via Max Gross and Jennifer Ceasar
This has been a punishing winter for New Yorkers. Not the schizo temperature shifts (although, we concede, those weren’t exactly fun, either) — we’re talking about the lack of available residential real estate. According to the fourth quarter 2013 reports by appraisal firm Miller Samuel, NYC was at its lowest level of inventory in 14 years.
But the punishment is hereby over. The new condo projects that developers had been hoarding all winter are springing up from Staten Island to Brooklyn to the Upper East Side.
The Accolade, Staten Island
Hear, hear! The Accolade, a 100-unit condo, will join the burgeoning north waterfront development boom in St. George, where new shopping, restaurants, residences and an esplanade are planned.
Set in the gated Bay Street Landing community, the 10-story building is made up of studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom units — plus eight duplex penthouses — ranging from 772 to 2,479 square feet and priced from $300,000 to more than $1 million. The homes feature high ceilings, oversized windows, hardwood floors, kitchens with custom wood cabinetry and Kohler fixtures and stone and marble bathrooms.
Most units offer private outdoor space; many have spectacular views of Manhattan and the New York Harbor. Amenities include a residents’ lounge with a bar and catering kitchen, Ping-Pong and billiards tables, a golf simulator, fitness center and screening room. Sales will launch in the next couple weeks; occupancy is slated for summer 2014. Contact: Sales office, 718-815-6500