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Dumbo's Waterbridge 47 Gets Signage; 21W20 Sales Update

DUMBO—Waterbridge 47, the Greystone-developed condo building at 47 Bridge Street, must be nearing its sales launch. A tipster noticed that the 25-apartment building has received signage. The "wine" and 'dine" nod on the marquee refers the building's wine cellar, which the Times announced will be made of salvaged brick. The building's teaser site doesn't give anything away about the building's pricing, but it will probably be on-par with other neighborhood developments—the building is on the Vinegar Hill border—and ask between $1,200 to $1,500-per-square-foot. [CurbedWire inbox; official; previously]

FLATIRON DISTRICT—The nine floor-through 2BR/2BA apartments at Gale International's 21 West 20th Street are now sold out, paving the way for the release of the development's four pricey penthouse apartments. The apartments prices ranged from $2.5 million to $3.1 million, considerably less pricey than the penthouses, which will ask between $12 million and $23 million when they enter the market in February. Curiously, though, the sales update comes with no word of the rumored $35 million triplex penthouse. [CurbedWire inbox; previously]