The latest from Curbed NY...
1) Soho: A rendering of this glassy development at a contested Soho site, whose very beginnings have been mired in controversy, has debuted. It shall be called One Vandam, and have 25 condo units.
2) Upper East Side: Bernie Madoff's former duplex penthouse, where the infamous Ponzi schemer had lived since 1984, is on the market for a whopping $17.25 million. The buyers bought it from the US of A for a mere $8M and erased all the Madoff-ness left in the decor before putting it on the market.
3) Citywide: Ever wonder how much developers would make if all the apartments in their ritzy buildings?think 56 Leonard, or 432 Park?sold for their stated asking prices? Curbed NY crunched the numbers and made an infographic showing just how much those proceeds could buy for each developer.
4) West Chelsea: Yup, even more new construction is coming to the formerly industrial and now completely chic area by the High Line. The latest projects to be announced? A pair of 10-story buildings, housing 70 apartments total, which will sandwich the elevated park at 19th Street. The architect is One57's interior designer Thomas Juul-Hansen.
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