Just over a month after a rendering emerged for the Morris Adjmi-designed condo building near Union Square, the developers have now revealed that sales on the seven-story building’s six, full-floor condos will get underway this fall.
Prices on these apartments, which will each measure about 2,600 square feet, will start at a staggeringly high $6 million, though developers Ranger Properties and KD Sagamore Capital haven’t revealed more detailed pricing info beyond that or released info on the priciest pad in the building.
They did however release a teaser website, and have locked in Corcoran to handle the sales on the project. With Annabelle Selldorf’s Bowlmor-replacing condo, and another nine-story condo building at 17 East 12th Street just a short walk away, this project will likely generate considerable interest.
Located at the intersection of East 13th Street and University, developers are now using 116 University Place as the address (previously 34 East 13th Street). The project came about after Ranger purchased two adjacent buildings for $22 million. Those buildings have since been demolished.