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  • David Von Spreckelsen and the King Street site

    David Von Spreckelsen and the King Street site

    Many New Yorkers are familiar with that unique form of anticipation that comes from waiting for Verizon to appear at one’s apartment door. But national development firms are not usually beholden to the schedule of the telecommunications giant.

    Not so for Toll Brothers, which has a major hurdle to clear before proceeding with its planned condominium tower at 78-86 King Street in Hudson Square: The developer must find an alternative location for Verizon, the tenant currently in place at the low-rise property. [more]

  • Marina Abramović and 54 King Street
    (Building photo via StreetEasy)

    Serbian performance artist Marina Abramović sold her 4,600-square-foot townhouse at 54 King Street in Soho for more than $3 million, according to city records seen by the New York Observer.

    Last month, she landed a $2.65 million two-bedroom spread at 330 Spring Street, dubbed the Urban Glass House. Her current digs were sold to Italian fashion designer and Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci at $666 per square foot, the Observer said. [more]

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  • From left: David Von Spreckelsen, Kevin Esh, Ivan Hakimian and the King Street site

    Toll Brothers has picked up a two-story West Soho parking garage, primed for redevelopment as a residential building, for $56.5 million, marking the second of two prospective condominium sites the national homebuilder picked up at the end of the year, sources told The Real Deal. [more]