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  • From left: 60 Collister Street, Jenna Lyons and Courtney Crangi

    Jenna Lyons, the executive creative director of fashion brand J. Crew, along with her girlfriend, Courtney Crangi, are hunting for a new rental home together, the New York Daily News reported. The couple have been looking around Soho for their new digs, according to an unnamed source. Lyons currently lives at Tribeca’s 60 Collister Street. [more]

  • The interior of the Marble House

    Despite a booming market for trophy properties, one marble-clad Tribeca home complete with a private 45-foot pool has lingered on the market, forcing the owner to slash the listing price by almost half the initial ask.

    Film producer Stuart Parr’s “Marble House” at 60 Collister Street is set to undergo another price cut, its third since February. After being pulled from the market yesterday, the home is set to come online, with a $14.995 million asking price. That represents more than a $10 million discount off of the unit’s original asking price. [more]

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  • From left: Stuart Parr, Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes and a shot of the interior

    The “Marblehous” inside 60 Collister Street in Tribeca has undergone another price cut, Curbed reported. The ask is now $15.75 million — down from its initial $24.5 million ask.

    As previously reported, the triplex is owned by film producer Stuart Parr. After being listed with the Corcoran Group in February 2009 for $24.5 million, the 9,079-square-foot condominium was taken offline; it returned to the market in April of that year. In September, the price went down to $21.5 million, then decreased again in March 2010 to $18.5 million. [more]

  • From left: Justin Ehrlich and Zach Vella of VE Equities, John Gomes & Fredrik Eklund of Elliman and 60 Collister Street

    Following a successful sell out of 471 Washington Street in January, investment and development firm VE Equities has a contract out on the final unit at the former American Express Carriage House at 60 Collister Street, another Tribeca luxury condominium developed by the company, co-founder Zach Vella told The Real Deal today. [more]

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  • From left: 471 Washington Street, 482 Greenwich Street and 52 Laight Street

    Wealthy homebuyers are flocking to a secluded area north of Tribeca, but don’t expect destination restaurants to follow.

    The New York Post names a group of new condominiums, including 250 West Street, 471 Washington Street, 1 North Moore Street, 60 Collister Street, 482 Greenwich Street and 52 Laight Street, that have recently sprouted north of Tribeca and south of Hudson Square, off the western most part of Canal Street. [more]

  • Top from left: VE Equities principals Justin Ehrlich and Zach Vella, Fredrik Eklund, managing director, and John Gomes, executive vice president, of Prudential Douglas Elliman; bottom: 60 Collister Street (building credit: Rich Caplan)

    On one of the most secluded streets in the heart of Tribeca, six luxury condominium units will quietly hit the market today and nine more in the same building will follow shortly. They make up all the units in a five-story condominium project at 60 Collister Street, between Hubert and Laight streets, at the former American Express Carriage House building.

    VE Equities, the developers behind Tribeca’s 471 Washington Street, which sold out last month, and One North Moore, acquired the site in a short sale last year and received attorney general approval to market the units this Tuesday. As with all of VE’s previous residential projects, Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of Prudential Douglas Elliman have the listings. [more]