Stunning Luxury Contemporary Condominium Conversion Combining Two Historic Pre-War Buildings in New York Announce Sell-Out

NEW YORK, NY - 350 West 71stStreet, the luxury conversion that beautifully combined two historic pre-war buildings into one stunning contemporary condominium on the Upper West Side of Manhattan – today announced that the last remaining unit, a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom, has sold. This transaction marks a total sell out of the boutique luxury building.

“It came as no surprise that 350 West 71stStreet had such strong sales momentum since September,” said David L. Berger, Partner at DNA Development along with Alexander J.A. Sachs. “With buyers prioritizing boutique living and thoughtfully designed apartments with impeccable finishes and craftsmanship, this hidden gem was the perfect building to fit their needs.”

Over the last four months, eight contracts were signed at the 38-unit building, totaling more than $20 million. Recent sales include Penthouse C, which sold for $4.6 million and spans 2,284 square feet of interior space containing three-bedrooms as well as 1,429 square feet of private outdoor terrace space complete with a gas grill. Penthouse A, the building’s most expensive residence and inclusive of private outdoor space, sold last fall for $5.4 million. Numerous other two-, three- and four-bedroom homes have also gone into contract since November 2020.

A rarity for boutique buildings in the area, the DXA Studio-designed condominium features a suite of luxurious amenities available for resident-use, including a bespoke library with elegant custom millwork, built-in window seats and an integrated sound system; a fitness center featuring Peloton cycling equipment; a children’s playroom with private adjacent outdoor space; and bicycle storage among other useful amenities. The building also offers residents an expansive shared roof terrace showcasing lush landscaping and an entertaining and dining area with a large gas grill, all enveloped in views of the Upper West Side’s distinctive prewar architecture.

Located between West End Avenue and Riverside Boulevard and within the West End Collegiate Historic District, 350 West 71stStreet sits in the heart of the Upper West Side and is surrounded by an abundance of outdoor space as well as myriad cafes, restaurants, retail and cultural attractions. Additionally, Central Park, Riverside Park, the Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Center and the Beacon Theater are all within close proximity.

350 West 71st Street was developed by DNA Development, a privately held, vertically integrated real estate investment and development company. DNA Development’s other notable recent projects include the luxury boutique condos at 280 St. Marks Avenue and 343 6th Avenue in Brooklyn, a ground-up mixed-use glass jewel box retail and office development at 12 West 48th Street across the street from Rockefeller Center, and a currently under construction ground-up luxury condominium building at 540 Sixth Avenue on the northeast corner of 14thStreet named FÖRENA in partnership with Landsea Homes, where sales will launch in spring 2021 and units are expected to deliver later this year.

Compass Development Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for 350 West 71stStreet. For more information about the building, please visit 350w71st.com, or email info@350W71.com. For more information about other projects by DNA Development, please visit dnadevelopment.com

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