Number of units under construction as of Oct. 3: 1,122
Number of units on the market for sale: 62
Average listing price per square foot: $2,093 (compared to $2,472 for all condos in Manhattan)
Most abundant unit type: Three-bedroom units or larger, which account for a hefty 77 percent of all condos on the market.
Cheapest unit on the market: $1.82 million ($1,290 per square foot) for Unit 4J at One Riverside Park. The 1,410-square-foot two-bedroom has white plank oak flooring with custom dark stain, two walk-in closets, in-unit washer/dryer and a kitchen with dark stained oak millwork, dark grey lacquer wall cabinetry, honed stone slab countertops and Miele appliances. The master bathroom includes a dark oak vanity with double sinks, marble countertops, soaking tub and glass-enclosed shower.
One Riverside Park — Designed by Goldstein, Hill and West Architects, the 35-story, 219-unit Extell building will be the latest project along Riverside South’s stretch of developments along the Hudson River from West 59th to West 72nd streets. Shamir Shah curated the interiors. Amenities include a concierge, doorman, courtyard, fitness center, entertainment room with catering kitchen, children’s playroom, on-site parking garage, resident lounge, pool, shuttle service and screening room.
210 West 77th Street — Located between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway, Naftali Group’s 18-story, 25-unit building will be designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. The development will sport natural materials, a brick facade, Juliet balconies with floor-to-ceiling windows and stepped terraces cascading down the top floors. The site was originally home to a Hertz garage that Naftali purchased for $55.5 million and demolished to make way for the new apartments.
498 West End Avenue — Located between West 83rd and West 84th streets, the century-old limestone and brick rental building is being converted to condos by Samsom Management. The development will offer three- to five-bedroom residences designed by CetraRuddy. The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved a reconfigured entrance, new cornices and a 4,000-square-foot addition to create a penthouse.