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  • The East Village

    The East Village

    With rents in both the East and the West Village soaring, residents are fleeing, giving those neighborhoods some of the highest vacancy rates in Manhattan, according to a report released Thursday. [more]

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  • 45 Rivington Street

    45 Rivington Street

    The nonprofit organization that runs an East Village nursing home for AIDS patients could face an uphill battle in its effort to sell its building, largely due to the terms of a deed granted two decades ago.

    Last month, VillageCare announced it would close its 206-bed facility at 45 Rivington Street between Forsyth and Eldridge streets, saying its services were no longer needed since fewer New Yorkers die from AIDS these days. However, the 1993 deed on the property requires that it be operated in perpetuity as a not-for-profit residential health care facility, the Lo-Down reported. [more]

  • From left: 179 Ludlow Street rendering, the construction site and Ariel Tirosh

    From left: 179 Ludlow Street rendering, the construction site and Ariel Tirosh

    Sales are finally set to launch soon at the long-stalled 179 Ludlow Street. [more]

  • Former P.S. 64 at

    Former P.S. 64 at 605 East 9th Street

    The city approved developer Gregg Singer’s controversial plan to convert a former Alphabet City public school into a college dormitory.

    The landmarked P.S. 64 building at 605 East 9th Street has long been a flash point between Singer and community groups, which wanted to see the building reinstated for community use. The Department of Buildings approved Singer’s plan exam for the conversion on Friday, according to property records cited in a published report. [more]

  • From left: Yona Edelkopf, 216 East 13th Street, 223 East 21st Street, 246-2 East 53rd Street and 337 East 54th Street

    From left: Yona Edelkopf, 216 East 13th Street, 223 East 21st Street, 246-2 East 53rd Street and 337 East 54th Street

    Three apartment buildings and one mixed-used building on Manhattan’s East Side have hit the market for $24 million. [more]

  • Walter De Maria, 421 East 6th Street and Peter Brant

    Walter De Maria, 421 East 6th Street and Peter Brant

    Billionaire businessman Peter M. Brant just paid $27 million for the late Walter De Maria’s East Village home and studio, according to property records filed with the city today. The four-story property, where the noted sculptor lived and worked from 1980 till his death last year, was asking $25 million. [more]

  • miron

    From left: Mario Popovici, Ricardo Harrison, 90 East 10th Street and Jeffrey Schleider

    On the heels of the exits of two executives at real estate brokerage Miron Properties, two more have left to form their own company, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • From left: Joseph Koicim, Peter Von Der Ahe and 20 Avenue A

    From left: Joseph Koicim, Peter Von Der Ahe and 20 Avenue A

    A 62-unit rent-regulated building in the East Village just traded hands for the first time in over three decades for $26.5 million, or about $627 per square foot. [more]

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  • miron

    From left: Jason Fien, Gary Posylkin, Jeffrey Schleider and 90 East 10th Street

    Jason Fien, director of leasing at Miron Properties, left earlier this month as part of a shakeup at the fast-growing East Village-based brokerage, The Real Deal has learned.  [more]

  • robyn

    Interior renderings of 316 East 3rd Street in East Village

    Developers David Amirian and Eric Brody of the Brody/Amirian Group and Joseph Klaynberg of Wonder Works Construction, in partnership with JSR Capital, plan to launch leasing next week at a new eight-story rental building known as the Robyn in the East Village, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • From left: 285 East Third Street and Steve Cannon with David Hammond-painted wall

    From left: Steve Cannon and 285 East Third Street

    The landlord of an East Village art gallery and its former owner are reportedly fighting each other for ownership of a painted wall within the structure.

    The Gathering of the Tribes gallery has occupied the three-story building at 285 East Third Street since its founder, Steve Cannon, purchased the property in 1970. [more]

  • 75-first

    Rendering of 75 First Avenue

     Union Square-based developer Orange Management unveiled renderings for an eight-story, 34,000-square-foot building in the East Village. [more]

  • 199-second

    Matthew Nesi and 199 Second Avenue

    A five-story, multifamily East Village townhouse is on the market for $7.5 million.

    Broker Matthew Charles Nesi of Stephen P. Wald Real Estate Associates has the listing, which encourages the prospective buyer to “bring your architect!” The property at 199 Second Avenue, between East 12th and East 13th streets, features a retail space currently occupied by the hair salon Tease. There are also four floor-through lofts and 13-foot ceilings. The building, owned by Albert Bodian, has not been for sale in four decades. [more]

  • The new clock atop 127 Fourth Ave.

    The new clock atop 127 Fourth Ave.

    A new vintage-looking clock has been affixed outside 127 Fourth Ave. in Union Square as part of a re-branding effort for the apartment building. [more]

  • east-village-hotel

    27 East 4th Street rendering and garage on site

    UPDATED, 2:54 p.m., April 8: The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a nine-story hotel that would rise next door to the Merchant’s House Museum at 29 East 4th Street.

    The commission said the hotel design involving glass, metal spandrels and beige brick met the requirements it had set. Preservationist groups have been concerned that the museum site would sustain damage in the wake of demolition at 31 East 4th Street. The circa-1832 building was the sixth structure that the preservation commission ever designated a landmark, shortly after the agency was founded in 1965. [more]

  • From left: The association owns both 13 and 89 East Third Street

    13 and 89 East 3rd Street

    An affordable housing management group has opened a lottery to pick new tenants for about a dozen East Village co-ops.

    The Cooper Square Mutual Housing Association is offering winners a studio or one-bedroom apartment for “a few thousand dollars.”

    In addition, the dozen whose names are chosen will have to pay a $550 monthly maintenance fee, according to the group’s director, Val Orselli. [more]

  • 97-second-ave

    97 Second Avenue and Paulius Skema

    Castellan Holdings, the Manhattan-based real estate investment firm, agreed to settle a lawsuit against its former vice president and allow the sale of an East Village walk-up building to go through, according to a statement released Sunday.

    Castellan had won a temporary restraining order in Manhattan Supreme Court in February, claiming that Paulius Skema negotiated the deal to buy the building at 97 Second Avenue through a firm that he personally controlled — even though he was an executive at Castellan at the time. [more]

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    Development site at 350 East Houston Street

    A representative of Hakimian Property has filed plans to build a mixed-use structure on the site of a Mobile gas station in the East Village, which the development firm picked up for $7 million a few years back, according to public records.

    The nine-story building will be designed by Rotwein & Blake Associated Architects, according to plans filed by Advance Realty. [more]

  • townhouse

    321 East 6th Street and photo of suspect

    A man posing as a rental agent persuaded nine women to pay him a total of more than $20,000 with fake ads on Craigslist for apartments in the East Village, according to police.

    One of the homes was a townhouse at 321 East 6th Street formerly owned by Andy Warhol. The suspect gave tours of the Warhol home as well as 434 East 9th Street. He received $2,200 cash deposits from several women who expressed interest in the rentals. The suspect called himself David Horowitz or Michael Bryant. [more]

  • Rentals-in-demand

    Dominating three-bedroom apartment searches, the East Village was the most in-demand Manhattan neighborhood for prospective renters last week, according to Zumper, an apartment listings website. The others, in order, were the Greenwich Village, Upper West Side, Upper East Side and – in the same spot as the previous week — Midtown East.

    Two-bedrooms held the majority of the market share, with nearly a third of the leads. The median rent inquiry was $3,450 per month. Studios had 29 percent of the market and $1,700 per month. [more]


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