In Turks and Caicos, Arc, a Beachfront Luxury Development, Launches Sales; Four Seasons Condo Sets Fort Lauderdale Sales Record After Fetching $15.4 Million
By: Ameena Walker
First Look at Robert A.M. Stern’s Converted Tribeca Green Tower
At 210 Warren Street in Tribeca, Related Companies and Robert A.M. Stern Architects collaborated on the transformation of interiors in a 24-story rental building into 270 luxury condop-style (co-op with condo-style management and rules) apartments. The residences at Tribeca Green are a mix of studios through four bedrooms, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline.
The building’s nearly 30,000 square feet of amenities include a children’s playroom, a lounge with a kitchen, a fitness center and yoga studio, a dog daycare site, coworking spaces, and an indoor parking garage.
Tribeca Green was one of the first LEED Gold residential buildings in the nation, featuring solar panels and ultraefficient mechanical systems that reduce its carbon footprint, while twice-filtered outdoor air promotes residents’ well-being. Bicycle parking, charging stations for electric vehicles, and NEST smart thermostats also help residents live sustainably.
Sales are anticipated to launch in early 2023 and will be exclusively offered by Related Sales LLC and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group.
Battersea Power Station’s Koa at Electric Boulevard Announces Sales Launch with Prices from $585,650
Another component of the long-awaited Battersea Power Station redevelopment is set to debut. The final release of 204 residences at the Foster and Partners-designed Koa at Electric Boulevard will launch sales in October. The medley of apartments will ask from £550,000 (US $585,648) for a studio, from £975,000 (US $1,038,195) for one-bedroom homes, and from £1,265,000 (US $1,346,991) for two bedrooms.
Electric Boulevard, which is the grand elevated pedestrian street within the 42-acre Power Station redevelopment, will open to the public on October 14.
Four Seasons Condo Sets Fort Lauderdale Sales Record After Fetching $15.4 Million
At the Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale, a 6,168-square-foot duplex penthouse, regarded as the building’s “crown jewel,” has sold for $15.4 million, making it the most expensive condominium to have sold in the South Florida city and the wider county, reports Mansion Global.
The sprawling space boasts soaring ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, a sculptural staircase, an open chef’s kitchen with integrated appliances and a wine fridge, and a whopping 5,464 square feet of outdoor space that includes a private pool and stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.
The second most expensive condominium sold in the city was also at the Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale, where a four-bedroom duplex closed for $13.6 million. Douglas Elliman’s Dan Teixeira, who handled both listings, noted that the two record-setting sales created a “new benchmark of what luxury commands in the city of Fort Lauderdale.”
In Turks and Caicos, Arc, a Beachfront Luxury Development, Launches Sales
A six-story building, designed by Italian architect Piero Lissoni, is gearing up to take shape in Turks and Caicos’ 31-acre South Bank Resort and Marina community on Long Bay Beach in Providenciales. Arc, as the building is known, is Lissoni’s first Caribbean project and will boast 17 sprawling villa-style residences ranging from a 2,980-square-foot, two-bedroom home to a massive Sky Villa with an astounding 12,540 square feet of space and five bedrooms.
Each home will provide occupants with expansive landscaped terraces, private pools and hot tubs, and oceanfront and marina views. Residents of Arc will enjoy access to resort-style amenities managed by Grace Bay Resorts that will include a swimming lagoon with lounging islands, a fully serviced marina and boat concierge, two signature restaurants and bars, beachfront cabanas, two fitness centers, a world-class spa, tennis and pickleball courts, two private pools with a jacuzzi and a fire pit lounge, and exclusive underground parking.
Sales are officially underway, with prices ranging from $3 million to $20 million. Construction is slated to begin on Arc by the beginning of 2023, with completion scheduled for early 2025.
Boutique Harlem Condo 26 W 127th Street Reaches 50 Percent Sold Mark
Less than three months after launching sales, Harlem’s boutique luxury condominium building 26 W 127th Street has sold more than half of its residences. The 12 homes launched sales in June and feature open layouts with white oak flooring, eight-foot-high Pella windows, open kitchens with appliances from Bosch and Liebherr, washers and dryers, and private balconies in select residences. One of the last two remaining residences is a garden-style abode, spanning 587 square feet with a 700-square-foot private garden, asking $760,000.
There are no more than two homes per floor, and building amenities offer a fitness center, a smart-connected “digital doorman,” a rooftop with skyline views, and private storage units that can be purchased.