Spring 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 (your Viñolys, Meiers, and SHoPs among them) and apartments in some of the city’s most anticipated megaprojects, along with under-the-radar outer-borough rentals and “affordable” apartments. It’s a lot to take in, and as always, if we missed anything, the tipline is right this way.
37. 60 White Street
Sorgente Group of America has relaunched sales at 60 White Street, the 1869-built historic building retrofitted by Bostudio into eight posh condos. The building originally appeared on the market in 2014, but two condos hit the market again in February—a two-bedroom asking $4.625 million and a three-bedroom penthouse seeking $9.275 million.
38. 403 Greenwich Street
The development of this Tribeca condo by Colonnade Group has been in the works for no fewer than eight years. It was poised to be the world’s first glass brick building, but that originally proposed Joseph Pell Lombardi design was traded in for a more traditional building by Morris Adjmi in 2011. The four-apartment building is finally poised to hit the market this May. Shocker: the apartments will be expensive, with prices ranging from just shy of $4 million for the three duplex three-bedrooms to $12 million for the five/six-bedroom penthouse.
39. 868 Lorimer Street
A ground-up building designed by Stephen B. Jacobs Group, this McCarren Park-abutting condo is due to hit the market in April. Its 14 apartments will include five two-bedrooms, four three-bedrooms, four full floor three/four-bedrooms, and one duplex penthouse priced between $1.55 million and $2.5 million. The Chatham Development Company-developed building will come with indoor parking, a landscaped courtyard, and a media room.