TRD Friday Feature:When DDG launched a teaser site for its Soho chocolate factory-turned-condo building XOCO 325 featuring artwork by DC Comics illustrator Shawn Martinbrough, the developer epitomized so many absurd real estate marketing trends that it inspired this look back at some of our favorites. [more]
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Charles Blaichman’s CB Developers has plans to erect a 74-unit mixed-use building in Murray Hill, according to permits filed with the city today. [more]
Charles Blaichman’s CB Developers is in contract to acquire three adjacent five-story buildings for $25.2 million, or $420 per square foot, The Real Deal has learned. [more]
Another nation has unloaded a piece of New York real estate. This time, the tiny Kingdom of Lesotho – an enclave in South Africa that is slightly smaller than the state of Maryland – has sold 204 East 39th Street to Charles Blaichman’s CB Developers, according to property records filed today.
CB Developers paid $7.6 million for the four-story building, which is adjacent to its Murray Hill residential project, at 200 East 39th Street, where it is building an 18-story building with 91 planned units. The building will measure 95,000 square feet, with 6,000 square feet of commercial and retail space. [more]
The owners of the upcoming Pod Hotel in Williamsburg are seeking tenants for a 12,800-square-foot ground-floor retail space, according to a spokesperson for commercial brokerage Lee & Associates. [more]
Winthrop Realty Trust, the publicly traded real estate investment company, is accusing its landlord at the 15-story Meatpacking structure known as the High Line Building of refusing to provide a typically non-controversial document the company needs to secure a $55.25 million loan.
The Boston-based Winthrop, headed by CEO Michael Ashner, through its company High Line Development, claims the landlord of 450 West 14th Street is holding back on providing a certification that the lease is in good standing. [more]
Thor Equities’ renovation of the former Takashimaya department store in Midtown and the 3.5-mile QueensWay Cultural Greenway are among the latest projects to receive a new batch of eye-popping renderings in the past week or so. Click here for a slideshow.
A new mixed-use retail and rental building that is slated to rise in Murray Hill has finally unveiled a detailed rendering that shows the Rawlings Architects-designed building from a different angle. [more]
Developer Charles Blaichman of CB Developers is looking to build a five-story, 255-room hotel in Williamsburg.
The nearly 71,000-square-foot site at 626 Driggs Avenue, near North 4th Street, features 83 parking spots, a roof terrace, a courtyard and a restaurant. Dumbo-based Garrison Architects was tapped to design the project, which will also have retail on the ground floor. [more]
Updated: 2:33 p.m., Sept. 11: Charles Blaichman’s CB Developers has paid Fishman Holdings nearly $69 million for a Midtown East development site where permits are in place for a 29-story residential building, according to public records filed with the city today.
The deal for the site — which takes up the entire northeast corner of 50th Street and Second Avenue – closed on Aug. 2 and includes 301 East 50th Street and 305 East 50th Street, property records show. [more]
Updated, 3:39 p.m., May 24: Charles Blaichman’s CB Developers has sold a Tribeca development site to Hoboken, N.J.-based Applied Development Company for $23.2 million, mere months after paying Fishman Holdings $22 million for the plot, city records filed today show. [more]
A new mixed-use retail and rental building is slated to rise in Murray Hill, Buzz Buzz Home reported.
200 East 39th Street, located on the corner of 39th Street and 3rd Avenue, will rise 18 stories tall and have 91 units, according to Department of Buildings permits filed last week seen by Buzz Buzz Home. It is being developed by a partnership of SK Development, CB Developers and Ironstate Development, and will be designed by Rawlings Architects. [more]
UPDATED: The Tribeca land where Fishman Holdings had planned to build a luxury hotel has been sold, for $22 million, to Charles Blaichman’s CB Developers, records filed today with the city show. The site will be redeveloped as condominiums, according to the seller.
After struggles with Landmarks Preservation Commission approvals, plans for 24 condo units were approved in August, according to records filed with the Department of Buildings. CB Developers will move ahead with the development as Fishman planned it, Fishman executive vice president Yehuda Mor said.
CB Developers confirmed the purchase, but would not comment on future plans at the site. [more]
The High Line Building, at 450 West 14th Street, is starting to come
into focus and is expected to get its glass curtain wall next month. CB
Developers’ 15-story tower will have 78,000 square feet of office
space, of which Helmut Lang has already taken two floors, 7,636 square
feet of retail space at the base, and 4,000 square feet of space in the
basement. The five-story base of the building is a landmarked former
meat storage facility. The High Line park runs above the retail section
and below the offices. The office floors are being marketed by Newmark
Knight Frank, with asking rents in the mid-$70s to mid-$80s per square foot, and Winick
Realty is marketing the retail space, where the ground-floor asking
rent is $300 a foot. … [more]