Curbed NY

May 13, 2016

By Ameena Walker

Sales at 175 West 10th Street, once known as 130 Seventh Avenue South, have launched. After clearing hurdles from the community board and Landmarks Preservation Commission, the razed West Village site is now home to a pricey, exclusive condo building.

The New York Times

May 27, 2016

By CJ Hughes

The number of home sales in the Bronx soared in the first quarter of this year by 35 percent, far outpacing Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.

More condos are on their way, such as on City Island, where On the Sound, a five-acre waterfront complex from the developer Greystone, has sold 29 of its 43 units since February 2015, according to Sona Davidian, an owner of McClellan Sotheby’s International Realty, which is handling sales.

The average sales price has been $355 a square foot, said Ms. Davidian, who added that the units still available start at $698,000 for a three-bedroom. Move-ins start this week.

Brick Underground

May 13, 2016

Let’s dispense with the caveats upfront: So, technically, this week’s Escape Pick is within the five boroughs, but this condo in the Bronx—specifically on City island, a Bronx enclave reachable via a bridge off I-95—feels about as far from midtown Manhattan as Mystic, Connecticut, or any other seaside New England town it resembles.

New York Post

April 14, 2016

By Zachary Kussin

Big buildings aren’t for everyone — some buyers look for a more boutique feel. If you’re one of them, and if you’re looking to live in a prime West Village location, check out this five-unit project that comes to market this month. The second through fifth floors house four full-floor units measuring about 2,700 square feet apiece, while the sixth and seventh floors will house a duplex penthouse occupying over 3,000 square feet. All homes will have private outdoor space, oversized windows, oil-finished oak floors and Gaggenau appliances in the kitchens. Want more? The building will also provide access to a Luxury Attache concierge and a virtual doorman. Prices begin at $6.6 million, with completion slated for the end of the year.