by INHABIT EDITORS
A showcase of new construction real estate
listings across the Corcoran network.
listings across the Corcoran network.
From towering new developments to single-family residences, these remarkable properties await their first buyers to call them home. Taking center stage this month: Indoor-outdoor perfection in Florida, a house in the heart of the Hamptons, a contemporary two-family apartment building in The Heights of Jersey City, and picturesque Pacific panoramas in Hawaii.
New York City
What’s Here: Delight in a dazzling three-bed duplex with direct elevator access, one of only six residences in this boutique building in Greenwich Village. There is a gargantuan scale to this home’s living room, which boasts towering double-height ceilings and double-height walls to adorn with artworks. The living room flows directly into a dining room and kitchen, positioned beside a floor-to-ceiling window gazing southward. More floor-to-ceiling glass—plus plentiful natural light—accompanies the upper floor-encompassing primary suite, containing an en suite bath done up in marble.
What We Love: The building effortlessly merges industrial past and chic present, complete with a Corten steel facade, a communal outdoor lounge, and art installations by Federico Uribe and Roy Nachum.
What’s Here: Traditional design meets modern comfort at this East End five-bed. Despite its newness, the home has a vintage style with details like vaulted ceilings and dormer windows. A sun-drenched living room—featuring one of two marble mantle fireplaces—opens onto a pristine bluestone patio and a lush lawn, equally ideal for morning, afternoons, and nights spent lounging poolside. Find even more space to spread out on the finished lower level, sitting under nine-foot ceilings with a game room plus additional area for a den or media room.
What We Love: One of the most supreme Hamptons locations one could desire, an ocean’s breeze away from downtown Southampton village and the Atlantic’s swoon-worthy beaches.
What’s Here: Marvel at the panoramic ocean view—stretching from Kona’s Hualalai volcano to Maui’s Haleakala Crater—from every room in this four-bed, four-bath house. Designed by architect Matthew M. Graves, this newly built home is located in the Kohala Waterfront gated community, which is so quiet you can often hear the sounds of whales and dolphins talking and frolicking in nearby Kai ‘Opae Bay. The great room includes an open kitchen with an adjacent breakfast nook, complete with its own coffee bar, and a large living space that opens up to the saltwater pool, spa, and two outdoor showers.
What We Love: The garden’s landscaping was designed by Micah Barker of Bioscape Hawaii, who created the verdant surroundings by using native Hawaiian plants with high drought tolerance and low water usage, including blossoming trees and native palms.
What’s Here: Two separate apartments in one building present a fabulous opportunity to live in one unit and rent out the other or use it as an in-law apartment. The duplex has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, a family room, a long living room, and access to the private backyard. The second apartment has three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor, access to the roof deck, and a separate ground-level living area—with a powder room—that can be used as a home office or playroom. There’s a tandem garage, and the building is within walking distance of all the great restaurants on The Heights‘ Central Avenue.
What We Love: This is a high-tech house with security cameras, temperature, and lighting all controlled via smartphone or voice activation. There are also fully automated window shades, a refrigerator that provides recipes, and even bathroom smart mirrors.
What’s Here: There’s room for the whole gang in this spacious seven-bedroom house in Inlet Beach‘s Grand Inlet enclave. Architectural firm T.S. Adams created a layout that takes advantage of 30A‘s fabulous weather, with an emphasis on indoor-outdoor flow and some 6,500 square feet of living and entertaining spaces. Each of the upper levels opens out to a separate balcony area—one has a relaxing porch swing while another boasts a fire pit and outdoor seating. Inside, details like built-in window seats, shiplap accent walls, two bunk rooms, and the game room’s wet bar give this beach house a fun, nautical flair.
What We Love: The house is just a quick stroll down to Inlet Beach, one of 30A’s loveliest stretches of sand.
What’s Here: Just half an hour from New Paltz and Kingston, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom contemporary house to be built in the heart of Ulster County has a thoughtful layout mixing open and private spaces. Each bedroom has an en suite bathroom, and the primary suite also has an expansive private deck. The first floor’s open plan living room has double-height ceilings and connects via a balcony to the second floor, which has two bedroom suites and a laundry room. Many of the rooms have a view of the mighty Hudson and the ever-changing foliage of the sylvan surroundings.
What We Love: Marlboro is less than 90 minutes from New York City and is close to all the splendors of the Hudson Valley, whether it’s apple picking, skiing, hiking, or visiting the many wineries and farm stands nearby.
What’s Here: A spacious five-bedroom in Foxcroft has been designed with plenty of thoughtful details to make everyday life easier and more enjoyable. Two of the bedrooms open up into spacious rooftop terraces, the laundry room includes a dog washing station, and the entertainment room has a wet bar with a dishwasher and beverage fridge, a half-bathroom, and a hidden gaming nook. The double-height great room sports an illuminated glass wine wall (with a chef’s kitchen beyond), and a dramatic fireplace.
What We Love: The backyard is a relaxing outdoor sanctuary with a saltwater pool and a waterfall spa.
What’s Here: This energy-efficient home is outfitted with the latest technology to live your best life, including high-efficiency mechanicals, a top-of-the-line security system, and a whole-house generator. There is almost 5,000 square feet of living space spread out over four levels, with five bedrooms, four-and-a-half-baths, and a home office. The gourmet kitchen was designed by respected kitchen designer Karen Berkemeyer and features custom cabinets, double ovens, and a substantial center island. Plus, the dining room includes a built-in bar! The best of Old Greenwich is all within walking distance.
What We Love: A finished lower level has three flexible spaces that can be configured as needed, such as a rec room, a second home office, or a gym. There’s also an additional bedroom suite with its own private entrance, perfect for au pair or guest quarters.