New development highlight: 250 West Street


Just launched this week by El Ad Group, the same developer as The Plaza, 250 West St. is a great new addition to Manhattan.  The building has all of the qualities that make a GREAT building – location, location, location, good bones, high ceilings, great luxury kitchens and baths, over-the-top amenities, and Hudson River, Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building views.

The building, a former warehouse built in 1906, is nestled in the heart of Tribeca’s landmark historic district, surrounded by cobble stone streets, which is quintessential Old New York. While the exterior of the building is brick, the interiors are very modern.

In addition, with the opening of Piers 25 and 26 along the River, owners will have a great “back yard” to play in since the Piers now feature children’s playground, miniature golf course, beach volleyball courts, and more. The building has a roof-top pool and roof-deck where you can chill out and take in the gorgeous views all around you.

The shortage of land on the waterfront will likely make this a building one to watch for future price appreciation. Other river-front neighbors, such Superior Ink, Richard Meier, and One Morton Square have all done so well. And, 150 Charles, another future river-front neighbor is expected to perform very well too.


Open lofts start at – $1,150,000  –  1 bedroom plus den starts at $1,545,000


2 bedroom plus den starts at $2,575,000  –  3 bedroom plus den starts at $2,895,000


For more details click here.


Posted by ricardo on 7/20/2011 | |

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