Renderings: AA Studio via 160imlay.com
160 Imlay Street in Red Hook is racking up the sales.
The conversion of the 1910 New York Dock Building has a whopping 49 units out of 70 in contract a month after its unofficial sales launch. The first listings for the six-story, AA Studio-designed project popped up in late September, as Curbed reported.
The units in contract range from a 885-square-foot one-bedroom asking $862,875 to a 3,831-square-foot “built-to-suit” apartment asking $5,397,840 (you can look at the floorplan for the raw space here; presumably, the buyer will be able to customize the unit). We don’t see any listings for currently available condos.
Estate Four (also known as Est4te Four, for the numerically/SEO inclined) redeveloped the previously neglected, century-old structure, which was the first reinforced steel and concrete building in the United States. The apartments boast new floor-to-ceiling windows, ceilings 12 to 16 feet high, exposed concrete ceilings and columns, white oak wood flooring, central air, in-unit washer/dryer and Italian kitchens by Dada Molteni with Miele appliances and white matte lacquer cabinetry. The triple-pane windows are made of solid steel, with two operable panels for airflow, and every door will be finished in Italy with a lacquer aluminum color that matches the cabinet-supporting bridge in the kitchen. Bathrooms are wrapped with Italian stone walls, quartz tile flooring, Italian millwork, backlit mirrors and fixtures, toilets, bidets and bathtubs by Duravit.
Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, gym, sauna, private storage, bicycle storage, landscaped roof deck and parking space under a vegetation-cloaked canopy. Future Green Studios did the landscape design.
Douglas Elliman is handling sales at the property. Completion is anticipated for Summer 2016.
The renderings below aren’t new, but we’re including them anyway because they’re relentlessly attractive: