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New Construction All Around!

August 26, 2014

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Manhattan’s concrete jungle makes it easy to dismiss the fact that New York City is surrounded by water on three sides. However, the numerous luxury residential buildings scattered across the exterior of the borough offer breathtaking views that make this fact unforgettable. Lower Manhattan is a prime location for soaking up the scenic New York Harbor and landmarks like the Statue of Liberty. New to the neighborhood is CetraRuddy’s River & Warren condos at 212 Warren Street, which features a picturesque rooftop deck offering unparalleled waterfront views. 212 Warren Street showcases two spacious penthouses, each with over 2,000 square feet of private amenities, as well as oversized four and five bedroom residences with setback terraces that boast breathing views of the Hudson River.


TriBeCa is another upscale destination for those seeking high-end living options with scenic views. Developments like 250 West Street, which is conveniently positioned next to Pier 25 and 26 also features a 5,000 square foot rooftop deck and beach volleyball courts, ideal for summer leisure and entertaining. The 27-story TriBeCa Park luxury condos find themselves positioned on a lively part of waterfront park which touts a number of exciting features. Art lovers will enjoy the personal touch of the Tom Otterness sculpture, and children can socialize by the wading pool, take a ride on the carousel or make new friends at the game tables.


Head north to the Upper West Side and you'll find One Riverside Park, a 35-story glass building with more than 50,000 square feet of amenities including a spa, indoor playground, and heated pool. Located just one block away from Riverside Park, residents can treat themselves to a romantic picnic or a starlit evening stroll along the Hudson River. The George Washington is also in plain view, making for postcard-worthy views from the thoughtfully designed floor to ceiling windows. For those seeking Brooklyn luxury condos, One Brooklyn Bridge Park in Prospect Heights and The Northside Piers in Williamsburg are both viable options that feature an array of top amenities, and are just a short commute from the city.


Queens has also experienced a boom in recent years, with a number of Long Island City luxury condos, such as 4545 Center Boulevard attracting lifelong Manhattanites to the outer boroughs for the first time. This building in particular features an impressive 50,000 square foot amenity deck with views of the Manhattan skyline as well as beach volleyball courts, a heated pool, barbecues and an outdoor playground.