Months after sales launched in Asia, Extell Development last week kicked off the domestic marketing push for One Manhattan Square. There will be 815 condominium apartments and loads of over-the-top amenities in the 80-story tower at 252 South St.
Last Thursday evening, Extell honcho Gary Barnett hosted a glitzy party on the Lower East Side. There was a dramatic 3D model of the monstrous building that will be looming over the Manhattan Bridge. There were performances by Hamilton’s Anthony Ramos, musician Spencer Ludwig and even a “One Manhattan Square” rap from “performance poet” Rafael Casal (yes, really).
The sales office for the project is located at 220 South St., in the Manhattan Mini Storage building. A few listings have started to pop up on the project website. 1-bedroom units start at around $1.1 million. If you want to be on a high floor, it will cost you a few-hundred thousand more. 2-bedroom condos start at just over $2 million. A high-floor 3-bedroom will set you back $3.8 million.