Almost half of the condos at the Ian Schrager-developed 160 Leroy Street in the West Village are now in contract, just two weeks after sales launched, according to the New York Observer.
Sales launched November 6, but just up until last week not much was known about when the condos would be on the market, apart from a sales gallery the developer launched for prospective buyers. Now, the Observer has learned that 40 percent of the 15-story building's 49 condos are already in contract, and the building is expected to be completed in 2016.
The curved glass building was designed by famed architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, and its shape is meant to provide residents with 360 degree views. Prices in the condo building range from $2.6 million for a 1,100 square foot one-bedroom to $25 million for a 6,000 square foot five-bedroom. There's also a 12,000 square foot penthouse with a 7,500 square foot and a private pool. This marks the third time Schrager has worked with Herzog & de Meuron: The other two collaborations are 40 Bond Street and 215 Chrystie Street.
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