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New NYC apartments hitting the market: fall 2017

Curbed // Sep 06, 2017

Fall is just around the corner, which can only mean one thing: the real estate market is about to pick up, and quickly.

And of course, that can only mean one thing for Curbed NY: it’s time to look at the many, many, many apartments—both rentals and condos—that will be hitting New York’s real estate market in the next few months. Across more than 40 developments, there are starchitect-designed buildings and apartments in some of the city’s most anticipated megaprojects, along with under-the-radar outer-borough rentals and “affordable” apartments.

7. 550 West 29th Street
The veil is coming off of Cary Tamarkin’s once-mysterious High Line condo at 550 West 29th Street as it gears up for a fall sales launch. (Core is handling sales and marketing.) The development, which replaced a low-rise building, will have 19 units—a mix of standard apartments, duplexes, and penthouses—starting at $3.6 million; the penthouses, which will range from 2,950 to nearly 4,000 square feet, will go for more, with the priciest asking $15 million. The building’s amenities will include a fitness room and sauna, bike storage, and a 24-hour attended lobby.

12. 150 Wooster St
Local artists initially fought plans to convert a single-story garage on Wooster Street into condos, but after 150 Wooster got a new development team (KUB Capital, which is now spearheading the project, came on in 2014), the Landmarks Preservation Commission gave the project the green light. The new, eight-story building, also designed by KUB, will have five full-floor lofts and a crowning duplex penthouse. The apartments start at $12.95 million, and sales are expected to launch sometime in September 2017.

Original Article: Curbed