We love to see the city skyline change through the years. The New York views when I started in the Real Estate industry 20 years ago is not the same as it is today. I feel blessed everyday to witness the evolution and be able to sell this vibrant, ever-changing city.
A big part of the change are the constant New Developments being built. I’ve rounded up the three West Side New Developments that are paving the concrete of the future Manhattan.
50 W. 66th Street
The Corcoran Group has quietly begun to market and sell Extell
‘s newest residential building 50 West 66th
Street. Being part of the Corcoran family, SAEZ FROMM has early access to this soon to be iconic Upper West Side development. Extell is most recently known for the notable new development, Central Park Tower
Extell’s most recent project, 50 West 66th Street, is a 70-story tower is slated to become the tallest residential skyscraper on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Proving to be Upper West Side’s newest gem, residences are selling at a rapid pace. So rapid that they have already had their first round of price increases.
What to Expect?
50 West 66th Street will offer 127 condominium units starting at $5,000,000. Many residences will feature Central Park and Hudson River views. The homes have high ceilings, top of the line finishes and offer a variety of floorplans.
Residents will enjoy over 50,000 square feet of amenity space including and indoor and outdoor pool, Sky lounge and much more.
If you’re looking for your new home, I recommend you to visit this amazing new project. Showings are being held in the Sales Center. Much like the Upper East Side New Developments, we project the sell-out of 50 W. 66th Street to be on floorplans alone. The inventory in the podium level is already moving quickly, plus a second round of price increases is scheduled in the near future. Get in while prices are at their lowest!
Should you want more information on the building or would like to set up a private showing in the sales gallery, please contact me at [email protected]
500 W. 22nd Street (Park House)
Being in West Chelsea is alway a nostalgic feeling for me. It’s where I raised my family. It’s where my babies became pre-teens. It’s where our family memories live. Being a founding Avenues
mom, living in West Chelsea was an easy walk for drop offs.
500 W. 22nd Street is in the prime of West Chelsea. Perched at the corner of Tenth Avenue and 22nd Street, across from Clement Clarke Moore Park, Park House Chelsea is a collection of ten meticulously designed park front residences by Annabelle Selldorf, founder of the eponymously named firm—Selldorf Architects.
Though its understated, modernist-inspired design, Park House has a subtle distinction and intentional longevity built to last—perfect for those wishing to embrace the West Chelsea Lifestyle on the area’s most treasured Gallery Row that features the Dia and the newly opened Hauser & Wirth Galleries.
With only 10 residences, this boutique building has all the potential of community to be made.
For more information, email [email protected]
so I can take you on a tour of not only the residences at 500 W. 22nd Street, but also the lifestyle you’re sure to love in West Chelsea.
65 Franklin (The Rebel)
Designed by award-winning architect CetraRuddy
, Tribeca Rebel at 65 Franklin introduces distinctive, crafted details that compliment modern materials and reinvent cast-iron architecture.
This 19-story residential building in TriBeCa will be 210 feet high with 41 homes. It is located on the corner of Broadway and Franklin Streets.
Through imaginative use of heavy mixed metals, warm wood tones and hand-selected marbles, craftsmanship like this has never been seen before in Downtown Manhattan.