Tribeca’s Revamped 450 Washington Launches Sales from $1 Million; Wine Country’s Mill District Development Announces Curated Culinary Experiences
By: Ameena Walker
Tribeca’s Waterfront Condo at 450 Washington Launches Sales from $1 Million
Sales have launched at 450 Washington, the revamped full-block building in Tribeca, originally designed by Roger Ferris + Partners on the Hudson River waterfront. The building’s 176 residences range from open-plan studios to four-bedroom homes, priced from approximately $1 million to $12 million. All homes are complete with seven-inch-wide European white oak flooring, kitchens with Miele appliances and custom cabinetry, washer/dryer machines, and bathrooms with marble finishes.
“Our design strategy was to expand all the views in an effort to open up vistas, in all directions, towards this incredible waterfront amenity,” said Roger Ferris, Founding Principal of Roger Ferris + Partners.
450 Washington features a comprehensive suite of interior and exterior amenities, elegantly furnished by March & White Design. A landscaped roof terrace on the 12th floor provides panoramic views of the Hudson River and features a sundeck, lounge seating, grilling areas, a residents’ lounge with a fireplace, and a private dining room with an adjacent catering pantry and seating for 14. The fitness suite includes equipment by The Wright Fit and a golf simulator lounge with multisport capabilities. The building also features a business center, children’s playroom, and on-site parking (for an additional fee).
In Palm Beach, Two Luxury Condominium Towers Are Set to Replace Dated Waterfront Development
After acquiring the Regency condominiums at 250 Beach Road in Palm Beach County’s Tequesta Village for nearly $100 million, Miami-based developers Jeffrey Soffer and Perko Development have unveiled plans to replace the waterfront community with a pair of modern condominium towers. According to the Palm Beach Post, 34 spacious apartments will replace the site’s current 40 residences overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
The plan is awaiting approval from the city’s planning and zoning committees before heading to the village council for official site plan approval. Soffer’s firm, Fontainebleau Development, is the buyer behind South Miami’s popular Fontainebleau Miami Beach Resort. Soffer and Perko Development are also partners in the SeaGlass and Savoy Residences, just north of the Regency site.
Boston’s Turnkey Condominium The Parker Commences Closings
The Parker, a new condominium development overlooking Boston, is welcoming residents to its 168 turnkey homes. Named in honor of Sarah Parker Remond, whose activism led to the integration of the Old Howard Theater, The Parker exhibits bold architecture by Stantec and interiors by Linda Zarifi of Zarifi Design, inspired by the Theater District’s “rich history of personal expression,” says a press release.
Ranging from studios to two-bedroom homes, each of The Parker’s residences features nine-foot ceiling heights, oversized windows with panoramic views, five-inch-wide oak flooring, and custom design details. Turnkey residences are available furnished with a limited-edition collection designed by Linda Zarifi.
Amenities at The Parker include an elegant game room with a custom billiards table, a private screening room, a speakeasy-inspired bar, a fitness center, and a roof deck with skyline views. Pricing for currently available residences goes from $645,000 for a studio to $2.65 million for a two-bed, two-bath home.
Planned Mill District Development in California’s Wine Country Announces Curated Culinary Experiences
Sonoma County’s forthcoming 9.6-acre, $500 million Mill District development, bringing a total of 208 residences to the community, has announced a new partnership with SingleThread Farm to offer future residents tailored culinary experiences led by Michelin-rated chef and cookbook author Kyle Connaughton. Connaughton’s wife, Katina Connaughton, will helm the community’s culinary gardens, while her husband leads consultations on wine discovery, kitchen design assistance for optimal function, and other concierge experiences for residents.
“Our partnership with SingleThread Farm, Restaurant and Inn gives Mill District’s Canopy residents rare, direct access to a three-star Michelin chef, a wine and farm team and concierge services,” said David Hill, managing director of Mill District. “These relationships elevate lifestyle and enhance experiences for our homeowners.”
Move-ins at Mill District are anticipated to begin in fall 2023. An exclusive initial collection of 43 residences designed by AD100 architect Olson Kundig, called Canopy, includes three different types of residences: The Penthouses that integrate indoor-outdoor living and include full outdoor kitchens and culinary gardens; the loft-like, two-level residences known as the Garden Homes; and the Flats, ranging from studios to three bedrooms plus offices. Prices on available homes range from just under $1 million to $8.5 million.
Brooklyn’s Morris Adjmi-Designed Front & York Debuts Massive Life Time DUMBO Wellness Club
The Morris Adjmi-designed Front & York in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood has debuted its sweeping 77,000-square-foot, three-story Life Time Athletic Club, the wellness brand’s first outpost in Brooklyn and largest location in New York City. Life Time DUMBO features six studios for fitness classes, a six-lane lap pool, basketball court, Kids Academy, LifeCafe—a fast-casual cafe serving healthy, fresh-made meals and nutritional products—and LifeSpa, a full-service salon and spa. Residents of Front & York receive exclusive benefits at the athletic lifestyle resort, including a complimentary membership to Life Time DUMBO and access to more than 100 different weekly group classes.