duplexes and a four-bedroom triplex penthouse. Chef’s kitchens have Miele appliances and custom Poggenpohl cabinetry, wide-plank white oak lines the floors and Watermark fixtures sparkle in the master bathrooms. The 13th-floor amenity level, which looks out to views of Central Park and the Queensboro Bridge, includes a gym, a lounge with a bar and an 800-square-foot terrace space. Prices here occupy a wide spread, from about $800,000 all the way up to $8.9 million.
Contact: The Corcoran Group, 646-455-0052
1399 Park Ave.
1399 Park.Photo: Volley
Here’s a Park Avenue address that won’t break the bank. The 72-unit 1399 Park Ave., at East 104th Street, launches on Thursday with prices from $680,000 to over $3 million. Designed by Goldstein, Hill & West out of glass with architectural concrete details, these apartments range from studios to four-bedrooms. The structure stands 23 stories and boasts views that span from nearby Central Park to the East River. Additional perks include on-site parking, a 24-hour doorman, gym, billiards room, playroom and library.
Contact: The Corcoran Group, 212-369-1399
The Style.Photo: Halstead Property Development Marketing
In need of signing a contract ASAP? The Style, a 31-dwelling, Gene Kaufman-designed condo at 51 E. 131st St., launched sales this month. The unit count encompasses studios, one- and two-bedroom pads priced from $349,000. The current selection includes a 444-square-foot studio with a balcony, washer/dryer, wide-plank oak floors and 9-foot coffered ceilings that asks $409,000. Amenities provide additional space, including a landscaped courtyard, gym with yoga area and a pet spa.
The Standish.Photo: Familiar Control
This 31-unit condo conversion — at 171 Columbia Heights in tony Brooklyn Heights — hit the market this week. DDG and Westbrook Properties are the names behind this project, where $1.29 million is the barrier to entry. One- to five-bedroom homes will all have nearly 10-foot ceilings in the living spaces, wide-plank Austrian white oak floors and custom-designed cabinetry. As for the building, whose facade sports handsome bay windows, it will have a gym, a yoga/stretching area, an on-site concierge/doorman and more.
Contact: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, 718-237-1710
It’s not often private storage space is included in the price of a new condo.
At 324 Twenty, a new boutique build at 324 20th St., buyers get just that, with asks starting at about $1.2 million.
The seven pads here range from two- to three-bedrooms; some of them are duplexes.
Units include washer/dryers.
Beyond those storage units — trust us, when it comes to NYC living, they’re a huge plus — the structure also has a landscaped roof deck, bicycle room and common laundry facility.
Keep an eye out for listings coming online this week.
Contact: Stribling Marketing Associates, 917-434-1821
The Vue Condominium
Scavolini kitchens with Viking appliances, private outdoor space, Nest thermostats and in-unit laundry are the typical fittings you read about in luxury Manhattan listings. But this 58-unit mixed-use development isn’t in Manhattan; it’s located at 1809 Emmons Ave. in Brooklyn’s far-flung Sheepshead Bay neighborhood. Sales here began this month, from $525,000 to $1.69 million. One- to three-bedrooms range from 720 to nearly 2,000 square feet. The Vue has an 82-space parking garage with valet service, as well as the roof-level “SkyDeck,” with a 45-foot saltwater pool looking out to ocean and city vistas.
Contact: The Corcoran Group, 917-309-3398
50 Greenpoint Ave.
50 Greenpoint.Photo: Halstead Property Development Marketing
Trendy, indie Greenpoint is set to have a new condo on the East River. Located at 50 Greenpoint Ave. not far from the neighborhood’s ferry landing, this Karl Fischer-designed address, with interiors by Cl-oth, debuts in October, with a total of 44 one- through three-bedroom spreads. They’re priced from an estimated $700,000. Living areas have floor-to-ceiling windows.
Contact: Halstead Property Development Marketing, 718-878-1950
Oxford Portland.Photo: Redundant Pixel
Brooklyn’s Fort Greene offers it all — a quaint neighborhood atmosphere, fantastic restaurants and easy access to transportation among them. Buyers looking to get a piece of the action should take a peek at Oxford Portland — adjacent properties at 164 S. Oxford St. and 171 S. Portland Ave. — that just commenced sales. Sixteen units are spread between these two buildings. Once an artist’s giant compound, the lot will soon be home to one- to four-bedroom abodes and duplex penthouses. Living spaces feature high ceilings, chef’s kitchens and marbled bathrooms. At 164 S. Oxford St., prices start at $1.42 million for a two-bedroom; at 171 S. Portland Ave., $1.72 million gets you a one-bedroom.
Contact: MNS, 212-475-9000
253 Eighth St.
Park Slope is known for its array of attractive townhouse properties. If you’re looking to snag one, a two-townhouse development at 253 Eighth St. has just come to market. They’re priced at $3.25 million and $3.49 million — and feature three to four bedrooms, garages and roof decks with outdoor kitchens.
Contact: The Corcoran Group, 718-810-4012
668 Halsey St.
Bed-Stuy, do or … buy! Sales will soon commence at the four-unit 668 Halsey St. — a ground-up development near Patchen Avenue. Its exterior boasts a facade mixed with wood and brick; inside, units have exposed brick. Asks will range from $599,000 to $825,000.
Contact: The Corcoran Group, 646-241-3375
347 Gates Ave.
Also boutique, the four-unit 347 Gates Ave. is also coming to market this fall. Residents share a common roof deck, while their homes have herringbone floors, custom bathrooms and marble kitchen counters. Asking prices: $850,000 to $1.15 million.
Contact: The Corcoran Group, 646-241-3375
LONG ISLAND CITY
The Monarch.Photo: Adam Grimshaw
In Queens — a borough dominated by new rentals — here’s one place to to put down roots and take out a mortgage. The Monarch, a 21-unit development that premiered in August, has one-, two- and three-beds on offer. Pricing starts at $700,000 for these apartments, which feature Bosch appliances and spa-like bathrooms with rain showers and deep soaking tubs. There’s also a virtual doorman, gym, a playroom for kids and parking.
Contact: Modern Spaces, 718-784-1110
21 West End
1 West End Ave.Photo: ICRAVE
August saw the leasing launch of the 43-story, 616-unit 21 West End — an SLCE Architects-designed tower within the Riverside Center megadevelopment — and move-ins began this month. ICRAVE fashioned the interiors. Apartments have Bosch washer/dryers, hardwood floors, KitchenAid appliances and floor-to-ceiling windows. Layouts range from studios to three-bedrooms — and current prices from $3,195 to $10,060 monthly. This building, located at 21 West End Ave. on the Upper West Side, also stands out for its over-the-top, over-35,000-square-foot amenity package, which opens later this fall. Its spaces include a children’s playroom with an oversized climbable dinosaur, an indoor dog run, a 10,000-square-foot fitness facility and a wine-tasting room.
Contact: Citi Habitats New Developments, 212-707-8700
American Copper Buildings
American Copper Buildings.Photo: MARCH
Those looking for a rental pad at the edge of Murray Hill can look forward to the mammoth American Copper Buildings’ debut this fall. This development, at 626 First Ave., contains 761 apartments across two copper-clad towers that are joined by a three-story skybridge. One of American Copper’s architects, from the renowned firm SHoP, once compared the project’s asymmetrical design to Beyoncé and Jay-Z dancing. There will be studios through three-bedrooms inside, with $2,800 in monthly rent as the barrier to entry. And the homes are quite nice, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, oak floors and SHoP-designed kitchens with Miele appliances and marbled master bathrooms. That skybridge, which floats 300 feet above the ground, has a lap pool, hot tub, bar and lounge. Elsewhere, there’s a rooftop infinity pool, rooftop grill and dining space, a hammam, a double-height fitness center and underground parking.
Contact: Citi Habitats New Developments, 212-686-0626
PERCH Harlem.Photo: Synapse Development Group
Harlem’s Hamilton Heights enclave, whose borders are 135th Street, 155th Street, St. Nicholas Avenue and the Hudson River, has become a trendy hot spot in recent years. Upscale restaurants and cafes mix with popular bars, and new residential buildings also contribute to the activity. Among them is PERCH Harlem — a 34-unit development at 542 W. 153rd St. that marks the first large rental in Manhattan to be designed with Passive House standards for energy efficiency. Renters have a choice of studios to three-bedroom homes. Prices begin at roughly $2,600 monthly, while penthouses will rent for around $5,300. Tenants will have access to a gym, lounge, roof terrace and private storage.
Contact: Citi Habitats, 212-685-7777
The Encore.Photo: Glenwood Management.
Leasing is live at Glenwood Management’s 256-unit Encore, located at 175 W. 60th St. near Lincoln Center. Here, renters get a choice of studio to two-bedroom layouts, with monthly charges from $3,670 per month. Current selections include a one-bedroom, one-bathroom pad that’s listed for $4,154 in net-effective rent, while a two-bedroom, two-bathroom home asks $8,917, also in net-effective pricing. Home features include sustainable bamboo flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows and washer/dryers. Tenants can take a dip in the 50-foot rooftop lap pool or in the 15-foot whirlpool spa, both looking out to the Hudson River. There’s also a gym, children’s playroom and 24-hour doorman service.
Contact: Glenwood Management, 888-304-7222
507 W. 28th St.
Is the High Line your favorite place to stroll? If so, and if you also want to live near Hudson Yards as it takes shape, take a peek at the High Line-adjacent 507 W. 28th St. rental. This 375-unit property, which also includes affordable housing, launches this fall with prices from $3,090 for a studio. Layouts reach three-bedrooms. Interested? You’ll get 10-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. The address will also deliver on-site parking, a large fitness center, an indoor heated pool, a lounge with catering kitchen and a quiet lounge.
Contact: MNS, 212-475-9000
555Ten.Photo: Extell Development
Extell’s 56-story 555Ten — a glassy SLCE-designed rental tower at 555 Tenth Ave. — is the latest addition to the Far West Side, an area becoming known for colossal rental properties, like Sky and Via 57 West. Layouts here reach three-bedrooms, though their prices are currently unavailable. Each home comes equipped with stainless-steel appliances, Porcelanosa-tiled bathrooms and Bosch washer/dryers. Extell additionally gives tenants the chance to choose light- or dark-colored decor schemes for the kitchens. It shouldn’t be a surprise that such a big building has lots of amenities — more than 30,000 square feet of ’em. There’s a bowling alley, arcade, covered outdoor dog park, roof-level pool and club, as well as a gym with an indoor saltwater pool.
Contact: Extell, 212-563-5553
461 Dean St.Photo: SHoP Architects
The 32-story 461 Dean — billed as the world’s tallest modular building — will launch leasing in October. The property, located at 461 Dean St. at the edge of Prospect Heights, forms just one part of the 15-building 22-acre Pacific Park Brooklyn megadevelopment. The SHoP Architects-designed structure will fit 363 rental homes, 182 of which are priced at market rate from the mid-$2,000s to the high $4,000s per month. The remainder are reserved for low- or middle-income tenants. No matter the income level, all apartments have washer/dryers, stainless-steel kitchen appliances, custom lacquered cabinetry and quartz counters. The amenity package fits a fitness room with yoga/dance studio, a game room with billiards and video games, an art studio and a roof lounge with a catering kitchen.
Contact: Forest City Ratner, info@461Dean.com
Leasing begins next month at Steiner NYC’s Hub, a 56-story high-rise at 333 Schermerhorn St. in Boerum Hill. Prices are not yet available, but the building will hold a mighty 750 units and 33,000 square feet of retail. A number of other Hub details are not available — like its rents — but the amenities seem fairly posh. There will be a roomy landscaped terrace with a sun deck, a gym with a yoga studio, a dog run, grilling cabanas and multiple residents’ lounges.
Contact: Nancy Packes, Inc., 212-308-8888
This month sees the debut of the second phase of Parkside Brooklyn in Prospect Park South. This stage includes 130 dwellings, from studios to three-bedrooms. Studios start at $2,650. And we know what’s cooking amenity-wise: a roof deck, courtyard, gym, yoga room, media room and concierge services. As for the homes, they’ve got large windows, high ceilings and open kitchens. Developed by Clipper Equity and designed by Karl Fischer, this project is located at 125 Parkside Ave.
Contact: Clipper Equity, 718-820-7275
265 Van Brunt St.
Ever thought of renting a home in Red Hook? Actress Michelle Williams once called this waterfront nabe home. And even though it’s a bit isolated, it’s a fun area. Brooklyn Crab and Hometown Bar-B-Que are popular eateries among locals and, yes, you can even get some meatballs at IKEA if your appetite desires. If you want to live in the thick of it all, there’s 19-unit 265 Van Brunt St., now leasing with anticipated October occupancy and prices from $2,700 to $4,500 per month. Apartments in this ground-up build range one- to three-bedrooms, with features including open kitchens with quartz counters and private outdoor space. The building also has parking and laundry.
Contact: The Corcoran Group, 917-747-2942
Fifth & Wythe
Fifth & Wythe.Photo: Citi Habitats
Hipsters rejoice! Not far from the Williamsburg waterfront stands Fifth & Wythe — a newly built rental at 55 N. Fifth St. The building has a total of 164 pads from studios to two-bedrooms, and 33 are reserved for affordable housing. Market-rate pricing begins at $2,599 in net-effective rent for a studio. All apartments have 9-foot-high ceilings, European white oak floors, oversized windows with solar shades and open kitchens. Seventh-floor spreads have terraces. Those without outdoor space need not fret — Fifth & Wythe’s 20,000-plus square feet of amenities deliver a roof deck and an 11,000-square-foot landscaped courtyard. Inside, there’s a private dining room, lounges and a gym.
Contact: Citi Habitats New Developments, firstname.lastname@example.org
976 Fulton St.
976 Fulton.Photo: Halstead Property Development Marketing
Folks looking to rent in charming Clinton Hill will have a new option in their midst in October. 976 Fulton St. will have 23 units — one- and two-bedrooms. Prices will start at $2,400. Isaac & Stern designed the building, with Hadas Metzler charged with the interiors. Each home has stainless-steel appliances, oak floors and washer/dryers; 13 apartments have outdoor space. Up top, there’s a landscaped roof deck.
Contact: Halstead Property Development Marketing, 718-878-1776
Long Island City’s Queens Plaza enclave is heating up with the construction of new apartment buildings, as The Post has previously reported, and among the new offerings are Tower 28 — the borough’s second-tallest tower.
This 477-unit rental, which stands 57 stories high at 42-12 28th St., is hitting the rental market this fall.
Prices are not available yet, but we can tell you all about its extensive amenity package.
Tenants will get a screening room, fitness center, pool, residents’ lounge, common terrace space, private indoor parking and much more.
Contact: MNS, 212-475-9000
1 QPS Tower
Also coming to white-hot Queens Plaza is 1 QPS Tower — a 44-story SLCE-designed building with 391 units. Developed by Kevin Maloney’s Property Markets Group, the Hakim Organization and Howard Lorber’s New Valley investment company, 1 QPS Tower has studios through two-bedrooms. Prices have not been released. A whopping 16,000 square feet of amenity spaces fit a 42-foot-high rock-climbing wall, a communal kitchen, a community garden, conference rooms for business types, lounges, a rooftop pool, community garden and Wi-Fi in all public areas.
Contact: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, 718-881-1777
Graffiti House.Photo: Weston Baker Creative Group
Keep your eyes peeled for rental apartments at Astoria’s Graffiti House to come online in October. This 28-unit building at 11-07 Welling Court houses only one-bedroom pads, with prices from $2,500/month. They range from 600 to 900 square feet, and have radiant heat flooring throughout, Italian chef’s kitchens, Nest thermostats, rain showers and washer/dryers. Almost every home has outdoor space. Common areas include a landscaped roof deck, gym, bike storage, a parking garage and an outdoor cinema. Move-ins begin in November.
Contact: Voyeur Real Estate, 718-705-7897
Househunters looking for a larger Astoria rental will have Astoria Central — at 31-51 31st St. — coming online this fall. SLCE — a firm that’s busy with a number of projects in this preview — also designed this building, which has 110 studios to three-bedrooms. Prices have not been released, but this edifice also contains nearly 23,000 square feet of retail, as well as a gym, a yoga studio and 133 underground parking spaces.
Contact: MNS, 212-475-9000
Occupancy is slated to begin next month — and leasings to come online this month — at The Independent, a 48-unit rental at 42-14 Crescent St. in Hunters Point. Prices are not released. Building amenities include a gym, lounge, a courtyard and a roof deck.
Contact: MNS, 212-475-9000
ERSEY CITY, NJ (BONUS!)
Trump Bay Street
It’s not big — it’s YUUUGE. That’s right, Kushner Companies and KABR Group launch leasing in late October at Trump Bay Street — the Garden State’s first Trump-branded rental building, The Post can reveal. Located at 65 Bay St. in Jersey City, the 51-story building, which has 447 units, includes an observation deck with a full-service kitchen for private events and Manhattan skyline and Statue of Liberty views, spa treatment rooms, a pool deck with a fire pit and lounge seating, a gym, on-site parking and common areas with Restoration Hardware furnishings. There’s also a party room, a sports parlor for man-cave needs, a poker room, a game room, a kids’ playroom, a dog run and a pet-washing room. The building houses studios, one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms and penthouses, with pricing from $2,195/month. Units have open kitchens and mocha oak wood flooring, custom cabinets, concrete Caeserstone countertops and backsplashes, GE stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets and washer/dryer sets.
Contact: The Marketing Directors, 201-451-6565
By Zachary Kussin, New York Post
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