New Developments on the UWS

New Developments on the UWS

A whole slew of new Upper West Side apartments are either on the market or about to be. Check out the these two upcoming new developments on the UWS, plus a condo conversion of a long-standing prewar building.

350 West 71st Street

This seven story condo replaces two SRO buildings which previously occupied the space. The block is pretty serene and one of my favorite Manhattan streets. Sales are expected to kick off this spring. There will be 38 apartments, ranging from 2 to 4 bedrooms and starting at $1.725 million. Building amenities will include a 24-hour doorman, gym, children’s playroom, library, rooftop terrace, bicycle room, and private storage.

Stribling Marketing Associates are marketing the units.

More info about this building.

New Developments on the UWS

 

The Belnord

The giant building on the south side of 86th between Amsterdam and Columbus has been undergoing a condo conversion. Located at 225 West 86th Street, the building was sold from Extell to HFZ in 2015. The completed condo will have 80 apartments (down from 218 previously housed units).

Douglas Elliman Development Marketing are marketing the units.

More info about this building.

New Developments on the UWS

 

250 West 81st Street

Sales have begun, and occupancies are expected for the first quarter of 2019. The building has 31 apartments, ranging from 2 to 5 bedrooms. Currently signed contracts include a 4 bedroom penthouse for $16 million.

The amenity package at this building is huge.  A few of the more unique perks include a children’s playroom with an “imagination forest” (yeah, I don’t know what the hell that means), a golf simulator room, and a music recording studio with a mixing board and recording booth.

Stribling Marketing Associates are marketing the units.

More info about this building 

New Developments on the UWS

 

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Mike is a native Upper West Sider. He's lived in the Lincoln Center area, Morningside Heights, and pretty much everywhere in between. You can frequently find him eating through the many great restaurants on the Upper West Side or awkwardly taking iPhone photos for @ilovetheupperwestside.
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