Back in 2015, Alfa Development purchased a piece of real estate on the corner of Third Avenue and 21st Street for $69.5 million, with the intention of turning it into—what else?—a condo building. Plans for the project were filed last year, but all’s been quiet since then—until now.
A teaser site for the development, now known as 200 East 21st Street, launches today, and Curbed has more details on what to the project itself. The building’s 67 condos will range from one- to four-bedrooms, with asking prices expected to begin around the $1.4 million mark. The developers are also shooting for LEED-Gold certification for the building, so expect eco-friendly touches throughout.
As for the team working on the building, BKSK is the architect, and interiors are being helmed by Champalimaud, who is also responsible for projects like The Carlyle and The Kent. Halsted Welles Associates is the landscape architect.
Sales are expected to launch in this fall, with occupancy is set to begin in late 2018. And construction on the 21-story building has been moving right along: it’s up to the 19th floor, and a spokesperson confirms that it’s expected to top off in September.
- 200 East 21st Street [Official]
- BKSK-Designed Tower Will Bring 65 Condos to Gramercy [Curbed]