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Tribeca / Soho neighborhood news

  • Sharif El-Gamal and 45 Park Place

    Sharif El-Gamal and 45 Park Place

    Sharif El-Gamal’s Soho Properties is filing plans today to begin work on a new condominium tower at 45 Park Place, the developer announced today. The as-of-right tower will rise to a height of 619 feet and is being designed by Michel Abboud of SOMA Architects. [more]

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    From left: Ryan Serhant and images of 514 Broome Street

    From Luxury Listings NYC: For space-starved New Yorkers looking for a little more elbow room, Soho’s only free-standing townhouse is now available for $9.995 million, according to a property listing that hit the market this afternoon. This marks the very first time that the spread has come to market since it was built in 1930, according to a teaser Instagram pic posted yesterday by Nest Seekers’ Ryan Serhant, the listing broker. [more]

  • Derek Lam and 92 Greene Street

    Derek Lam and 92 Greene Street

    Fashion designer Derek Lam and partner Jan-Hendrik Schlottmann, also CEO of Derek Lam International, have unloaded their three-bedroom Soho loft for $5.25 million. [more]

  • Paul Amrich and 99 Hudson Street

    Paul Amrich and 99 Hudson Street

    Anglo-Dutch multinational consumer goods company Unilver has inked a deal for 30,000 square feet in JCM Holding’s 99 Hudson Street in Tribeca.

    The firm’s spread takes up the 16-story building’s top two floors, Crain’s reported. The space includes an outdoor roof deck, and the asking rent was $78 per square foot — one of the highest rates paid in the area. [more]

  • Soho penthouse trades for nearly $27M

    April 23, 2014 03:47PM
    From left: Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, 383 West Broadway and Adam Modlin

    From left: Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, 383 West Broadway and Adam Modlin

    The penthouse loft in a former Soho manufacturing space has changed hands for $26.58 million. [more]

  • From left: Jon Bon Jovi and 159 Mercer Street

    From left: Jon Bon Jovi and 159 Mercer Street

    Jon Bon Jovi is once again looking to make a memory of his Soho penthouse, which returned to the market Thursday with a $37.5 million price tag. [more]

  • 250 West Street penthouse images

    250 West Street penthouse images

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The sprawling 7,250-square-foot penthouse at 250 West Street in Tribeca — which was most recently listed for $39.5 million — now comes with a $3.5 million discount, according to StreetEasy. [more]

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    From left: 158 Lafayette Street (Photo: PropertyShark), Eli Tabak, Scott Klatsky (top) and Hy Schermer

    UPDATED, 12:55 p.m., April 3:  A joint venture of the Bluestone Group and Princeton Holdings closed today on the $18.35 million purchase of an L-shaped office and retail building in Soho adjacent to the Mondrian Soho hotel, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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    140 Franklin Street (Inset: Crunch logo)

    Lily Realty and Crunch gym reached a settlement last week that will result in the fitness franchise not occupying the commercial space at 140 Franklin Street in Tribeca.

    The building’s board of managers filed a $5 million lawsuit in January to halt the pending lease agreement between Crunch and the landlord. The board claimed that the lease would violate the condo bylaws, condo declaration and city zoning laws. After the settlement, Lily Realty said it would not rent the space to Crunch, which sought to take 19,000 square feet on the ground floor and lower level. [more]

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    From left: 270 West Street, 268 West Street (Photo credit: PropertyShark) and Jeff Blau

    Related Companies purchased a six-parcel development site in Tribeca from long-time owner, Ponte Equities, for $115.3 million. [more]

  • From left: 112, 131 and 133 Greene Street

    From left: 112, 131 and 133 Greene Street

    Once considered a relatively affordable alternative to main Soho retail drags like West Broadway, Spring and Prince streets, nearby Greene Street is now becoming a high-end destination in its own right. [more]

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    From left: Christen Portelli, Michael Glanzberg, 80 Wooster Street and Christopher Fischer

    Soho’s escalating retail rents have led to a dust up over a retail space at 80 Wooster Street, with the irate owner of the property taking on brokers looking to sell it. [more]

  • From left: Kristen Wiig and 476 Broadway

    From left: Kristen Wiig and 476 Broadway

    Funny lady Kristin Wiig’s two-bedroom Soho co-op is in contract after a mere 14 days on the market, according to StreetEasy. [more]

  • Joseph Safra and 145 Spring Street

    Joseph Safra and 145 Spring Street

    A partnership between a Safra family-controlled entity and Sitt Asset Management purchased 145 Spring Street, a Soho mixed-use building with ground-floor retail, for $26 million, according to property records filed with the city today. The 15,421-square-foot eight-story building, located between Wooster Street and West Broadway, was asking $34 million. The seller was Spanish retailer Custo Barcelona, which bought the property in 2009 for $18 million. [more]

  • Interiors at 64 Reade Street

    Interiors at 64 Reade Street

    A sneak peek at the Annabelle Selldorf-designed interiors of the Reade Chambers boutique condominiums, which began hitting the market in late January, reveals a minimalist, classic style. [more]

  • The final piece of the Jenga tower?

    February 24, 2014 04:50PM
    Rendering of the remaining penthouse at 56 Leonard Street

    Rendering of the remaining penthouse at 56 Leonard Street

    Despite previous reports that the last full-floor penthouse at 56 Leonard Street had already hit the market, the 145-unit Tribeca condominium in fact had more penthouses to offer, it seems. [more]

  • Kristen Wiig lists Soho pad for $2.6M

    February 24, 2014 01:34PM
    From left: Kristen Wiig and 476 Broadway

    From left: Kristen Wiig and 476 Broadway

    Actress and comedian Kristen Wiig is parting ways with her two-bedroom loft in Soho, for an asking price of nearly $2.6 million. [more]

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    From left: A Denny’s in Florida, 150 Nassau Street and Babaev Group’s Meir Babaev

    In its ongoing battle to open a restaurant at 150 Nassau Street, Denny’s held an information session last week with Tribeca residents in an effort to calm concerns over its planned move to the neighborhood in May. [more]

  • 131 Duane Street

    131 Duane Street

    One of Tribeca’s last remaining cast-iron loft buildings, currently home to City Hall Restaurant, has changed hands for $18.5 million. [more]

  • From left: Toni Morrison and 66 Leonard Street

    From left: Toni Morrison and 66 Leonard Street

    Nobel and Pulitzer prize-winning novelist Toni Morrison picked up a three-bedroom condominium at Tessler Development’s 66 Leonard Street. [more]

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