Nine 52: 416 West 52nd Street

Nine 52 is Karl Fischer's vision of a luxurious condominium project with studio to 3 bedroom residences listed from $775K. This building sits in a vibrant, modern neighborhood, promising recreational spots for its people. The oversized windows frame quintessential views of Manhattan in thriving and historic radius of neighborhood. Karl Fischer's absolute attention to detail lends the building its taste of a modern and traditional blend, with the metal contrasting with wood in the interior, setting yet another significant 'first' to the architectural renaissance in NYC.    These luxury condos provide a generous list of amenities to ensure a healthy, convenient lifestyle for residents, including an elevator, full-time doorman, pet-friendly environment, bike room, children's playroom, roof deck, and garden.     CITY REALTY ARTICLE     This attractive, red-brick, 7-story, mid-block apartment building at 416 West 52nd Street between 9th and 10th avenues has 156 condominium units and was erected in 1940 as a facility of St. Vincent’s Hospital.    According to an August 18, 2015 article by Konrad Putzier at therealdeal.com Joseph Chetrit of The Chetrit Group bought this building and another at 432 West 53nd Street in 2007 in partnership with Tessler Developments for $88.7 million.  In 2014, Chetrit sold 432 West 52nd Street to a partnership between JVL Property Group, Okada Acquisitions and Zion Enterprises, which then converted the building to condominiums.  In 2015, Chetrit, who had converted this building to rental apartments, sold it to Gaia Real Estate for $156.5 million.    The architect for the condominium conversion by Gaia was Karl Fischer.    CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!    

Nine 52 is Karl Fischer's vision of a luxurious condominium project with studio to 3 bedroom residences listed from $775K. This building sits in a vibrant, modern neighborhood, promising recreational spots for its people. The oversized windows frame quintessential views of Manhattan in thriving and historic radius of neighborhood. Karl Fischer's absolute attention to detail lends the building its taste of a modern and traditional blend, with the metal contrasting with wood in the interior, setting yet another significant 'first' to the architectural renaissance in NYC.

These luxury condos provide a generous list of amenities to ensure a healthy, convenient lifestyle for residents, including an elevator, full-time doorman, pet-friendly environment, bike room, children's playroom, roof deck, and garden.

CITY REALTY ARTICLE

This attractive, red-brick, 7-story, mid-block apartment building at 416 West 52nd Street between 9th and 10th avenues has 156 condominium units and was erected in 1940 as a facility of St. Vincent’s Hospital.

According to an August 18, 2015 article by Konrad Putzier at therealdeal.com Joseph Chetrit of The Chetrit Group bought this building and another at 432 West 53nd Street in 2007 in partnership with Tessler Developments for $88.7 million.  In 2014, Chetrit sold 432 West 52nd Street to a partnership between JVL Property Group, Okada Acquisitions and Zion Enterprises, which then converted the building to condominiums.  In 2015, Chetrit, who had converted this building to rental apartments, sold it to Gaia Real Estate for $156.5 million.

The architect for the condominium conversion by Gaia was Karl Fischer.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!

 

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