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Bronx Times

August 26, 2017

Greystone Development hosted an open house for On the Sound, a newly constructed waterfront residential development and first large-scale condo development in City Island in more than 15 years, on Thursday, August 17 at 226 Fordham Place.

City Realty

August 17, 2017

Less than two months after Harlem 125 (69 East 125th Street) made its debut, the rental building developed byGreystone and designed by Kutnicki Bernstein Architects is over 50% leased. The development comprises a seven-story tower along 126th Street and a 12-story tower fronting 125th Street for a total of 75 apartments.

The remaining apartments are available for immediate occupancy and come with an offer of 2 months free rent.

Real Estate Weekly

July 28, 2017

Greystone Development announced the official start of leasing for Steuben, at 100 Steuben Street in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.

Steuben is the second of a pair of new luxury rental buildings developed by Greystone. The first, Myrtle, located around the corner at 531 Myrtle, launched leasing in January 2017 and is fully occupied.


July 17, 2017

By Susan De Vries

The Brooklyn Lyceum will once again pulse with strenuous activity when it begins a new life as a Blink Fitness later this month. Originally built as NYC Public Bath No. 7, the formerly crumbling building at 227 4th Avenue is now gleaming after a major exterior restoration project. A preview of the interior showed a significant transformation.


Developer Greystone purchased the historic structure in 2014, and also owns the property next door at 225 4th Avenue. Greystone was able to transfer about 20,000 square feet of development rights from the Lyceum to the formerly empty lot next door and build bigger there. A 12-story luxury rental designed by Daniel Goldner Architects is under construction and will wrap in early 2018.

Brooklyn Paper

July 12, 2017

By Colin Mixson

Talk about freshening up!

Park Slope’s historic bathhouse emerged from behind scaffolding on July 7 after a year-plus-long renovation of the turn-of-the-century facility — which could not have come at a better time, according to a rep for the developer.

City Realty

June 21, 2017

Spanning Upper Manhattan from the Hudson River to the Harlem River, 125th Street is home to buildings with rich history like the notable Apollo Theater, and also to new developments including a massive, 200,000-square-foot commercial building that will soon host a Whole Foods and other chain retailers. Within proximity of the evolving streetscape, newly constructed or redeveloped rental buildings have opened too, like 6 West 126th Street and 92 Morningside.

The latest to open, called Harlem 125, sits directly on the thoroughfare at 69 East 125th Street and launched leasing in May; within one month, it was 25% leased. Various layouts are still available and as added appeal, listings offer 1 month free on leases for all units, which are priced from $1,994/month.

Palo Alto Weekly

June 19, 2017

The long-awaited College Terrace Market, which offers products from local food manufacturers and farmers, opened in Palo Alto on Wednesday.

Co-owner Chris Iversen said that although Wednesday was a soft opening, based on word of mouth, the day far-surpassed expectations.

College Terrace Market’s mantra is “Whole Foods quality with Trader Joe’s prices,” according to Iversen.

Real Estate Weekly

May 18, 2017

Greystone Development announced the official start of leasing today for Harlem 125, at 69 East 125th Street in East Harlem.
Encompassing four adjacent lots on 125th and 126th Streets between Park and Madison Avenues, Harlem 125 has 75 new residences.
Designer by Kutnicki Bernstein Architects, the development is comprised of two adjoining towers, a boutique seven-story tower fronting 126th Street and a 12-story tower on 125th Street. The rental building includes studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units; many with outdoor space.



May 15, 2017

Just over a year after sales got underway, Greystone Development has released interiors images of its boutique West Village development. Located at 175 West 10th Street, the condo building comes with just five full-floor apartments, including a duplex penthouse that comes with three outdoor spaces.

At present, two apartments there are listed on StreetEasy. A second floor condo that’s asking $5.99 million, and a fifth floor apartment that wants $7.2 million. Designed by BKSK Architects, each of the apartments here come with three bedrooms and measure anywhere between 2,700 square feet to just over 3,000 square feet.

City Realty

May 15, 2017

The anticipated Harlem 125 rental residence has made its debut, officially launching leasing for its 75 apartments on the 125th Street corridor. Homes have up to two bedrooms and leases offer 1 month of free rent, with studios starting from $1,994/month, 1 bedrooms from $2,108/month and 2 bedrooms from $3,231/month. Harlem 125 is at 69 East 125th Street between Park and Madison Avenues in East Harlem and rises as two adjoining towers, reaching 12 stories on 125th Street and 7 stories on 126th Street.