With Demolition Underway, First Interior Renderings of 50 Clinton Street Are Released

Posted on: February 20th, 2015 at 5:11 am by
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The low-rise row of retail along Clinton Street died so that luxury living could rise (nay, ruin) the block.

No sooner did the scaffolding arrive at 50 Clinton than new interior renderings surfaced about the replacement development. This, of course, is the future location of a seven-story luxury condo project by the hand of DHA Capital. Yesterday morning, its broker (and biggest cheerleader) Fredrik Eklund announced the official splash site and these accompanying shots of the rooms themselves.

There are a total of thirty-seven apartments (designed by Paris Forino) with amenities that include 24hr doorman, gym, “lush gardens,” and rooftops terraces. One-bedrooms start at $975K, two-bedrooms at $1.75M, and penthouses in glass at $3M. We’ll take one of each…

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Photo: Fredrik Eklund

Our favorite is the bullshit broker-babble on the website about the housing stock being a “limited collection of residences.” Are we supposed to kiss the ring or something?

DHA Capital – which acquired the property for a record $28.95 million – is targeting “first-time buyers and young professionals” to populate the new development.

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