CurbedSeptember 20, 2012'Tis the season for new developments, as the sales market returns from its traditional summer slowdown. Today thePost profiles a few of the new condos headed NYC's way this fall. Here's a quick rundown of pricing, amenity, and other reveals for some projects that have flown under our radar:
1) 93 Worth Street: The signage andteaser website recently went up for this condo project (right), with studio through four-bedroom units, and now we know the rough prices, too. The 92 condos will be priced between $1,250 and $2,000 per square foot. Amenities: fitness center, 3,845-square-foot roof deck, playroom.
2) 752 West End Avenue: This building sold at a loss in fall 2010, and the new owners planned to keep the building as a rental. Turns out that plan didn't last long: the Paris Hotel building will actually be studio through two-bedroom condos with a gym and renovated lobby. Studios will start at $389,000, one-bedrooms at $497,000, and two-bedrooms at $895,000.
3) The Vista: This is a new 48-unit LIC condo with all kinds of Feng Shui—"no fourth floor, residences will not have balconies adjacent to living rooms and the entrances to each apartment will not face another interior door." Prices will start at $360,000 for studios through 2BRs.
4) Philip House: This building's less classy appellation is 141 East 88th Street, and its 79 condos, 1BRs to 5BRs, start at $850,000. (The "Philip House" name is for the Philip Rhinelander, of the family that originally built the building.) Amenities: gym, music practice space, foosball table! Perfect for training the Upper East Side's next generation of lords and ladies.
5) 67 Liberty Street: There are 14 units in this addition to a long-boarded-up five-story commercial buidling, and they've been a long time coming. They're finally ready to hit the market with their oak floors and white mocha mahogany cabinets, and they'll start in the $800,000s.