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After years in the pipeline, a South Street Seaport condo will launch from $1.3M

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The slender, seven-story boutique condo features just five apartments

Renderings and photos via Douglas Elliman

A slender, ground-up condo building in the South Street Seaport District, that’s been six years in the making, is set to launch sales on its five apartments on Friday. Located at 246 Front Street, between Peck Slip and Dover Street, this building stands just seven stories tall, and is just a block away from the waterfront.

Four of the five units are two bedrooms, but they come in slightly varying sizes. On the second floor, the full-floor condo spans 935 square feet and comes with a private terrace that measures 160 square feet. The third, fourth, and fifth floors each have a 935-square-foot two-bedroom apartment, and the top two floors feature a duplex penthouse that measures 1,698 square feet, and comes with a large private outdoor terrace with views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Prices on the condos will start from $1.325 million, and the penthouse will list for $2.75 million. Apartments here will feature stainless steel Viking appliances, Quartzite countertops, and Bosch washers and dryers, among other features.

Residents here will also have easy access to the large new development being undertaken by the Howard Hughes Corporation in the South Street Seaport area, most notably Pier 17, which is nearing completion.

Sales on the Front Street condo are being handled by Gordon von Broock and his team at Douglas Elliman.