A St James Design development, the building stands 6 stories tall, with 5 full-floor residences housing 2 and 3 bedroom condos and a traditional Midtown West neighborhood featuring Times Square, Central Park South, the Plaza Hotel, and Russian Tea Room to name a few. The construction stands between West 53rd Street and West 54th Street, providing a tourist destination as a nurturing neighborhood to the residents.
The interior exhibits sprawling spaces showcasing meticulous attention to detail, with Quartz countertops embellishing the kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows and herringbone oak floors giving the rooms a contemporary touch. The private outdoor space only adds to the environment of privacy parallel with direct access to the natural air and light of NYC. Amenities include central AC, mailroom, basement storage, rooftop terrace, doorman, and bike room.
The steel frame for a discreet collection of condos has slowly risen in Hell’s Kitchen. Simply known by its address, 805 Ninth Avenue, the 6-story building will hold five full-floor residences designed by St James Design. The two- to three-bedroom homes will feature quartz countertops, herringbone oak floors, floor-to-ceiling-windows and private outdoor space. Building amenities will include a virtual doorman, private storage and a bike room. Halstead Property Development Marketing (HPDM) is handling the sales which will officially launch later this year.
hard-fought zoning rules has kept much of its low-rise, pre-war character intact. Only a handful of small infill developments and conversion projects such as Inkwell and Stella have debuted on the sales market in recent years. Two recent ground-up condo buildings similar to 805 Ninth include 318 West 47th Street and 409 West 45th Street. Nearly all their units are now in contract and asking prices are roughly $1,800 per square foot. Full-floor two bedrooms asked between $2M to $2.5M, and a three-bedroom maisonette.
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