A penthouse at 250 Bowery, the 24-unit condominium project developed by VE Equities and designed by Morris Adjmi, is in contract for $2,500 per square foot, The Real Deal has learned. Douglas Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund, who is handling sales at the building with his colleague John Gomes, uploaded an Instagram photo of the apartment yesterday, noting that the contract price is a price-per-square-foot record “for the area,” meaning the Bowery. [more]
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For New York’s savviest residential brokers, wining and dining with clients is not just an enviable perk of the job—but an essential part of expanding one’s business, increasing the likelihood of referrals and repeat business.
But identifying the right place to take a client to lunch or dinner – and which are conducive to deal-making conversations — can be difficult, considering the sheer number of New York City restaurants out there, and the ever-evolving tastes of moneyed New Yorkers. [more]
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]
Fredrik Eklund, managing director at Prudential Douglas Elliman and newly anointed star of Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York” has been getting 2,000 hits a day on his Elliman agent’s page since the show hit the airwaves last month, up from 100 views a day prior to the show, he told The Real Deal today. Traffic on each of his listings, open house foot traffic and telephone call volume is also up substantially, he said, thanks to the publicity the show has garnered for Eklund and John Gomes’ team, founded in 2010. (While Gomes was on “Selling New York” with Eklund, he bowed out of participating in the Bravo show.) [more]
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]
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]
While the folks behind Streeteasy.com may be most closely associated with real estate listings and data points, they shrugged off the computer geek image last night for a holiday party at the Mondrian Soho hotel’s Mister H bar.
Sofia Song, vice president at Streeteasy, said more than 200 of the invited brokers, advertisers, clients and media guests planned to attend the event, at 9 Crosby Street between Howard and Grand streets, and the press of bodies last night seemed to bear out her tally.
Between the ruby-colored wingbacks, gilt-framed mirrors, Persian rugs and bird cages strung from the ceiling, the space evoked a cross between a boudoir and a colonial drawing room. Or, as Iman Bacodari, vice president and associate broker for the Jacky Teplitzky team at Prudential Douglas Elliman, put it, “Chinatown dumpling shop meets Spanish brothel … with a little English manor sprinkled in.” … [more]
From left: John Gomes, executive vice president of Prudential Douglas Elliman, Ross Morgan of Little Red House and Fredrik Eklund, managing director of Prudential Douglas Elliman; Fredrik Eklund, Ryan Serhant, senior vice president and managing director of Nest Seekers International, and Michael Lorber of Prudential Douglas Elliman
While a new condominium launch usually generates talk about the future of the development and the surrounding neighborhood, Brewster Carriage House developer Ross Morgan was stuck on the building’s ancient past, at a broker party Tuesday for the launch of sales at 374 Broome Street.
Morgan, head of development firm Little Red House and a child of one of Britain’s biggest construction magnates, hadn’t the slightest clue that the building he bought in late 2005 for his first New York City development was so rich in history until halfway through the gut renovation process.
That’s when said he came across an item on page three of a Google search that linked the building with the Brewster Carriage company. … [more]
Clockwise from top left: John Gomes, executive vice president of Prudential Douglas Elliman, 111 Mercer Street and Fredrik Eklund, managing director of Prudential Douglas EllimanAs construction nears completion at the condominium conversion at 111 Mercer Street, developer Veracity Developments said it is preparing to launch sales in the five-story, four-unit Soho building early next year. Veracity has tapped the Prudential Douglas Elliman team of managing director Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes, executive vice president, to market the building.
Veracity purchased the 11,365-square-foot property, first built in 1900 in what is now the Soho Cast Iron Historic District, for $12.35 million in 2008 and added a penthouse with the blessing of the Landmarks Preservation Commission. The renovated building has ground-floor retail underneath four residential units, three two-bedroom plus office lofts and a three-bedroom penthouse triplex, which will start at about $4.25 million and range up to $10 million. – Adam Fusfeld… [more]
The first phase of sales in the Brewster Carriage House, a six-story 19th century building in Nolita, began Wednesday night.
Five of the nine units in the building, at the corner of Broome and Mott streets, have hit the market. The available condominiums range from a 1,969-square-foot, one-bedroom, two and a half-bathroom second floor unit that is asking $2.85 million, to a 3,553-square-foot, two-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse that is listed for $8 million, according to the website of exclusive marketers Prudential Douglas Elliman. Four more units, including a duplex with a private roof space, are being held back, the condo’s website shows. … [more]