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One Manhattan Square (252 South Street)

Extell’s condo skyscraper towers over the Two Bridges neighborhood.

One Manhattan Square rises above the East River with 81 floors, 814 condo units and outsize amenities. Developed by Extell and designed by Adamson Associates, the project is a behemoth amongst everything else in the low-rise Two Bridges and Lower East Side neighborhoods. Located at 252 South Street, the tower is tucked into the base of the Manhattan Bridge but is visible from all of the Brooklyn waterfront and beyond.

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The condo’s studio to four-plus bedroom homes range in asking price from $1.05M to $13.18M with an average asking price of $2,300 per square foot.

One Manhattan Square boasts one of the largest amenity packages in the city with more than 100,000 square feet of private indoor and outdoor offerings including over an acre of outdoor areas designed by landscape architecture firm West 8, a culinary lounge and demonstration kitchen, a cellar bar and lounge, a theater and performance space, a wine billiard room, arcade, squash court and more.

One Manhattan Square Location

One Manhattan Square is located at 252 South Street, NY, NY

One Manhattan Square Amenities, Unit Mix, Prices


Roof Deck
Swimming Pool
Fitness Center
Pets allowed

Unit Mix

Studio – 1
1 Bedroom – 386
2 Bedroom – 322
3 Bedroom – 105
4 Bedroom – 1
5 Bedroom – 1

Asking Price

$1.05M to $13.18M
$2,300 ppsf average

Source: Marketproof New Development

One Manhattan Square Project Team


Extell Marketing Group, Corcoran Sunshine


Extell Development Group


Adamson Associates

Interior Design

Meyer David Studio



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