New Renderings for Long-Stalled Delancey Street Condo

Posted on: April 7th, 2021 at 5:08 am by

The 12-story “boutique condo” at the corner of Delancey and Pitt Streets – in the works for nine years already – dropped its marketing materials this week.

It’s pitched as a “one-of-a-kind-building,” but doesn’t mention proximity to the Williamsburg Bridge span. As in, right across the street.

The teaser website went live earlier this week, advertising the 69 luxury condominiums, ranging from studios and three-bedrooms, to a handful of penthouses. Starting price for a studio is $650,000.

Sales are expected to launch later this spring, led by Compass Development Marketing Group.

Amenities include lobby with seating, courtyard access, a parlor lounge, gym with an outdoor meditation terrace and yoga room, landscaped rooftop with dining seating and fireplace, pet spa, and billiards. There is also bike storage and parking for ten vehicles.

As previously reported, the Delancey Bridge Tower – its official birth name in 2012 – changed hands in December 2017 for $29 million. China-based developer New Empire Real Estate Development purchased the property from a group of investors led by Andy Zhu, which had paid $8.7 million six years earlier.

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