New York, NY – Goodbye uber-lavish skinny towers, hello level-headed luxury for the rest of us. 2018 begins with more options than ever in the “affordable luxury” segment of $1 to 3M. From the newly unveiled sister properties at 17 & 52 Convent Avenue in Harlem to the beautifully reimagined 200 E 21 in Gramercy and 570 Broome in Soho, sensible buyers will have plenty to celebrate this year. Thoughtful spaces and value-rich amenities abound with unique offerings from dog spas, mixed martial arts and yoga studios, and catered kitchens making notable debuts.
Following are some of the most anticipated new apartments hitting the market in 2018:
17 & 52 Convent Avenue
Two sister properties in West Harlem by developer Kane Ventures make their debut with a sensible blend of luxury and value. 38 apartments ranging from studios to 4 bedrooms start at $650,000. Billed as a “sunny and stylish” addition to the neighborhood, they feature well-lit open spaces and practical amenities including bike storage, a fitness center, a resident’s lounge and communal rooftop lounge with dining space and BBQ grill.
30 E 31
This 40-story condo tower in Nomad by Morris Adjmi exudes sophistication with a captivating facade and masterful interior innovation. Units boast expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, flowing lines, warm finishes and cinematic city and river views. Inspired amenities include a viewing garden, a private dining room with a catering kitchen, a gym, and bicycle storage. 42 apartments ranging from one to three bedrooms start at $1.75M.
200 E 21
This 21-story eco-friendly condo tower offers holistic living and inspired sustainability in the form of solar-heated domestic water, advanced-performance windows with reinforced insulation, rainwater collection for planted gardens, high-efficiency appliances and eco-conscious finishes. Apartments feature thoughtfully proportioned spaces, optimal sunlight and lavish interiors. Amenities center on personal wellness and include a skylit wellness suite, sun-filled fitness center, sauna, treatment room, residents’ lounge, an entertaining kitchen, integrated planted rooftop lounge featuring meandering stone pathways. 67 one- to four-bedroom units start at $1.4M
Eighty East Tenth
Relatively small at 10-stories with just 12 full- and half-floor homes, Eighty East Tenth makes a big impact in this East Village enclave, with contemporary design and stand-out aesthetics. Apartments feature maximized light and open spaces, 10’ ceilings, wide plank flooring, double-glazed windows and state-of-the-art finishes. Amenities include a sculpture garden, bike parking, and deeded storage. 12 one- to- five- bedroom units start at $1.75M.
570 Broome St
This 25-story condo building features standout architecture with its industrial aesthetic and staggered-cube silhouette. Apartments feature grand 11′ ceilings, glass curtain walls, and open, loft-like spaces, with many offering both north and south exposure. Amenities include a garden, lounge and game room, landscaped outdoor terrace, gym, 24-hour attended lobby, bike storage, and private storage units. One- to three-bedroom units start at $1.3M.
91 Leonard St
Rising 19-stories, Tribeca’s latest addition by Toll Brothers builds upon the neighborhood’s rich architectural heritage and features refined interiors and lush outdoor spaces. Amenities include a residents’ lounge with secluded courtyard, pool, sauna, steam room, fitness center, children’s playroom, screening room, and rooftop terrace. Studios to four-bedroom units start at $875K.