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Manhattan's "Green Rush" - New Eco Friendly Condo Developments

High Line 23

The Future is Now!

Green technology and space age designs are currently under construction throughout Manhattan.

High Line 23 or HL23 (shown) is a new green building from Neil M. Denari Architects that is currently under construction in the West Chelsea art gallery district at West 23rd Street and 10th Avenue.

The structure is a 14 floor mixed use of gallery space and condominiums with amazing views of the new High Line elevated park.

The condo will include nine floor-through apartments ranging in size from about 1,850 square feet to 2,600 square feet. Prices range from $2,750,000 to $10,500,000 for the 3700 square foot penthouse duplex unit with a terrace.

LEED certified homes combine systems that together create a holistically green building that is much more than energy savings. Energy, indoor air quality, water consumption, sustainable sites, landscaped roofs all create an envornmentally friendly building.

To receive LEED certificate a building has to earn 26 of 69 points on a scale created by the (LEED) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, the country's most popular green benchmark. Certification of silver, gold or platunum can happen up to a year after the building is completed. Green buildings are required to be 14 per cent more efficient than regular building codes dictate.

 New Construction Green Condos in Manhattan:

The Lucida, Upper East Side

 

The Visionaire: 70 Little Street, Battery Park City *(LEED Platinum)

Riverhouse: One Rockefeller Park, Battery Park City *(LEED Gold)

The Brompton: 205 East 85th Street, Upper East Side *(LEED Silver)

The Lucida: 151 East 85th Street, Upper East Side *(LEED Silver)

The Harrison: West 76th Street, Upper West Side *(LEED Silver)

HL23: 515-717 West 23rd Street, Chelsea (LEED Gold)

The Kalahari: 40 West 116th Street, Harlem *(LEED Silver)

1400 on 5th: 1400 Fifth Avenue, Harlem *(LEED level pending)

Millenium Tower Residences: 30 West Street, BPC (LEED Gold rating )

The Lucida, Upper East Side

 

Thinking about living in a new green luxury condo? Click my new developments page submit the buyer form and write "green" in the comment section. I will send you current email listings of green condos that match your buying criteria.

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Comment balloon 13 commentsMitchell J Hall • May 17 2008 07:13PM

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MITCHELL - What a great resource for people looking for new "green" construction in NYC.  Many people probably aren't even aware that they exist.  It's good to see that builders are taking this into account now.

Posted by Adam Waldman, Realtor - Long Island (Westcott Group Real Estate Company) over 10 years ago

Mmmmm.  I'm getting an image of what large buildings will look like in the coming years. 

It'will take some getting used to but in terms of the ecology benefits, I'm completely O.K. with it.

Thanks Mitchell.

Posted by Lenn Harley, Real Estate Broker - Virginia & Maryland (Lenn Harley, Homefinders.com, MD & VA Homes and Real Estate) over 10 years ago

Mitchell, I didn't realize there were that many LEED certified buildings in New York....the new one looks increbible, I love to see your photos (and prices) of Manhattan Realty!

Posted by Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher (Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island) over 10 years ago

Mitchell, what a contrast to what you usually think of in Chelsea!  Like pre-war and a lot of gingerbread.  I'll have to check it out the next time I'm in New York!

Posted by Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital (RLAH Real Estate) over 10 years ago

Adam, Thanks for stopping by. Many of the new builders are trying for the LEED certificate. There are many people who aren't aware.

Lenn, The Jetsons... They do take some getting used to particulary the floor to ceiling windows. Because the High Line 23 is in the Chelsea art district many of the new buildings in Chelsea look like works of art.

Carole, Yes there are many "green building" but they have different levels silver, gold, platinum depending on how eco friendly they are and the materials used to build them.

Patricia, Yes, What a contrast. My first listing in Chelsea was in a fitzroy brownstone built in 1860. It looks like a gingerbread house, brick wall, fireplace creeky stairs, charming and romantic. Now these new steel and glass buildings are all going up all over West chelsea and Manhattan.

Posted by Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn (The Corcoran Group) over 10 years ago

Mitchell - I can alway count on you to provide the most up-to-date real estate information on the Manhattan market.  Good to see green is now a focal point in your area.  I always refer people to your blogs what a resource.

Posted by Jennifer Fivelsdal, Mid Hudson Valley real estate connection ( JFIVE Home Realty LLC | 845-758-6842|162 Deer Run Rd Red Hook NY 12571) over 10 years ago

Jennifer Thank you. I appreciate your comments.

Posted by Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn (The Corcoran Group) over 10 years ago

Mitchell, if I were looking for a place in the city, I couldn't imagine a better go-to- thanks!

Posted by Laurie Mindnich over 10 years ago

Laurie, Thank you I really appreciate your comment.

Posted by Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn (The Corcoran Group) over 10 years ago

Mitchell  Thanks for the links!  You are a great resource.  I just clicked on the Visionaire link and noticed that the architecture firm is the same that designed the new BOK Center in Tulsa which should be finished in September.  I'll be checking out the other links as well. 

Posted by Anthony Clark, Real Estate. It's About Lifestyle! (Clark Partners) over 10 years ago

Anthony, Thanks for stopping by. I just clicked the link for the new BOK center in Tulsa it has a very similar looking curved curtain wall of glass casement like the Visionaire. I believe the solar panels that recycle the energy are in those bands. The architects Pelli are supposed to be the best in green design.

Posted by Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn (The Corcoran Group) over 10 years ago

Mitchell, What a great, informative post. That is a "whole lotta' green" going on there. That's great!  I just sold a lot to a gentleman here in Huntsville that is going "green" with his construction. I'm going to give him your links. I think he will find it of interest! Thanks so much.

Posted by Elizabeth Cooper-Golden, Huntsville AL MLS (Huntsville Alabama Real Estate, (@ Homes Realty Group)) over 10 years ago

Hi Elizabeth,

Thanks for stopping by I appreciate your comment. Below is a blog I did a while ago that has more links about where to get green materials and how to make a home more green.

http://activerain.com/blogsview/237555/A-GREENER-GREATER-NEW

 

Posted by Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn (The Corcoran Group) over 10 years ago

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