Last November, 6sqft reported that Ian Schrager and the Witkoff Group’s upcoming hotel/condominium building 215 Chrystie Street had just made its way past the midway point. Now, the “tough-luxe” Bowery development has reached its full apex, 314 feet to the mechanical bulkhead, dominating the low-slung skyline of the Lower East Side.
The mixed-use development will have a 356-room PUBLIC Hotel from Ian Schrager along its lower levels, topped by 11 limited condominium residences. Pritzker Prize-winning firm Herzog & de Meuron, with Beyer Blinder Belle as architects of record, designed the arthropod-esque, concrete-framed building.
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, Tue, September 16, 2014
- 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)