Luxury residential developers aren't swaying amid reports of an overcrowded high-end market. Average Manhattan apartment prices hit over $2 million in the first quarter of this year, encouraged largely by new development condos, according to a Brown Harris Stevens market report. What's more, the first quarter showed a 70 percent increase from last year in new development transactions across all neighborhoods. Showcasing detail and distinction in an ambitious locale, One West End and 30 Park Place interviewed at Inman Global Connect to provide details on what buyers and agents can expect in the near future. One West End/One West End Facebook Page One West End 246 residential condominiums Offices Zoning for retail – 100,000 square feet Public school Collegiate (private school) Park Caesar Pelli of Pelli Clarke Pelli, a world-famous architect, was a crucial member of a team assembled to create a captivating facade at One West End, a new condo developm...
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