The building at 375 West Broadway may be sold as early as this week, the New York Post reports.
The five-story Soho property could go for as much as $125 million. In 2013, Real Estate Equities paid $81 million for the building. The buyer this go-round is thought to be Pearlmark Real Estate Partners, according to the paper.
The Soho property spans 80,000 square feet. It houses a 7,050-square-feet location of women’s clothing retailer Anthropologie.
The building is currently at full capacity.
Michael Miller, his son Brandon of Real Estate Equities and Mark Siegel — along with a city-based fund — are the sellers, according to the Post. Douglas Harmon and Adam Spies of Eastdil Secured marketed the building. [NYP, second] – Claire Moses