505W19

505 West 19th Street, New York HFZ, in partnership with the Carlyle Group, has begun the ground up development of a luxury condominium project along the popular High Line, in West Chelsea. The development consists of a single building comprised of two, 10-story towers that are connected under the High Line, an elevated public park that was formerly a freight railroad track. [ READ MORE ]

11E68

Marquand / 11 East 68th Street, New York Originally built in 1913, 11 East 68th Street, The Marquand, is a 12-story, 105,000 square foot residential building located on 68th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue in the prime Manhattan neighborhood of the Upper East Side. The building, as designed, boasts two separate wings and upon renovation will include full floor and two-unit floor condominiums. Ground floor retail is located on Madison Avenue and is fully occupied with reputable luxury brands. [ READ MORE ]

11Beach

11 Beach Street, New York (Tribeca) Built in 1910, 11 Beach Street is a 10-story, 125,000 square foot office building located in the prime Manhattan neighborhood of Tribeca. The building sits on an “L”-shaped plot with 81 feet of frontage on Beach Street, 52 feet of frontage on Varick Street and 101 feet of frontage on St. John’s Lane. [ READ MORE ]

Chatsworth

The Chatsworth / 340-344 W 72nd Street, New York Built in 1904, The Chatsworth is one of New York City’s iconic examples of Beaux-Arts pre-war architecture. HFZ took ownership of this century-old building and its adjoining annex at 340-344 West 72nd Street in 2013, and plans include a rooftop penthouse addition, the combination of units to offer sprawling ultra-luxury family-sized homes, a complete amenities overhaul and an exterior face-lift. [ READ MORE ]

One_Madison

One Madison / 23 East 22nd Street, New York Completed in 2009, One Madison is one of the most striking buildings to join the Manhattan skyline in a generation. At more than 600 feet, it is among the tallest residential towers in Manhattan, and offers its residents at least 270 degrees of some of the world’s most sought after views. The project sits at the nexus of New York City’s most dynamic neighborhoods – Flatiron, Gramercy, NoMad and Chelsea – rising from one of the city’s most legendary avenues. [ READ MORE ]

Halcyon

Halycon / 305 East 51st Street, New York The renowned architecture firm SLCE designed the 32-story glass sheathed tower-on-base building with clean and contemporary interiors designed by S. Russell Groves. With over 275,000 square feet above grade the project will contain 123 residential units, three floors of amenities, ground-floor retail and underground parking. [ READ MORE ]