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New NYC apartments for sale: Fall 2018

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

And of course, that can only mean one thing for real estate gawkers: it's time to look at the many, many, many apartments that will be hitting the market in the next few months. Across approximately 30 developments, there are starchitect-designed buildings and apartments in some of the city's most anticipated megaprojects, along with under-the-radar outer-borough projects and "affordable" apartments.

It's a lot to take in, and as always, if we missed anything, the tipline is right this way. And for rentals, head right this way.

Developments are listed geographically, starting at Manhattan’s southern tip and continuing north, then through the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and New Jersey.

1. 25 Park Row

25 Park Row

New York, NY 10038

The 50-story building rising on the former J&R Music World site is due to launch sales on its 110 condos this fall. COOKFOX is designing the tower, which is situated between Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners’ glassy One Beekman, and the Beaux Arts landmark at 15 Park Row. Inside, the condos will have large windows—each apartment will have views of City Hall Park, according to the developers—and sleek designs. The units on higher floors will having “sweeping panoramas” of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Hudson River, and beyond. As for amenities, those will include a 65-foot swimming pool, an outdoor lawn, and parking, which will be accessible via tiny Theater Alley. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group will handle sales.

2. 15 Jay Street

15 Jay St

New York, NY 10013

A five-unit Tribeca rental will be converted into five luxury condos asking anywhere between $4 and $8 million. One of the apartments will be a one-bedroom duplex; three will be full floor two-bedroom units; and there will be a duplex penthouse with three bedrooms. These loft-like residences will have high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and Sub-Zero, Miele and Wolf appliances in the kitchen. MNS is in charge of sales and marketing.

3. 100 Franklin

100 Franklin St

New York, NY 10013

In 2014 developer DDG set in motion a plan to bring high-end condos to a slim site across from Tribeca’s Roxy Hotel. That vision will hit a milestone this fall, when the 10 full-floor apartments (including two duplex penthouses) will hit the market priced from $3.3 million. The development is made up of two buildings and will offer resident amenities including a bicycle room and storage.

4. Idylls

193 Henry St

New York, NY 10002

This six-story building designed by Think! Architecture is Manhattan’s first luxury condo built using modular construction. Developed by Jeffrey Jacobs, Idylls, as the project is now called, has five full-floor apartments that are expected to ask from $2.1 million. Amenities will include a 24-hour virtual doorman, audio/video entry systems, and a landscaped roof deck with grilling stations. Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing is handling sales, and move-ins are expected sometime in late fall.

5. Greenwich West

110 Charlton St

New York, NY 10014

This 30-story building only began its ascent in July, but its 170 condos are due to hit the market this October with Corcoron Sunshine Marketing Group. The design of the building is a collaboration between two Parisian firms, Loci Anima and Sebastien Segers, with Adamson Associates as architect of record. In their design, the team was inspired by the industrial architecture of this western section of Soho, and fused that with classical French architecture. Apartments at Greenwich West will range from studios to three-bedrooms, with prices starting just under $1 million.

6. Celeste Gramercy

150 E 23rd St

New York, NY 10010

ODA New York designed this 51-unit condo tower, rising where three small buildings once stood. The apartments will be available in one- to three-bedroom configurations, with the cheapest units beginning at $1.075 million. Amenities include a rooftop sky deck, a concierge, children’s room, and an outdoor pool.

7. Eight05

805 9th Ave

New York, NY 10019

In Hell’s Kitchen, this small building will be made up of just five full-floor residences asking from $2.7 million. Designed by Pinner Architecture, each home will include keyed elevator access, kitchens with Bosch dishwashers, herringbone white oak flooring, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Amenities will include a virtual doorman, bike storage, private deeded storage, and a rooftop with barbecue areas and views of Manhattan. Sales, which will be handled by Dorothy Somekh at Halstead, will begin in September.

8. 200 Amsterdam

200 Amsterdam Ave

New York, NY 10023

Now that the Board of Standards and Appeals has given the green light to the 668-foot skyscraper at 200 Amsterdam Avenue, developer SJP Properties plans to launch sales on the Upper West Side tower this fall. The 51-story condo building, designed by Elkus Manfredi (with CetraRuddy on the interiors), will have 112 apartments in one- to five-bedroom variants; according to the developers, these will have “gracious layouts reflective of pre-war apartment buildings.” In keeping with that theme, the facade will have a series of setbacks, giving the whole thing a modern wedding-cake building vibe. There’s also a distinctive crown topping the structure.

9. 134 West 83rd Street

134 W 83rd St

New York, NY 10024

This small ground-up building just one block off Central Park will bring six condos priced from $4 million to the Upper West Side. The development, developed by Grid Group and designed by David Howell - DHD, will include four full-floor condos, a garden duplex, and a duplex penthouse, each with nine-foot ceilings, outdoor space, and a fireplace. Interiors will include custom-stained white oak floors; kitchens with marble countertops and Miele and Wolf appliances; and a vented Electrolux washer and dryer. Individual storage units will round out the spaces, which will top out on the market around $6 million. Nicole Hechter and Masayo Hashimoto of Corcoran will have the listings when the project comes to market in September.

10. 555 West End Avenue

555 West End Ave

New York, NY 10024

The former St. Agnes Boys School designed by William A. Boring in 1908 will debut this fall as a 13-condo building with units starting from a steep $7.9 million. The building’s past lends it a unique set-up as condos—the Landmarks Preservation Commission okayed an addition that allowed the conversion in June 2015—wherein details like limestone window bays, filigreed windows, parapets, and carved stone facade elements will be restored by developers Tamarkin Co. and CL Investment Group. The condos will range in size from three- to five-bedrooms, along with a rooftop penthouse. The development’s family-sized condos means family-friendly amenities like a stroller valet and cold storage rooms for groceries, and other more common amenities like bicycle storage, a gym, and a rec room will also be on site.

11. The Fifth Avenue

1325 5th Ave

New York, NY 10029

A 151 unit condo building called The Fifth Avenue is set to launch sales in September on its one- and two-bedroom homes. A few units appeared on the market in August, but the full launch is set to follow soon. One-bedrooms within the Tahl Propp Equities development start at $750,000 and two-bedrooms will go from $1.045 million. A fitness center, yoga studio, bike room, 24-hour attended lobby, and furnished roof deck are among the amenities. MNS will handle sales.

12. The Rennie

2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd

New York, NY 10030

The historic Harlem Renaissance Ballroom and Casino is now home to an eight-story, 134-condo building dubbed The Rennie. Apartments within the BRP Companies-developed building will range from studios to three-bedrooms and 20 percent have been set aside for affordable housing. Market-rate prices will range from from $589,000 to $1.89 million and prices for the affordable units will hover between $300,000 and $350,000. (Halstead Property Development Marketing is handling sales.) GF55 is behind the design and the amenity package includes a fitness room, children’s playroom, pet spa, an entertaining terrace, and an expansive rooftop lounge. Construction is wrapping up and occupancy is scheduled to begin soon.

13. 31-19 37th Avenue

11-31 37th Ave

Astoria, NY 11101

In Long Island City, a boutique building on the corner of 37th Avenue and 32nd Street is bringing 11 one- and two-bedrooms to the area. There will be one ground-floor duplex and most of the apartments will offer private outdoor spaces. Pricing has yet to be revealed.

14. The Smyth

25-16 37th Ave

Long Island City, NY 11101

The Smyth, a 42-unit development located on 37th Avenue in Long Island City, is expected to launch sales market this fall, though prices haven’t been revealed yet. Nevertheless, the building will include a penthouse with double height ceilings, radiant heat flooring bathrooms, and in unit washer/dryers, and outdoor spaces for most of the apartments.

15. Corte

21-30 44th Dr

Long Island City, NY 11101

This Long Island City condo launched sales on its 85 apartments in early August with prices starting from $560,000. The building is inspired by Buenos Aires’ low-rise architecture and was co-designed by Argentinian architecture firm Dieguez Fridman Arquitectos & Asociados. Apartments at Corte come in studio through three-bedroom variants, and amenities include a residents’ lounge, a fitness center, and a landscaped roof deck with cabanas.

16. 321 Manhattan Avenue

321 Manhattan Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11211

SL Development is behind this small Williamsburg project that will include one duplex and one triplex apartment, each with private outdoor space. The units will go for $1.895 million and $1.95 million when they hit the market with Lesley Semmelhack of Corcoran in September.

17. 308 N 7th

308 N 7th St

Brooklyn, NY 11211

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The former site of a Williamsburg soap factory gave way to this 45-unit condo that’s poised to hit the market this September. Although the building is inspired by “the rawness of Williamsburg’s past,” as per marketing speak, its pricing isn’t: The one- to three-bedroom condos will hit the market from $840,000, offering residents top-floor amenity spaces like a gym with outdoor exercise space, a terrace with barbecues, and private cabanas available for purchase. Adam America Real Estate and the Naveh Shuster Group are developing the condo, and Isaac & Stern is the project’s architect.

18. 21 Powers

21 Powers St

Brooklyn, NY 11211

A warehouse at 21 Powers Street in Williamsburg gave way to this 14-unit condo building. The building will rise just four stories and will offer one- and two-bedroom apartments, including duplexes and penthouses. Prices are expected to range between $775,000 to $1.55 million and building amenities will include parking, a fitness studio, bike storage, and a rooftop lounge with cabanas. Minrav Development is behind the project and GE-T Architects has been tapped for the design. Sales are expected to launch sometime this fall, with Halstead Property Development Marketing’s The Aguayo Team handling.

19. The Concord Condominiums

180 Concord St

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn, this boutique condo will have just 21 apartments. Isaac & Stern Architects is designing the building, which features a mix of studios through three-bedroom homes. Pricing on the condos has not yet been unveiled but sales are expected to launch sometime this fall. Residents in the building will also have access to a roof deck, and private storage.

20. One Clinton Street

1 Clinton St

Brooklyn, NY 11201

The former Brooklyn Heights library is now well on its way to becoming a 36-story condo building, developed by Hudson Companies, and sales are due to launch sometime this fall. The Marvel Architects-designed tower will have 133 apartments (in one- to five-bedroom layouts), though pricing for the units has yet to be revealed. In addition to a new high-tech library at its base, building amenities will include a screening room, terrace, bike storage, and an upper-level “sky terrace” with views of the East River and beyond.

21. 11 Hoyt Street

11 Hoyt St

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Developer Tishman Speyer has assembled a star-studded design team for its first ground-up condo building in the city. Jeanne Gang’s Chicago-based firm Studio Gang will design the building, along with Hill West Architects; the condo will feature interiors by Michaelis Boyd Associates and landscaping by Hollander Design. The 51-story condo will have 480 apartments, a mix of studio through four-bedroom apartments with prices expected to range from $600,000 to over $4 million.

22. Cobble Hill House

78 Amity St

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Just across the street from the former Long Island College Hospital campus is Cobble Hill House, a new 27-condo residential building with indoor parking that will takes cues from the surrounding townhouses with a simple brick facade. Vega Development and CWB Architects teamed up on the project, which will include a rooftop terrace with downtown Manhattan views and an outdoor kitchen, a gym, a children’s playroom, and storage for each apartment. The condos will range from $725,000 to $3.675 million when they hit the market in September, and will be on the market with Deborah Rieders of Corcoran.

23. 75 Greene

75 Greene Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11238

This condo conversion at 75 Greene Avenue in Fort Greene has a total of 25 one- to three-bedrooms. Apartments here will ask between $845,000 and $2.495 million and the GF55 Architects-designed project, located in a converted Clinton Hill landmark, will include amenities like a rooftop terrace, an outdoor entertainment space, and a bike room. MNS is handling sales, which are expected to launch some time this fall

24. 511 Herkimer Street

511 Herkimer St

Brooklyn, NY 11213

Eight new condos will come to Bed-Stuy in September with the sales launch of 511 Herkimer. The new development will include four “loft-like” one bedroom apartments, one studio, one garden duplex, and two simplex one-bedrooms. Some condos will have private outdoor space and all will have in-unit laundry. Prices will range from $399,000 to $850,000, and sales will be led by Daniel Kandinov & Natalia Kaminskaya of Corcoran.

25. The Bergen Collection

753 Bergen St

Brooklyn, NY 11238

In Prospect Heights, developers Red Brick Capital are constructing the Bergen Collection, a pricey condo building that will house nine two- and three-bedroom apartments. Each one of the units will have private elevator access, 18-foot ceilings, and outdoor spaces of their very own. RYBAK architects is behind the building’s design and prices will start around $1.6 million. Sales, to be handled by Halstead Property Development Marketing’s The Aguayo Team, are slated to launch in September.

26. 51 Lincoln Place

51 Lincoln Pl

Brooklyn, NY 11217

Four spacious condos will come to market with the September sales launch of 51 Lincoln Place, a rather contemporary building developed by Build 360 and designed by Atelier Architecture. Each condo in the Park Slope project will come with outdoor space, ranging from a landscaped garden to a rooftop divided into private sections, and have three exposures. Condos will be priced between $2.2 million and $2.7 million and be on the market with Behzad Amiri of Corcoran.

27. Arbor Eighteen

613 4th Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11215

A once underdeveloped corner in South Slope will soon be home to this 73-condo building, due to hit the market from $520,000 this fall. The studio through three-bedroom condos will have interiors designed by Paris Forino, though there’s no word yet on what those might look like. The project is a joint venture of Adam America Real Estate and CGI Strategies, with Isaac & Stern serving as architect.

28. Cyprus Condominium

309 Ocean Pkwy

Brooklyn, NY 11218

Global Industries’ 14-unit Kensington condo will hit the market in October with apartments priced from $662,000. Amenities here will be par for the course, and include a rooftop terrace, gym with a yoga room, and storage. Corcoran’s Danielov Team will handle sales.

29. 631 East 18th Street

631 E 18th St

Brooklyn, NY 11226

The onetime site of a Ditmas Park Victorian is giving rise to a 26-unit condo building—down from the previously reported 35 units—courtesy of Zproekt Architecture. Condos here will be priced from $360,000 when they hit the market in October with Corcoran’s Danielov Team. Amenities will include a rooftop terrace, storage, and a laundry room.

30. 264 Webster

264 Webster Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11230

Brooklyn’s Kensington neighborhood is set to gain a condo building with 63 studio through three-bedroom apartments. Developers, the Horizon Group, tapped Kutnicki Bernstein Architects for the design and Brittany Marom Interior Design for the interiors. A part-time attended lobby, party room, children’s playroom, gym, pet spa, and roof deck with grilling stations are just some of the amenities that 264 Webster will offer. Prices will vary from $325,000 to $920,000, and Halstead Property Development Marketing’s The Aguayo Team will handle sales.

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