On the morning of March 11th, Alfa Development and luxury real estate group CORE, welcomed brokers and real estate executives for a lively breakfast and panel discussion titled, "The Future of Boutique Condominiums." Topics included the projects that now epitomize the city, the ever evolving real estate market and what's next for New York's neighborhoods.
The panel featured some of the leading names in New York's boutique condominiums including Shawn Katz of KUB Capital, Jon Kully of FLANK and Roy Stillman of Stillman Development. The discussion was moderated by Tim Crowley, Director of New Development with CORE.
The event was held in Residences 2, one of the final remaining homes at Alfa Development's 199 Mott Street, an 11-unit boutique condominium located in the heart of NoLita, and hosted by Emily Beare, a top-producing agent with CORE, who Alfa recently tapped to exclusively sell the home. It is currently listed at $7,775,000. 199 Mott is the fourth building in Alfa's Green Collection of sustainable residential developments and features various locally-sourced and sustainable materials.