Battery Park City is claiming its place as a luxury real estate hotspot in Manhattan. A testament to the neighborhood’s ascendance to luxury status is the CetraRuddy designed residences at River & Warren in northern Battery Park City. A frenzied sales pace brought the development to over 80 percent sold in just a few months, achieving some of highest prices ever in the submarket. It seems the development team has saved the best for last with the introduction of The Tower Residence Collection, a carefully-curated selection of high-floor condominiums, featuring iconic city, park, and Hudson River views.
Park view two-bedroom residences are priced from $2.425 million and three- to four-bedroom waterfront residences from $4.5 million.
The Tower Residence Collection builds on the already luxurious features found at River & Warren. Designed by industry leader CetraRuddy, the residences at River & Warren provide expansive open layouts with custom-crafted kitchens and baths, with details such as hand-picked stones from Italy.
Natural light has been maximized, with an emphasis on the incredible surrounding views — featuring Rockefeller Park, Teardrop Park, the Empire State Building and the Hudson River. Residents will be able to take advantage of a full suite of amenities, including a full time doorman and concierge, fitness center, playroom, roof terrace with sundeck promenade and private storage.
“We are thrilled with the sales momentum at River & Warren and continue to see strong demand for a luxury residential product of this quality and detail in the neighborhood,” said John Tashjian, principal at Centurion Real Estate Partners, one half of the developer duo that is rounded out by Five Mile Capital Partners.
“CetraRuddy has carefully curated these residences to make each one unique, and buyers are drawn to River & Warren’s exceptional architectural renovation as well as the surrounding area which has experienced tremendous growth with the resurgence of Downtown. There’s never been a better time to live in Battery Park City.”
Since launching in December, River & Warren has sold 145 units, hitting the 85 percent sold mark. Beyond the impressive sales pace, the development has also achieved the highest average price per square foot in the history of Battery Park City.
The sales center is located within the building at 212 Warren Street on the 21st floor, where prospective buyers can tour three CetraRuddy-designed model residences. Open houses are every Sunday between 1pm and 3pm. Occupancy will commence in late summer 2015.