The latest renderings reveal what’s coming to 40 East End, a 20-story condominium development rising on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Construction has been ongoing since 2015, when YIMBY first reported on the project. Lightstone is the developer.
Deborah Berke Partners
The world’s current tallest residential tower, 432 Park Avenue, has broken a record. Total sales of its condominiums have now surpassed $2 billion, and co-developers CIM Group and Macklowe Properties have made the announcement that their Midtown project has now achieved the all-time record for all of New York City. This news leaves the developers just $1.1 billion dollars shy of their expected total $3.1 billion sell-out.
Back in June of 2015, YIMBY reported on plans for an 18-story and 29-unit condominium development coming to 40 East End Avenue, on the corner of East 81st Street. Today, we have the first look…
Midtown East-based real estate law firm Rosenberg & Estis has filed applications for a six-story, single-family townhouse at 162 East 83rd Street, on the Upper East Side. The mansion will boast 8,181 square feet of residential space, although up to 9,040 square feet is allowed. NoMad-based Deborah Berke & Partners is the architect of record. The 19-foot-wide, 2,235-square-foot property is currently occupied by a five-story, two-duplex-unit residential building. Demolition permits haven’t been filed. The property traded for $7.3 million back in July of 2015. The previous owners were asking $9.75 million for the building, according to an old advertisement by Massey Knakal.
Deborah Berke Partners has been selected, through a competition, to design the mixed-use conversion of the eight-story, 100,000-square-foot former Bayview Correctional Facility at 550 West 20th Street, on the corner of the West Side Highway in West Chelsea. The competition included over 43 entrants, Curbed NY reported. Last October, Empire State Development (ESD) awarded NoVo Foundation and the Goren Group a 99-year lease of the property, to transform it into community facility and commercial space. Dubbed the Women’s Building, it will house a women’s rights organization, community space, an art gallery, and a restaurant. A construction timeline has not been released. The facility was evacuated in preparation of Hurricane Sandy in October of 2012. Inmates were never transported back to the location due to storm damage and budgetary constraints.