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 apartment certainly isn’t lacking for high-end finishes whether its the Stone Italiana floors in the sunken living room, the dining table that seats 10 or the electric fireplace that comes in the master bathroom.
Set to rise at 34 West 21st Street, the property is located within the Ladies’ Mile Historic District. Plans for the megamansion haven’t changed all that much since we first encountered them a couple of years ago.
All that remains of the 160-year-old church is its outer shell, but church officials are determined to restore the historic structure back to its former glory—though the details on how that might happen are unclear right now.
This particular penthouse was created by combining two apartments on that floor following the sales success the building experienced shortly after sales launched on the condo development. It sold for almost $2 million below its original ask.
Officials from the church have been meeting with city agencies over the past three months and are nearing an action plan to rebuild the landmark. In interim, minor repair work will take place to ensure the church's preservation.
One of the first projects to be interpreted through the new MIH laws—where developers who seek rezoning for taller towers or more units also have to provide affordable housing—the 16-and-17-story towers have been the center of controversy of late.
With the funds that generates, the building will be able to maintain its 416 apartments for low-income tenants, and the city will be able to count it towards Mayor Bill de Blasio’s affordable housing agenda of preserving/creating 200,000 apartments.
The parking lot at 38-42 West 18th Street and 41-43 West 17th Street is the site of two proposed towers that would hold 62 condo apartments, and is the focal point in a heated debate over Mayor de Blasio's new affordable housing initiatives.
Two adjacent Nomad buildings that were converted from rentals to condos hit the market in 2015, and there's finally a look inside. The model is full of fancy French furniture, because of course it is, and is on the market—sans furnishings—for $5M
In May, sales launched at the NOMA, the latest residential project from Alchemy Properties, and the developer recently opened a sales gallery that features the work of German artist Josef Albers. Get a peek inside.
It isn’t much of a distinction, but it’s something: the sale of one of the penthouses at Gale International’s 21W20 hit public record this week, marking the third most expensive residential sale in Flatiron District history at $17M.
After applying for a special permit, community advocates are putting pressure on the city to require the developers of a mixed-use building in Chelsea’s Ladies’ Mile Historic District to add affordable housing into its plan.
The fate of the Serbian Orthodox Church Cathedral of St. Sava has been determined, and the news is not good. The 160-year-old church, which was gutted by a fire on May 1, could be torn down by order of the city.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved fixes to the historical Gilsey House at 1200 Broadway that will allow a developer to move forward with constructing an 800-foot tower down the block. The tower is designed by Moshe Safdie.
The Fifth Avenue apartment Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky sold in 2013 is back on the market. It has Madison Square Park and Madison Square Park views, and is a bit less spacious than their new digs.