Here we have it, Zeckendorf Development and Global Holdings have unveiled their new project, a 44-story luxury condominium with planned completion by 2014. Zeckendorf paid $152 million for the vacant land and the building is expected to cost another $500 million. The building was unveiled at a ground raising ceremony in Dag Hammarskjold Plaza.
Former New York Yankee and current Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, Bobby Abreu sold his NYC apartment inside One Beacon Court in February 2010 for $5.1 million. The new owner has now re-listed the apartment for $7.45 million. That’s almost the original asking price that Abreu listed his condo for in 2008, which he wasn’t able to get back than due to the financial crisis.
Yankees short stop Derek Jeter proved his will and endurance, and has finally sold his penthouse inside the Trump World Tower located at 845 United Nations Plaza. He has been trying to sell it since September 2010, the Real Deal reported.
The luxury super-scraper at 432 Park Avenue might still be in development, but prices have increased for a second time. The total asking price for all 122 condominiums will be $2.43 billion provided no price increase takes place until 2015 when the building is completed and condos go up for sale. That makes an average square-foot-price of $5,941, which is just slightly lower than One57’s which cashes in at $6,000 per square foot.
Ann-Kathrin Linsenhoff, a German Olympic Dressage Champion, has sold her NYC apartment in The Plaza Residences to the CEO of Harman International Industries. Linsenhoff first listed the apartment with Sotheby’s International Realty in March 2011 for $10.9 million. That’s $1.5 million more than the selling price of $9.495 million.