1110 Park avenue

Real Estate Wire

15 central park west, 15 central park west apartment
  • A tower unit at 15 Central Park West has sold for nearly $10M, about three times what the owner paid for it. [NYO]
  • The Astoria Cove housing development is required to set aside 20% of its 1,700 units for lower-income residents, but the city may push for as many as 30%. [Crain’s]
  • The Fiscal Policy Institute wants the city to start taxing very expensive pied-à-terres. [TRD]
  • The B2 modular tower at the Atlantic Yards (a.k.a. Pacific Park Brooklyn) could leak says Skanska in documents to Forest City Ratner. The builder and developer are headed to court tomorrow. [Atlantic Yards Report]
  • Brooklyn-based real estate investor and lender Alliance Private Capital Group has purchased a residential development site in Williamsburg for $35M. [Crain’s]
  • A taste of the apartments at 1110 Park Avenue. [Curbed]

15 Central Park West (left); B2 Tower (right)

Real Estate Wire

  • Renderings of what 1110 Park Avenue will look like inside. [Buzz Buzz Home]
  • Condos at Ian Schrager’s upcoming Public hotel on the Lower East Side are poised to break a sales record for the neighborhood. Prices are said to start at $7M. [TRD]
  • Condos at the Oosten have hit the market. The building offers up a mix of townhouses, duplexes, one-, two- and three-bedrooms, lofts and duplex penthouses starting at $710K. [CityRealty]
  • Douglas Elliman has launched a new commercial branch, Douglas Elliman Commercial. [6sqft inbox]
  • A Chinese developer has paid $128M for the United Charities Building. Future plans? Condos, of course. [Curbed]

1110 Park Avenue (left); Oosten (right)