FiDi’s luxury condo at 75 Wall Street has had a rough time selling its final 10+ homes - actually a good thing for current and future residents soon to enjoy upgraded amenities. There's been no word regarding any changes in the current apartments for sale, but the property's common area became more family-friendly by the adding of a kid’s playroom and refurbished roof deck. The furniture provider of choice is Ligne Roset.
Noho’s newest condo conversion at 36 Bleecker Street has just launched its teaser website with details, prices, and photos. The building will have 20 two- to four-bedroom loft units priced from approximately $3 million to $25 million.
One part of the building was built in the 1860s and another in the 1880s; it was once home to the Schumacher & Ettlinger printing company.
This week the Brodsky Organization unveiled 135 East 79 Street’s new facade on its newly released property website. The 19-story building, which was the former location of the Hunter College School for Social Work, is going to have apartments sizing from 2 to 5 bedrooms with prices ranging from $6.8 million to $20+ million. So, you know, a steal. Interested brokers and buyers have the opportunity to call dibs on their preferred bedroom number. The designer of 135 East 79th is William Sofield, who wants the property to be a throwback to vintage city styles.