2013 was a big debutante ball for new developments. We rounded up the most note-worthy projects that officially launched sales last year, along with several developments to watch in 2014.

The Printing House

The Printing House living room

Stop the presses! The eight-story former printing press, which dates back to 1911, launched sales in March. The 60 new loft-style residences flaunt 15-foot ceilings, double-height living rooms and 11-foot windows to maximize natural light. The project was designed by workshop/apd, and the developers are Myles Horn, Belvedere Capital Management and Angelo, Gordon & Co. Image: printinghousewestvillage.com

432 Park Avenue

432 park dbox 2013

It’s just the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere — no big deal. The slender 1,396-foot building, designed by Rafael Viñoly, will be completed sometime in 2015. Residents will be able to purchase climate-controlled wine cellars, office suites, staff apartments and storage units to complement their plush pads. Rendering: dbox for CIM Group and Macklowe Properties

737 Park Avenue

737 Park Avenue master bedroom 2013

Built in 1940, 737 Park Avenue was renovated into classically beautiful residences ranging from 3,000 square feet to over 6,000 square feet. Macklowe Properties tapped Handel Architects and Moed de Armas & Shannon to design the Art Deco conversion. Image: 737parkavenuenyc.com

21 West 20th Street

21 west 20th rooftop

The intensely sleek Flatiron project by Gale International released its penthouse units in December. Beyer Blinder Belle created the 15-story facade of blackened stainless steel, glass and stone; MR Architecture + Decor did the poised interiors. Rendering: 21w20.com

56 Leonard

56 Leonard 2013

Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron went all out at this Jenga-esque Tribeca development. Within three weeks of launch, the 145-unit building racked up over $450 million in sales. Rendering: 56leonardtribeca.com


Halcyon kitchen 2013

Heralding the rise of Midtown East, the 123-unit tower was developed by HFZ Capital. S. Russell Groves infused the interiors with warm tones and finishes to evoke subdued glamour and modern ease. Plus, there’s a 50-foot pool! Rendering: halcyonny.com

618 Washington Avenue

618 Washington living room 11-4 2

This boutique Prospect Heights project offers fresh interiors with radiant heating and eco-friendly touches. Every apartment enjoys private outdoor space and airy, windowed kitchens. Photo: 618washington.com

508 West 24th Street

508 west 24th 2013

Cary Tamarkin’s latest project is a melody in Béton Brut. The building’s monumental exterior is set with casement windows and a clock that faces the High Line. The penthouses have wood-burning fireplaces, wraparound terraces and ceilings reaching 12 feet. Rendering: 508w24.com

Baccarat Residences

Baccarat Residences living room 2013

Starwood Capital Group and Tribeca Associates co-developed the glittering tower, which will have 61 apartments perched atop a 114-room hotel. Tony Ingrao did the interiors; each of the condos features a Baccarat chandelier in the foyer. Rendering: baccaratresidencesny.com

One Madison

One Madison Park, Location: New York NY, Architect: Cetra Ruddy

The 60-story development by Related Companies, HFZ Capital and CIM Group unleashed its listings in September. The tower is capped by a triplex penthouse from the 58th to 60th floors. Buyers at the Cetra/Ruddy-designed building have a choice of interior finishes in two signature palettes. Rendering: David Sundberg for Esto

Now, some of the most hotly anticipated developments of 2014:

30 Park Place

30 park place

Formerly known as 99 Church Street, Larry Silverstein’s tower will rise 82 stories. The lower floors will be home to a Four Seasons Hotel, while 161 condominiums will occupy the top floors. Rendering: silversteinproperties.com

Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park


The Toll Brothers City Living development will offer townhome-style residences ranging from one- to five-bedrooms. It’s part of a larger 550,000-square-foot project that includes 16,000 square feet of restaurant space, a 300-car parking garage and a 1 Hotel by Starwood Capital. Rendering: pierhouseny.com

60 East 86th Street

60 East 86th NYC

Rental landlord Glenwood Management is dipping into the luxury condo pool with 60 East 86th Street, which will be designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. There will be 15 full-floor units, and pricing starts at $6.85 million for a three-bedroom, according to the teaser site. Penthouses are priced from $13.5 million to more than $20 million. Rendering: 60east86th.com

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