VU New York is now offering a stunning collection of spacious 2- and 3-bedroom residences, and one of the premier listings is Penthouse B, a 2,926 square foot duplex home, perched on the 33rd and 34th floors to offer incomparable views. It is a 3- bedroom and 3.5-bathroom residence that is currently available for $10,995,000.
Penthouse with Incomparable Panoramas at VU New York
One of the building’s premier listings is a $10,995,000 Penthouse B, a 2,926 square foot duplex home. Perched on the 33rd and 34th floors, it has 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms and expansive outdoor spaces for entertaining and relaxation.
Residence 3B is an Eastern facing 2 bed, 2 bath home that stuns with natural light in every room and features walls of floor to ceiling windows throughout. This home is equipped to accommodate modern day living with an open entertaining space, state of the art kitchen and ample storage, including a gracious walk-in closet in the master bedroom.
Luxury Residential Buildings with Exceptional Roof Decks and Outdoor Amenities
Luxury residential developments are going to greater lengths to attract buyers offering impressive amenities and perks for residents. Take a look at the building with exceptional roof decks and outdoor amenities that can help residents find peace after a busy day.
Inside the largest new condo towers opening in Manhattan right now
Manhattan seems to be shrinking, as a number of smaller-scale boutique buildings hit the market this season. But there’s a also group of notable, ambitious and larger scale properties launching right now. Here’s a look at what inside.
In Kips Bay, a new 100-unit high-rise condominium building called VU New York stretches 36-floors high, far above many of its surrounding structures. Its height provides vistas of the uptown skyline, the East River, and many of the hidden architectural gems in between.
Residents on some of the lower level floors of VU New York will have direct sightlines of the two-story mansard roof crowning the historic 69th Regiment Armory Building on Lexington Avenue, which has hosted everything from the legendary 1913 Armory Show to early 1950s NBA Finals games.
Bronze mullions dominate SLCE Architects’ exterior design for this Manhattan high-rise
New York may be the city that never sleeps, but developers seem to be holding that expression to truth as the city’s growth continued through a tough year. New developments can be seen in many boroughs, from Manhattan to Brooklyn, especially as taller residential buildings and swaths of reimagined neighborhoods, like Hudson Yards or Hunters South Point, become the norm. New York’s own Minrav Development tapped SLCE Architects to design the exterior of the latest residential tall to grace Kips Bay on the east side of Manhattan: the VU. A 36-story tower on a base, the VU offers unprecedented views within its mid-rise context for 100 units, expressed vertically with clean lines, bronze embellishments, and sculpted chevron details.
Newly comfortable with online tours, some buyers make offers on condos sight unseen
When New York City shut down a year ago, and real estate showings halted, touring apartments via video became less of a gimmick and more of a necessity. Instead of an afterthought, videos became a necessary part of an apartment hunter’s research.
The expectation was that renters would sign a lease after seeing an apartment through 3D videos or Facetime tours—but most buyers—unless they were investors—would not make a move. After all, what buyer would be comfortable paying NYC prices for an apartment they had not seen in person?
And now, a year later, with showings happening in person—in adherence with Covid safety rules, of course—what incentive is there for a buyer to buy an apartment sight unseen?
NYC Residences with Romantic Views for Valentine’s Day
VU is a new luxury high-rise residence on Manhattan’s East Side with architecture by renowned firm SLCE and interiors by acclaimed designer Paris Forino. At 36-stories tall, VU rises far above surrounding buildings, providing gorgeous, unobstructed views of the uptown and downtown skyline.
An ideal spot for romance, VU’s oversized windows put the city on full display, offering views of the Empire State Building, One World Trade, and the East River. Since most of these views can be enjoyed from the residences themselves, residents could spend a magical Valentines Day right at home.
Sales Launch For Minrav Development’s VU At 368 Third Avenue, In Kips Bay, Manhattan
Sales have officially launched for Minrav Development’s VU, aka 368 Third Avenue, a new 36-story condominium building located on Third Avenue between East 26th and East 27th Streets. The 145,000 square foot tower is designed by SLCE Architects, and is situated in Kips Bay, near NoMad, Gramercy, and Flatiron. Paris Forino designed the interiors of the project, and is also behind the full floor of vitality and wellness- driven amenities. Within, there will be 100 residences, ranging from studios to three- bedrooms, and duplex penthouses. Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing is exclusively handling the marketing and sales.
Sales launch at VU: Manhattan condos with panoramic views from an attainable $829K
Sited at the intersection of NoMad, Kips Bay, and Gramercy is VU New York, a 36- story condominium designed by SLCE Architects and spearheaded by Minrav Development. The high-rise rises mid-block at 368 Third Avenue, between East 26th and 27th Street not far from Madison Square Park, NYU Langone's Tisch Hospital, and all of the offices and amentieis of Midtown South.
New 100-Unit Condominium Building in Manhattan Launches Sales
Sales have launched for VU, a new 100-unit condominium building that rises 36 stories from the center of four of Manhattan’s most dynamic neighborhoods – NoMad, Flatiron, Gramercy, and Kips Bay. Located at 368 Third Avenue, between 26th and 27th Street, in New York City, the residential development incorporates thoughtful architecture and interior design to offer stunning homes, breathtaking views and a full suite of wellness and vitality focused amenities.
Last week, Minrav Development announced sales have launched for VU, a new 100- unit condominium building in Manhattan. This is the first time they are fully unveiling the development. Paris Forino, the acclaimed interior designer, is crafting light and airy interiors to complement VU’s soaring ceilings and panoramic New York City views. Renowned firm SLCE Architects designed the exterior architecture, which measures 145,000 square feet and is designed to meet LEED certification.
Vu Condo Development Launches Sales, Designed By Paris Forino And SLCE Architects
Yesterday Minrav Development announced sales launched for a new 100-unit condominium in Manhattan named VU, fully unveiling the development for the first time. Paris Forino designed the interiors to compliment panoramic views of New York City along with amenity spaces. SLCE Architects designed the exterior architecture which is about 145,000 sq.ft. and designed to meet LEED certification. VU is located on 3rd Avenue boarding NoMad, Flatiron, Gramercy and Kips Bay neighborhood.
Renderings and pricing revealed for VU, new Murray Hill condo with amazing views
Murray Hill might not be the first neighborhood that comes to mind when thinking of luxury condos, but that just might be a good thing. VU, the new 100-unit project at 368 Third Avenue, is one of the tallest buildings in the neighborhood, which affords its 100 units incredible views of the East River, Midtown, and even down to the World Trade Center. We’ve now got our first look at the flashy new project, along with a pricing reveal.
Facade installation is nearing completion at Minrav Development’s 36-story residential condo tower the VU at 368 Third Avenue in the Kips Bay neighborhood of Manhattan. Designed by SLCE Architects, the tower’s facade features a glass window wall with a grid of faceted metal panel slab and pier caps. Bronze colored metal panel accents complement the tower’s mullion color.
Take A Look At These Luxury Developments Set To Launch This Fall
Even while people may say the city is dead, new development is still coming. As new condos are set to launch this Fall these snazzy buildings will sure bring life back into New York City.
Located at 368 Third Avenue developed by Minrav Development, is developing VU, Paris Forino, the acclaimed designer, is crafting light and airy interiors to complement VU’s soaring ceilings and panoramic New York City views. Renowned firm SLCE Architects is designing the building’s architecture.