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Borough’s First Hyatt-Branded Hotel Holds Grand Opening in Flushing

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With sushi, specialty drinks and an energetic, positive atmosphere, Hyatt Place Flushing/LaGuardia Airport held its grand opening last night, June 26th. Located directly across from Flushing Mall at 133-42 39th Avenue, the 168-room property is the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Queens. It features a rooftop outdoor garden area (above) with spectacular panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and an indoor swimming pool, as well as about 1,000 square feet of flexible, high-tech meeting/function space. Believed to be the borough’s one hundredth hotel, Hyatt Place is part of One Fulton Square (rendition at bottom), F & T Group‘s latest Flushing development comprising of 330,000 square feet of retail, hotel, office, and luxury residential condominiums on three-glass levels.

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Penthouse Loft at 185 Plymouth Street in DUMBO Sells for $3 Million

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From 6sqft.com:

Penthouse Loft at 185 Plymouth Sells for $3M

Just in time for Alloy‘s penned Spring 2014 move-in date, the north penthouse (#PHN) at 185 Plymouth Street closed yesterday afternoon for $3.08 million, according to city records. All units in the former Brillo factory are officially now sold out.

Units in the coveted DUMBO property hit the market March of last year, and after managing to sell eight units in less than a week without even listing the property, Alloy decided to raise the prices of the two remaining units, #PHN and #PHS, to $3.4 million and $3.95 million respectively. But that clearly didn’t slow buyers down from wanting to lay claim to some of DUMBO’s hottest new property.

These light filled lofts are nothing short of spectacular with literal walls of windows overlooking the courtyard and the East River; not to mention private outdoor space with insane Manhattan views.

PHN is a sprawling 2,156 square feet with 2,049 square feet of outdoor space, boasting landscaped terraces, oversized glass doors, and marble master baths accented with a dual shower and a skylight.

And this penthouse isn’t the only unit with amazing features. All of 185′s lofts have large living spaces and tall ceilings with exposed timber structural beams. And speaking of exposed, each of the lofts will have exposed brick walls, along with beautiful wide-plank flooring. The kitchens will have Italian Rifra white lacquer cabinetry; top-of-the-line appliances; and tons of counter space, including a 10’ island — the kind of luxury a true New Yorker can really appreciate.

The building’s additional amenities include an exercise room, bike storage and a 24hr virtual doorman.

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10 Madison Square West Combines Two Penthouses, Asks $35M

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10 Madison Sq West Combines 2 Penthouses, Asks $35M

Buoyed by the rampant success of his 10 Madison Square project — 119 of the 125 units are already in contract a mere nine months after sales launched— developer Steve Witkoff has decided to offer the two penthouses planned for the 22nd floor as one $35 million combo. The combined full-floor pad would total 6,515 square feet with five beds, six and a half baths, and 1,736 square feet of outdoor space split between two terraces. The master suite alone total 1,400 square feet, with his and hers dressing rooms each of which is the size of a tiny studio apartment. So that’s good, you know, if you’re into that kind of thing. The listing is currently live only on the 10 Madison Square West official website. [Update: And now it’s up on the Elliman site, too.]

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