Sotheby’s International Realty is marketing the five-story, 17,200 square-foot building — currently a parking garage — at 177 East 73rd Street, on the Upper East Side, for $50 million. Per The Wall Street Journal, the building is being advertised as a single-family residential conversion, which would cost a buyer an additional $9 to $20 million, and the structure was built in 1906.
YIMBY first reported on new building permits for 1681 Third Avenue last November, when Extell filed a new job application for the site, located between East 94th and 95th Streets on the Upper East Side. We now have the reveal for the condominium tower coming to the lot, which is substantially taller than the 23-story building indicated in the first DOB filings.
Prolific Brooklyn condo developer Hello Living unveiled their plans last year for eight townhouses at Underhill Avenue and Pacific Street in Prospect Heights, and now YIMBY has the first glimpse of what the interiors will look like.
Long Island City’s mixed-use zoning has produced high rises filled with apartments and office space, as well as plenty of smaller residential buildings with ground-floor commercial space, but now the industrial neighborhood might get its first crop of new townhouses in half a century. Plans were filed on Friday for 12 two-family townhouses at 45-35 11th Street, a couple blocks from the Court Square subway stop.
Bloomberg Business published new renderings of the 82-story, 1,050-foot, and 139-unit ultra-luxury residential tower at 53 West 53rd Street, in Midtown. Dubbed 53W53, the Jean Nouvel-designed supertall’s duplex penthouse is listed for $70 million, and Hines is developing. MoMA is taking multiple floors close to street level, and funding secured, the tower is expected to be finished in November of 2018; YIMBY captured excavation work beginning in March, and vertical construction is imminent.