Construction of Palm Beach Condominium Reaches Topped-Out Milestone
Construction of a beachfront condominium in Palm Beach topped off at the seven-story building’s peak height.
Unit prices at the 30-unit condominium developed by DDG, called 3550 South Ocean, start at $2.3 million.
“Buyer response to […]
This Penthouse in Brooklyn Heights Looks Poised to Set a Price Record
Maybe it’s a money tree that grows in Brooklyn. The penthouse at The Standish at 171 Columbia Heights looks a good bet to break Brooklyn’s price record of $15.5 million.
The six-bedroom condominium — last asking $16.645 million — was scooped up last […]
DDG’s 3550 South Ocean Condo Project in Palm Beach Breaks Ground
DDG broke ground Wednesday on its condo project 3550 South Ocean, marking the first new luxury beachfront residential building to be built in Palm Beach in more than a decade.
DDG launched sales early this year on the […]
3550 South Ocean, the first new oceanfront condominium development in Palm Beach Island in more than a decade, unveiled its sales gallery last week with a special broker event.
Among the attendees were DDG CEO and Chairman […]
The 10 Most Valuable Brooklyn Condo Filings Accepted in 2016
A converted Williamsburg warehouse that was once the base of operations for a prominent bourbon distributor was the priciest condominium filing approved by the New York Attorney General’s Office in 2016. […]
First Look at 3550 South Ocean, Palm Beach’s Latest Luxe Condo Development
The developers of 3550 South Ocean, Palm Beach’s first luxury condo project in a decade, just unveiled a batch of renderings that include a first look at the project’s interiors.
Designed by Garcia Stromberg and Kobi Karp, the renderings show off […]
First New Condo Project in More than Decade Comes to Palm Beach Island
New York and California-based developer DDG is about to start taking reservations for the first condo project built on Palm Beach’s barrier island in more than a decade.
The luxury development, which fronts the Atlantic, is named 3550 South Ocean. […]
DDG to Replace Chelsea Art Gallery With 11-Story Condo
Joe McMillan’s DDG filed plans for an 11-story, nine-unit condominium building in Chelsea near the High Line.
The Tribeca-based developer purchased the site at 532 West 20th Street between 10th and 11th avenues for $24.25 million in 2014. […]
A Home, A Museum: Developers Tailor New Luxury Pads for Art
Forget location. Forget windows. What buyers really want in luxury real estate is walls — lots of them — and developers are eager to oblige.
Developers are now tailoring high-end projects for customers who want to display their costly Koons […]
Renderings of DDG’s 180 East 88th Project are Here
After clustering around 57th Street for the last several years, super-tall condominiums, which are coveted by buyers for their views and scorned by some others for their bulk, are turning up in other neighborhoods.
Fresh renderings of what will soon become […]
For years, the promise of a Second Avenue subway line has tantalized residential developers who have been hungrily eying the stretch of the Upper East Side between Third Avenue and the East River.
With the first phase of the new line […]
AG Approves DDG’s $308M Condo Plan at 180 East 88th Street
DDG received the green light to begin selling apartments at its Upper East Side condo tower, which will aim for a total sellout of slightly more than $308 million.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office last month approved the Tribeca-based […]
Those good people over at DDG really love stone, especially bluestone. They love bluestone the way other people love macaroons and cupcakes, puppies and springtime.
This love of stone has been demonstrated in several of the firm’s previous […]
Condo developer Joe McMillan’s DDG grabbed a Chelsea development site for $24.3 million.
Alf Naman put the one-story Anton Kern Gallery at 532-534 West 20th Street, between 10th and 11th avenues, on the market for $27 […]
DDG’s 345meatpacking is one of the better buildings in the neighborhood.
This past summer, those who made it to the western-most portion of 14th Street were likely to be dazzled (and perhaps confounded) by the sight of an […]
Has the construction lending spigot, once jammed shut, turned to allow a slow stream of financing for New York City development projects? Industry insiders think so.
Construction loans big and small are starting to add up in the city:
DDG expects multimillion-dollar floor-throughs to sell – in 2012.
A development team on Bond Street is placing a $34 million bet on the market.
The savvy new investment partnership is making the risky gamble that by the time they are ready to sell, […]