$21.5 Million Penthouse Is West Hollywood’s Priciest Condominium Sale This Year; Related Companies Reveals 450 Washington, Its Newest Tribeca Condominium
Jul 21, 2022 | By: Ameena Walker
Related Companies Reveals 450 Washington, Its Newest Tribeca Condominium
Following up its ultraluxe Tribeca projects at 70 Vestry and 456 Washington, Related Companies has revealed 450 Washington, a revamp of a block-encompassing building originally designed by Roger Ferris + Partners on the Hudson River Waterfront. The extensive transformation includes a refinish of the facade in French limestone plaster and a reconstruction of the building’s interiors to create 176 residences.
Details about the residences haven’t been fully revealed just yet; however, sales are expected to launch this fall, with prices starting around the $1 million mark and reaching $10 million. Hollander Design Landscape Architects is behind the building’s private entry courtyard and the rooftop deck that overlooks Hudson River Park.
$21.5 Million Penthouse Is West Hollywood’s Priciest Condominium Sale This Year
A penthouse spanning the entire 10th floor of the Pendry Residences West Hollywood recently closed for $21.5 million, making it the priciest condominium sale in Los Angeles County so far this year, reports the Los Angeles Times. The sale works out to around $3,412 per square foot for a design-ready home, providing the unnamed buyer with the opportunity to customize certain aspects of the 6,301-square-foot space, which includes a wraparound terrace with another 2,782 square feet of space.
The Pendry Residences West Hollywood is a mixed-use building, opened by Montage Hotels & Resorts, with 40 private residences and a 149-room hotel. Available residences range between two and three bedrooms with various layout options.
Manhattan’s The West Residence Club Unveils Its Design-Forward Amenity Spaces
Sales are underway at The West Residence Club, a 12-story building in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood with 219 studio through two-bedroom residences designed by the innovative Dutch firm Concrete. The development is giving a peek at its impressive 30,000 square feet of amenity spaces that span multiple levels and reflect the building’s industrial-chic design.
With an emphasis on crafting communal spaces, amenities at The West include a double-height lobby lounge, a freestanding glass-enclosed library named “The Glasshouse” with a fireplace and coworking area, an indoor/outdoor children’s playroom, a fitness center with an outdoor terrace, and a rooftop with a swimming pool, private cabanas, and lounge area that overlook the Hudson River and city skyline. Other amenities include two hotel suites that can be rented by guests, several green spaces, a private dining room, and a chef’s kitchen.
Glimpse Inside Florida’s Waterfront Alba Palm Beach Tower
One of Florida’s newest luxury waterfront residential developments is offering a glimpse of what prospective residents can look forward to. Alba Palm Beach, the 22-story tower designed by Spina O’Rourke + Partners and situated directly on the Intracoastal Waterway in West Palm Beach, has revealed forthcoming interiors for its 55 residences. Featuring neutral tones and subdued palettes, the various two- to three-bedroom homes will be delivered complete with floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding doors, Italian-crafted kitchens with appliances by SubZero and Wolf, bathrooms with illuminated vanity mirrors, and expansive terraces with summer kitchens and panoramic views.
Alba Palm Beach, which is being developed by BGI Companies, will offer 25,500 square feet of amenity space with both sunrise and sunset pools, a fitness studio with dedicated training rooms, a theater, multisport simulator rooms, and on-site private docks with boat slips exclusively for owners, among other perks. Sales launched in March with prices starting at $2.5 million, and construction is expected to wrap up in 2025.
St. Petersburg Penthouse That Sold for $7.3 Million Is City’s Most Expensive Condo Sale
A 5,000-square-foot condominium occupying the top floor of Vinoy Place in Downtown St. Petersburg in Florida netted $7.3 million in a recent sale, setting a new record for the most expensive condominium ever sold in Tampa Bay. Per the Tampa Bay Business Journal, the residence boasts three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, custom hardwood flooring, an owner’s suite with a wet bar, and a 1,678-square-foot wraparound terrace.