Just a little over three years after the project was first announced, the Morris Adjmi-designed residential development at 7 West 21st Street in the Flatiron District has now launched leasing on its rentals, Real Estate Weekly first reported.
Developed by Rose Associates, the project is located within the Ladies’ Mile Historic District and comprises of two towers, one fronting on West 21 Street, and the other on West 22nd Street, connected by a lobby and atrium on the ground floor.
The apartments here range in size from studios to three-bedrooms and prices start from $3,900 for a studio (yikes). For now, Rose Associates is only launching leasing on 231 apartments of the total 289, and the priciest among them is a two-bedroom asking $7,865 per month.
Some of the standout features in the apartments include floor-to-ceiling windows, wood flooring throughout the unit, quartz countertops in the kitchen, and Kohler fixtures and floating vanities in the bathroom.
Luxury rentals, especially in the pricey Flatiron District, beget equally high-end amenities, and this 18-story development has a ton of them. They include a landscaped rooftop with barbecue grills; a game room with foosball, billiards, and video games; a landscaped garden, a yoga studio, and a fitness center.
“The building features an entire floor of amenities centered around a large interior garden that gives residents a landscaped green space where they can enjoy a level of privacy that is unique in New York City,” James Hedden, chief development officer at Rose Associates said in a statement.
In August, the building offered up 58 of its apartments through the affordable housing lottery system with studios starting at $913 per month. The following month, photos by Tectonic revealed that building had mostly been fitted with its facade. The first set of residents will soon be able to move in and Rose Associates are offering up some early leasing incentives like one month’s free rent.