United Management and Certes Partners top off Dahlia; A 20-story residential building designed by CetraRuddy

February 05, 2019 - Owners Developers & Managers
Dahlia's signed beam.

 

Dahlia developers/investors with construction workers.

Manhattan, NY According to United Management and Reuveni Real Estate, Dahlia, a 20-story residential building on the Upper West Side, has officially “topped off” construction. A catered recognition ceremony, held at the building located at 212 West 95th St. between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave., attracted guests who toured the construction site, viewed project renderings and signed the last beam that was then hoisted and placed at the top of the building. The project is being developed by United Management in conjuction with Certes Partners. CetraRuddy is the design architect and interior designer, RKTB is the architect of record and JRM is the construction manager of the project.

Dahlia topping out ceremony.

With interiors designed by CetraRuddy Architecture, Dahlia will contain 38 two to four-bedroom condos including two penthouses and select homes with private outdoor spaces. The residences will have open layouts and up to 10-ft. ceilings. Amenities will include bike storage, private storage for purchase, limited private parking for purchase, lounge, music room, children’s playspace, a 5,100 s/f elevated outdoor park with children’s playground, pet spa, game room, fitness room, yoga studio, and 24-hour attended lobby.

Reuveni Real Estate will be the exclusive marketing agent of record. Occupancy is expected in spring 2020. 

“Dahlia’s symbolic topping off marks a significant milestone for the Upper West Side. After over a decade of st agnant new construction along the Broadway corridor north of West 86th St., the neighborhood is now experiencing the long-awaited arrival of modern new development product with Dahlia at the helm,” said Shlomi Reuveni, president and CEO of Reuveni Real Estate. “We have so far received overwhelmingly positive response and a strong demand from Upper West Side residents desperately seeking new condominium developments at more attractive price levels. Most of these Upper West Side residents have been priced out of recent new development projects in the West 60s, 70s, and 80s. Dahlia will have high-end, quality homes and an excellent value opportunity in today’s overheated market. We are thrilled to be a part of the most exciting new project coming to the Upper West Side and look forward to launching in the coming weeks.”

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