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ELECTRIFYING

Dazzling Manhattan views are now available along the East River in Long Island City. Selling studios to three bedroom condos, The PowerHouse unit size ranges from approximately 600 to 1,700 square feet. Some boast outdoor space, nine-foot ceilings, oversized windows and American walnut floors. Chef-ready kitchens come with a full-array of high-quality finishes, such as white lacquered cabinetry, quartzite countertops, Wenge wood sushi bar—and appliances come courtesy of Viking. Master baths are dressed up in Statuario marble and feature oversized soaking tubs, separate shower stalls, Grohe fixtures and double-sink vanities. Residences feature Concierge Direct, a high tech virtual concierge system. The view-infused roof deck features private cabanas, comfy chaises and a grill area. Other great spaces include Aqua Grotto™ spa, a resident’s lounge and a playroom. From $450,000. OCCUPANCY JULY 2008.

JOE RACE | 718-472-5009 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

 
       
         
 

BEST OF THE WEST

At 81st Street just off Broadway, pre-war size condos with Old World details intact, such as original crown moldings and ceilings as high as 14 feet, are now for sale at the Avonova. Buyers can choose from studios to three bedroom units that range from 544 to 2,117 square feet. One 3,000 square foot, ready-to-be-customized maisonette is also for purchase. Kitchens sport pearlescent lacquer cabinetry with frosted glass accents, Caesarstone worktops, and Viking appliances. Master baths accented with walnut millwork have marble tile floors and walls and sport separate showers and large soaking tubs. Great spaces and party spaces include a lovely rooftop, a resident’s lounge with a catering kitchen, bar, and a playroom. Condo units from $735,000; the maisonette is $3.975 million. OCCUPANCY DECEMBER 2007.

ANGELA FERRARA | 212-826-8822 | THE MARKETING DIRECTORS, INC.

 
   
 
 
 

LOFTY EXPECTATIONS

Inside a 19th century factory building that’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Knickerbocker Lofts are offering downtown-style lofts in New Rochelle. They boast plenty of oversized windows, exposed brick, large wooden beams, original hardwood floors, and ceilings as high as 25 feet. From simplex to quadplex and maisonettes, square footage ranges from 660 to well over 2,000 square feet. Some have private outdoor space. Open kitchens feature European-style Wenge wood cabinetry with Caesarstone countertops and appliances from Jenn-Air. Master baths are tiled in ceramic and feature Danze bath and shower controls. Some units have separate shower stalls in the master baths. Great spaces include the Clubroom with a fireplace, big screen TV and a kitchenette—and a rooftop terrace with panoramic viewings. Fitness center, reserved parking, cyber doorman and virtual concierge. Rent to buy program. From $340,000. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY.

DAVID BEHIN | 914-235-8200 | THE DEVELOPERS GROUP

 
“Today’s buyers seek new developments that offer residents entertainment and family spaces which in effect become extensions of their apartments,” Kent M. Swig president of Swig Equities, developer of 25 Broad Street told us. “Located in Manhattan’s FiDi neighborhood, 25 Broad Street accommodates buyers with a dedicated resident’s lounge, private dining room with catering kitchen, screening room, children’s play room, game room and rooftop sun deck.”  
 


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