November 16, 2017–Four luxury penthouses are now in contract at 150 Rivington, a beautifully-appointed new condominiumon the Lower East Side, according to building representatives at Stribling Marketing Associates. Penthouse D, the final penthouse to sell, was priced at $4,375,000 ($2,734 per square foot).
The four penthouses, designed by Gluck+, range between 1,450sf and 1,650sf and feature approximately 13-foot ceilings with sweeping glass expanses, flexible layouts, and grand entertaining areas. Each penthouse also boasts two levels of private outdoor space, with Penthouse D’s private roof terrace spanning nearly 1,000sf and overlooking [MP2] Manhattan skyline views.
“The phenomenal sellout of penthouse collection, and the prices we were able to achieve, show that buyers are hungry for thoughtful, luxurious residences on the Lower East Side,” said Millie Perry of Stribling Marketing Associates, who handles sales at 150 Rivington along with Amanda Hankes. “This neighborhood has attracted a wide range of clientele -- we’ve had steady sales since launching the project in the summer of 2016, with 38% of our homes in contract.
On a prime residential block, developers Cogswell Lee Development and Gluck+ will transformthe corner with an innovative and modern design. With 45 units, the seven-storybuilding will have dramtic floor to ceiling windows woven together with custom cast panels into a facade that echos the playful vitality of the neighborhood. Full-service amenities include:
- -Fitness center
- -Roof terrace with fireplace, kitchen, and views of the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings
- -Sundeck/yoga space
For more information, please visit the website: https://150rivington.com/
About Stribling Marketing Associates:
Stribling Marketing Associatesis one of the most respected and successful development marketing groups in New York City, specializing in consulting, marketing and sales of new developments and conversions. With over twenty-five years of experience, the Stribling Marketing Associates team has represented architecturally significant properties throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.