- East Side Views & More; $1,000 Deposit Special at Murray Hill High Rise Rentals [link]
- 250 E. Houston Ditches Red Square Name and Communist Statue, Offers Concession on Newly-Renovated Apartments [link]
- Extell Unveils 555X, Premier High-Floor Rentals on Manhattan’s West Side [link]
- Elegant Upper East Side Rentals with Amenities to Pamper Yourself; Listings from $2,417/Month [link]
- Brodsky’s Enclave at the Cathedral Offers 1 Month of Free Rent [link]
- Classically Modern: The Buchanan Offers Free Rent For Its ‘Reborn’ Luxury Interiors & Amenities [link]
- East Harlem Design Standout 329 Pleasant Avenue Offers 1 Month Free Rent [link]
- Final Units at Brooklyn Garden Houses Offering Communal Gardens + One Month Free Rent [link]
- Brand New Rentals at The Posthouse in Clinton Hill Listed from $2,175/Month [link]
555 Tenth Avenue
Applications are currently being accepted for the second phase of affordable apartments at 555 Tenth Avenue and 41st Street in booming Hudson Yards on Manhttan’s West Side. Extell Development’s luxurious 610-foot-tall, the mixed-use tower includes 56 stories and spans 725,000 square feet. The amenities seem endless, with residential access to the building’s 24-hour fitness center with a yoga studio, indoor pool, outdoor rooftop pool, outdoor landscaped space, a bowling alley and a putting green. New Yorkers earning 40 and 120 percent of the area median income can apply for units ranging from $613 per month studios to $2,875 three-bedrooms.
- Live in SHoP’s American Copper Buildings from $2,975/Mo; Read Carter’s New Review [link]
- Behold the Views (Present & Future) from Midtown’s 555TEN, Now Leasing with Two Months Free Rent [link]
- Leasing Begins at Jersey City Urby, Vertical Community + Stunning Views from $2,000/Month [link]
- Take In the Incredible Views at 1 QPS Tower; LIC’s Newly-Opened Rental Leasing From $1,989/Mo. [link]
- NoMad’s One Sixty Madison Offering One Month Free on Select Residences [link]
- Cassa Hotel and Residences Offering Up To Two Months of Free Rent [link]
- Midtown’s Slender Icon Offering Months of Free Rent & Sedate Skyscraper Living [link]
- Midtown’s Townsend Now Offering Two Months Free [link]
- Jersey City’s 41-Story Rental Tower Announces Summer 2017 Opening & Reveals Pricing [link]
- More Amenities Unveiled at Extell’s Midtown Rental 555Ten; Leasing Continues with Free Rent Offer [link]
- Stonehenge Offering Two Months Free + $1,000 Security Deposits at 101W15 in Chelsea [link]
- Long Island City’s 1QPS Tower Launches Leasing with Two Months Free; Studios from $1,989/Month [link]
- 100 West 143rd Street Offering One Month of Free Rent on Newly Renovated Residences [link]
- Lauded Rental High-Rise in Long Island City Offers Two Months of Free Rent + $1,000 Deposits [link]
- One Month Free with One Year Leases at The Lucerne on the Upper East Side [link]
- New Karl Fisher Rental Opens in Greenpoint; 544 on the Park Kicks Off Leasing with Half-Month’s Free Rent [link]
- Williamsburg’s Bright & Cheery 34 Berry Street Offering One Month of Free Rent [link]
- Special Rental Offers at 140 Riverside Boulevard Apartments on the Upper West Side [link]
Model unit designed by Lillian August
After launching its affordable housing lottery for 120 below-market rate units back in May, 555Ten has revealed pricing for its 478 market-rate rentals, ranging from $3,150/month studios to $6,250/month two-bedrooms. Designed by SLCE Architects and developed by Extell, the 610-foot, 53-story glassy skyscraper will offer an over-the-top amenity package (including a dog run, two salt water pools, and a bowling alley) and custom-designed interiors from McGinley Design. The model units are open for business, and we’re told that the amenity spaces will start to reveal themselves later this week in anticipation of November occupancies.
Last September, 6sqft reported the topping out of Extell Development‘s 610-foot-tall, mixed-use tower quietly rising at 555 Tenth Avenue and 41st Street. Now fully sheathed in glass, the development team kicked off its housing lottery for the building’s 120 below-market rate units, priced from $910 per month for studios up to to $1,315 for three-bedrooms.
Designed by SLCE Architects, the 53-story, 725,000-square-foot structure rises one block west of the Port Authority Bus Terminal and two avenues west of the 42nd Street A/C/E train station with its connection to Times Square. The building is within the emerging Hudson Yards area, which over the next decade will usher in thousands of residential units and millions of square feet of new office space. Across from the tower, an additional 7-train subway station may be constructed to meet the increasing number of residents in the area.
With the opening of the 7 train extension earlier this month, things are finally starting to look up for Manhattan’s far West Side–literally. Hudson Yard’s Coach Tower is nearing its 900-foot apex, and Gary Barnett’s Extell Development has topped off construction on its 610-foot high skyscraper at 555 Tenth Avenue.
Extell’s rental/dormitory project anchors a full block-front between West 40th and 41st streets, and cozies up next to (and above) the neo-gothic Church of Saints Cyril & Methodius and Saint Raphael, from which the savvy developer purchased 140,000 square feet of air rights from in 2012 for $16.5 million. According to previous reports, Barnett obtained the rights to build on the 18,000 square-foot parcel after signing a 99-year ground lease from the estate of Sol Goldman in 2011. The $480 million project is partly financed by means of $100 million from EB5 equity investors.
You’ve probably realized that New York is in the midst of a skyscraper boom, but if the ubiquitous scaffolding and sidewalk detours haven’t given it away, we bring you further proof — with part two of our series detailing the tallest residential towers set to rise high above the city, forever changing New York’s skyline.
Compared to the previous 26 projects — the tallest of the tall that included ultra-luxury and super-tall towers such as 432 Park Avenue and 125 Greenwich Street — this second batch is composed of smaller buildings ranging from 500 to 700 feet tall and features greater geographical diversity and lots more rentals. With developers scouring the city for less expensive areas to assemble properties, these often-controversial projects are slated to rise in some of our more human-scaled ‘hoods such as East Harlem, South Street Seaport, and Williamsburg.