Pace University is looking to sell a 15-story Financial District dormitory building its brokers say is prime for a condominium conversion.
The university is shopping 106-108 Fulton Street, a 75,000-square-foot residential property with retail at the base, which Pace converted into dorms in 1999.
It could sell for as much as $60 million.
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s Kenneth Zakin, who is representing Pace, is marketing the building as a potential “mid-market luxury housing” conversion, the New York Post reported.
The broker is floating a scheme that would create 27 large units there to sell for around $1,850 to $2,000 per square foot, and a second idea that would create more than 50 units.