Spring fling: The 48 tristate developments hitting the market now

By Zachary Kussin

April showers may bring May flowers. But when it comes to real-estate development, it’s actually years of planning and construction that have brought a bevy of new buildings to market this spring.
House hunters on the prowl for new digs now have dozens of condo and rental developments all over town — from Midtown to Sheepshead Bay, from Harlem to the sixth borough of Jersey City.
Whether you’re looking to live in a big tower or a smaller boutique property, gain access to over-the-top amenities or simply cozy up behind a facade designed by a starchitect, we’ve got you covered.
Here, a look at all your options for spring and — if you’re not quite ready to pull the trigger on a new home — a teaser for the properties due to hit the market this summer. Happy (house) hunting!

272 W. 86th St.

C.P.H. Gilbert was an architect known for designing tony townhouses and mansions around town. Now three of his adjacent historic brick-and-limestone mansions, which date to 1895, are getting a new life as a seven-unit condo. In what’s now known as 272 W. 86th St., Gilbert’s original facades remain intact, while the oversize homes boast modern flair. They range from three to six bedrooms and layouts vary greatly. For instance, there’s a 4,300-square-foot duplex penthouse with an additional 2,500 square feet of terrace space. There are also two townhouse-style units that have gardens. Inside, open-plan kitchens have high-end appliances, and master bathrooms contain deep soaking tubs and polished chrome fixtures. For when the weather gets sticky, there’s central air. East River Partners, alongside architect Barry Rice, worked on this conversion. Want in? Units start at $4.49 million.

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