The 11-unit, 16-story project in the Upper East Side will offer three- to five-bedroom condominiums, according to the teaser. Pricing will range from approximately $10 million to $35 million and over. Sales are anticipated to start in mid-2014, and construction is expected to finish in Spring 2015.
Barry Rice Architects is designing the project. To make way for the new development, Toll Brothers purchased and demolished two buildings at 1108 and 1110 Park, Curbed reported.
1110 Park, a 25-foot-wide red brick townhouse, was formerly home to the abstract artist Judith Rothschild. The property traded for $16.5 million, the New York Observer reported. 1108 Park, a four-story townhouse that had belonged to a Joseph Bogen since 1976, sold for $13 million. Each building came with 20,000 square feet of available air rights.
We stopped by the construction site this weekend and took these shots: