A whole slew of new Upper West Side apartments are either on the market or about to be. Check out the these upcoming new developments on the UWS.
378 West End Avenue
The former site of the Collegiate School, originally sold to West End Collegiate Church for $45 million in 2015, was sold to Alchemy Properties in September of 2018 for $158 million.
The new development will consist of two connected buildings: 378 West End (19 stories) and 260-262 West 78th Street (12 stories).
An estimated 58 to 62 condos will be built, in addition to 20,000 square feet of amenities.
Construction is expected to commence during the fall of 2018.
269 West 87th Street
This luxury condo was inspired by the grand homes of the 1920s and 1930s. This can best be seen by its old-style exterior, featuring wrap-around corner windows, Juliet balconies, and multiple setbacks revealing private terraces.
The units range from two to five bedrooms. This includes two separate townhouses and three full-floor penthouses.
- Library lounge
- Multi-purpose sports court
- Children’s playroom
- Fitness center
- Storage (bike, cold and private storage for purchase)
Prices start at $2.4 million, and projected occupancy is fall of 2018.
Read more about The Chamberlain.
10 Riverside Boulevard, 30 Riverside Boulevard, and 635 West 59th Street
This brand new condo development is comprised of three shiny towers facing the Hudson River, located right between the Upper West Side and Midtown.
Apartments range from one to five bedrooms, and come with features such as floor-to-ceiling windows, sweeping city and river views, and marble kitchens and bathrooms.
There are a massive number of amenities, but here are some highlights:
- Tennis, basketball, soccer and squash courts
- 30-Foot Rock Climbing Wall
- Indoor Half-Pipe Skate Park
- Golf Simulator
- Fitness Center
- Pilates, yoga and boxing studios
- 25 meter lap pool
- Massage room
- Bowling Alley
- A private park (Waterline Square Park)
- Games Lounge including ping pong, billiards, and foosball
- Screening Room/Performance Space
- Business Center
- Indoor Gardening Room
- Art, music, video and photography studios
- 4,600+ square foot indoor children’s playroom
- Dog playroom, salon and training studio
Prices start in the high $1m range. Expected occupancy is late 2018.
Read more about Waterline Square.
214 West 72nd Street
This upcoming Upper West Side condo will be 21 stories, with 20 full floor apartments measuring 1500 square feet (on average). There will also be retail on the ground floor.
The demolition of the current site is expected to be completed by the end of this summer, and construction is expected to be complete by the spring of 2020.
Stay on top of the construction progress of 214 West 72nd Street.
555 West End Avenue
Originally purchased from St. Agnes School for $50 million, this reconfigured condo will have 13 duplex apartments.
Apartments will range from three to five bedrooms and will have twelve foot ceilings and eat-in kitchens.
- roof top terrace
- recreation room
- stroller valet
- onsite storage
The average price will be $12.4 million. Sales are expected to begin this fall.
Read more about 555 West End Ave.
212 West 95th Street
The developers bought this site from a former SRO for $41 million. The building will have 19 stories with 2 apartments per floor, plus retail and garage parking.
They are hoping to complete construction by 2020.
Here is a rendering, courtesy of JRM Construction Management.
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.
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, and construction is expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2019.
225 West 86th Street
The giant building on the south side of 86th between Amsterdam and Columbus has been undergoing a condo conversion. 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.
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.
200 Amsterdam Avenue
This new construction has been at the center of lots of controversy, and will stand a staggering 668 feet tall. Construction is scheduled to begin soon.
50 West 66th Street
Construction has recently begun, and 50 West 66th Street will actually be the tallest building in the neighborhood (at 775 feet). The mixed use condo will have 127 apartments.
207 West 75th Street
This low-rise condo will have six apartments across six floors.
The units at 207 West 75th Street measure a bit under 2,000 feet.
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