Socius Development Group, LLC

100 West 18th Street, Chelsea, NYC
$85 million
Financing by PB Capital Corporation

Comprised of 43 luxury condominium units and 30,000 square feet of retail located on three levels, the development also features a state of the art fitness center, club room, roof top gardens and sun deck.
The avant- guard black iron ore brick building, accented with sleek curtain wall glass corners, contains floor to ceiling windows throughout. The result: a building flooded with light and air in a neighborhood where art, and its quest for these elements is paramount. The interior spaces and finishes brought true luxury to Chelsea. Hand cut textured limestone bathrooms and​ the use of tasseled and corduroy lava stone showers were the hallmarks of this luxury building.


Completed and 100% Occupied: June, 2008

Continuum South Beach, Miami, Florida

​$225 million

Financing by GMAC Commercial Mortgage Corporation

The Continuum Company purchased the southernmost 12 acres of beachfront property on Miami’s South Beach in 1999. The first of two 40 story towers was completed in December 2003. The first Tower contains 318 luxury condominiums, including 18 townhouses surrounding its base. It features a 20,000 sf luxury spa, two acres of lagoon and swimming pools placed throughout lush tropical gardens, a world class clay court tennis center and beach pavilion. The tower is 100% sold out and occupied. The building’s apartments were sold for the highest price per square foot in South Beach.

180 Montague Street, Brooklyn Heights, NYC
$55 Million
Financing by Union Labor and Life Insurance Company (ULLICO)
  • 33 Stories, 193 Luxury Rental Apartments
  • 10,000 sf of Retail

  • 76 Parking Spaces on three below grade levels

The 33 story luxury tower was constructed on a small footprint just 12 feet from a subway tunnel. Due to DOB parking requirements, three sub-levels were created to accommodate 76 parking spaces. Pinpoint coordination with the NYC Transit Authority was required to insure no disruption of the subway service during demolition, excavation and foundation. A core shift during the design process resulted in greater efficiency in the residential section and created additional valuable retail space at the ground floor. Upon completion, 180 Montague Street commanded the highest residential rents in Brooklyn.

Certificate of Occupancy 2000
Sold to Archstone Smith for over $100 million in 2002

The Richmond - 201 East 80th Street, NYC

$50 Million
Financing by Yamaichi America

101 Unit luxury condominium
250,000 square feet

The Richmond Condominium was converted from an existing warehouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Portions of the 16 story structure were removed and eight Penthouse floors were added to the top of the building, creating a 24 story luxury condominium. The base of the building contains 40,000 sf of retail space and is occupied by Eli's, a gourmet food retailer. The residences range from 900 square feet to over 4,000 square feet.

Sold Out Prior to Completion
Received Final Certificate of Occupancy in 1999