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  • 200-11th

    From left: 200 11th Avenue, interior of a sample unit, L’Wren Scott and Mick Jagger

    The late fashion designer L’Wren Scott left her $8 million duplex condominium unit at Filiberto Properties’ 200 11th Avenue in Chelsea to longtime boyfriend and Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. [more]

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  • 222-224-w-21

    From left: Martin Nussbaum, 222-224 West 21st Street and Brock Emmetsberger

    Martin Nussbaum’s Slate Property Group picked up a pair of five-story rental properties in Chelsea for a combined $16.8 million, the developer told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • Rentals-in-demand

    The west side of Manhattan – specifically Chelsea, the West Village and the Upper West Side – was the go-to spot for prospective renters searching for a one-bedroom apartment last week, according to Zumper, an apartment listings website. Chelsea was the most in-demand Manhattan neighborhood overall, followed by the West Village, Murray Hill, Central Harlem and Greenwich Village. The West Village was No. 1 the previous week.

    Demand was evenly divided among the apartment types, ranging from studios to three-bedrooms — signifying a rare surge in interest for the latter. [more]

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  • Farley Post Office

    Farley Post Office

    Neighbors of the James A. Farley post office are furious with New York State’s primary public benefits corporation for offering up the building’s air rights.

    At a Wednesday Community Board 4 meeting, Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen residents and business owners said they planned to “write a letter of outrage” to state officials for offering up the 1.5 million square feet of development rights at 421 Eighth Avenue. [more]

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  • 333-seventh

    333 Seventh Avenue

    Fashion Institute of Technology grabbed 55,000 square feet at Samco Properties’ 333 Seventh Avenue in Chelsea, according to brokerage Cassidy Turley. [more]

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  • From left: Rendering and current site of 124 West 16th Street

    From left: Rendering and current site of 124 West 16th Street

    Neighbors of a three-story Chelsea church are balking at the luxury condo topper developers have proposed. [more]

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  • From left: exterior and interior renderings of 500 West 21st Street

    From left: exterior and interior renderings of 500 West 21st Street

    In an unusual move, development firm Sherwood Equities has built a stand-alone sales office on the block of the construction site of the firm’s West Chelsea condominium project. [more]

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  • Streets in the Meatpacking District and Chelsea neighborhood

    Streets in the Meatpacking District and Chelsea neighborhood

    Taconic Investment Partners, which started local business organizations the Meatpacking District Improvement Association and the Chelsea Improvement Company, is leading a committee to push for a combined Business Improvement District linking the two nabes. [more]

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  • 124 West 16th Street, Chelsea

    124 West 16th Street and David Howell

    A six-story luxury condominium coming to Chelsea just got a little taller.

    A church next to a development site at 124 West 16th Street owned by Einhorn Development Group sold its remaining air rights for an undisclosed amount, allowing the developer to add five floors to the original design. [more]

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  • 104-114-8th-ave

    104-111 Eighth Avenue

    More than 12 businesses along Eighth Avenue between West 14th and West 23rd streets shuttered last year and early this year as retailers struggle to pay rising rents.

    The result is many empty storefronts lining the Chelsea stretch. The bar Rawhide at 212 Eighth Avenue; clothing shop Camouflage at 139 Eighth Avenue; and Pinkberry at 170 Eighth Avenue are gone. Rawhide’s rent jumped to $27,000 per month from $15,000 per month, leading the owners in March 2013 to leave the space, which has not yet been filled. [more]

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  • Chelsea Triangle

    Chelsea Triangle

    Commercial landlords in Chelsea and the Meatpacking District may soon have to pony up cash to fund a proposed $1.6 million Business Improvement District. The BID, which would need City Council and mayoral signoff, would merge the two neighborhoods’ improvement associations and provide services such as sanitation and public safety. [more]

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  • Rentals in demand: Chelsea one-bedrooms

    January 21, 2014 04:40PM

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    Chelsea was not only the most in-demand Manhattan neighborhood last week — it also was the go-to spot for one-bedroom searches, according to Zumper, an apartment listings website.

    The rest of the top five of neighborhoods in demand were the Upper East Side, Greenwich Village, West Village and Gramercy Park. The Financial District, nowhere to be seen this time around, took the crown the week before last. [more]

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  • Sushi Seki at 1143 First Avenue

    Sushi Seki at 1143 First Avenue

    A trendy Upper East Side sushi joint is expanding to Chelsea.

    Sushi Seki, which opened at 1143 First Avenue in 2002 and has won over the likes of Daniel Boulud and Gordon Ramsay, will open at 208 West 23rd Street. [more]

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  • 560 West 24th Street

    560 West 24th Street

    WEEKENDEDITION Adam Gordon and Tavros Development’s limestone-clad, 11-story condo tower at 560 West 24th Street has officially launched sales. [more]

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  • 247-west-30th

    Steven Kassin and 247 West 30th Street

    Infinity Real Estate and Katz Properties sold a 16-story, 70,200-square-foot Chelsea office building for $31.75 million in an off-market deal, Infinity managing partner Steven Kassin told The Real Deal exclusively.

    Twenty-one office tenants occupy the prewar property at 247 West 30th Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Between 2008 and 2010, the building underwent a $5 million renovation including a new lobby, new elevators and new windows. [more]

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  • Daiuto-yelp

    405 Eighth Avenue

    WEEKENDEDITION An 11-story apartment-hotel has been proposed at 405 Eighth Avenue in Chelsea – the current site of the D’aiuto’s cheesecake shop. [more]

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  • walker-tower-unit

    212 West 18th Street, unit 11E

    The buyer of a two-bedroom condominium at Walker Tower is trying for the high-profile Chelsea building’s first resale. [more]

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  • Rentals-in-demand

    The Upper East Side tied with Chelsea for the most in-demand Manhattan neighborhood of the last week, according to Zumper, an apartment listings website. Other popular neighborhoods, in order, were Greenwich Village, the West Village, Hell’s Kitchen and Soho.

    The prior week, Greenwich Village and the West Village led the pack. Renters were most often looking for one-bedroom apartments, which represented 35 percent of total inquiries, the Zumper data show. The median rent query for one-bedrooms overall was $2,100 per month. [more]

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  • schechtman-cafeteria

    161-165 West 17th Street and David Schechtman

    A six-story Chelsea building which houses hip celebrity eatery Cafeteria is set to trade to a local multi-family investment company for $37 million, or $696 a square foot, The Real Deal has learned.

    The property, at 161-165 West 17th Street, hit the market in July and was marketed by David Schechtman of Eastern Consolidated for $45 million. Schechtman declined to comment on the deal, saying only that the building was no longer available for sale. [more]

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  • Yair Levy rumored buyer of Tin Pan Alley

    November 13, 2013 04:10PM
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    Yair Levy and 47-55 West 28th Street

    Developer Yair Levy is said to be behind the purchase of Tin Pan Alley — a series of five four-story rowhouses on West 28th Street between Broadway and Sixth Avenue in Chelsea — in order to convert them to condominiums, the blog Lost City reported, citing unnamed sources.

    The houses at 47-55 West 28th Street hit the market for a total of $44 million in 2008 on the eve of the market crash, as The Real Deal reported. A plan to replace them with a high-rise fell through. The properties came back on the market in April, with Massey Knakal Realty Services handling sales. All retail units in the buildings were offered vacant. [more]

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