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  • 437-439 West 16th Street

    437-439 West 16th Street (inset: Elie Dayan and David Schechtman)

    A five-story Meatpacking District commercial building largely triple-net-leased to Restoration Hardware traded hands between two Manhattan families for $44.4 million, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • Old images of the Meatpacking District

    Old images of the Meatpacking District

    It’s almost hard to conceive how much New York City has changed over the past 25 years. Derelict industrial zones and abandoned buildings have been transformed into a hub of industry; what was once a wasteland now is a clean, safe, and very expensive city. Photographer Grégoire Alessandrini remembers the old days, though, before all that gentrification. He recently began posting images he shot of Manhattan during the early and mid-nineties on his blog, and they create a fantastic window into another time. [more]

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  • From left: Steve Roth, the Prince Lumber site at 61 Ninth Avenue and Rafael Vinoly

    From left: Steve Roth, the Prince Lumber site at 61 Ninth Avenue and Rafael Vinoly

    Vornado Realty Trust and Aurora Capital Associates tapped Rafael Vinoly, the architect behind Midtown’s 432 Park Avenue residential tower, to design a 10-story office-and-retail building on the former Prince Lumber site in the Meatpacking District, according to a permit application filed with the city’s Department of Buildings Tuesday. [more]

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  • Pack it up, pack it in

    May 24, 2015 02:00PM

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    From Luxury Listings NYC: Like a club kid who has partied all night, the Meatpacking District is emerging into the sunlight. It’s part of a transformation of the area into a place to work and soak up culture during daylight hours. [more]

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  • Sunday funday? The brunch scene in NYC

    January 25, 2015 09:30AM
    Diners and revelers at Bagatelle

    Diners and revelers at Bagatelle

    From Luxury Listings NYC: With headphones pressed to a single ear, the DJ at Bagatelle, a “French bistro” on West 13th Street in the Meatpacking District, spins a conversation-drowning house mix. It’s 2 p.m., and one of Manhattan’s most ostentatious brunch scenes is in full swing.[more]

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  • S100_CornerView_2013-04-09

    Rendering of 461 West 14th Street (Inset: Christopher Schlank)

    Real estate private equity and asset management firm Savanna bought a newly-built property in the Meatpacking District for an undisclosed amount. [more]

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  • From left: Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis and 66 Ninth Avenue

    From left: Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis and 66 Ninth Avenue

    Actor couple Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis have decided to sell their Meatpacking District residence and are asking nearly $4 million for the unit. [more]

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  • restoration

    From left: 437-439 West 16th Street and David Schechtman

    The Kleinberg family, a private New York-based investor, is asking $52 million for a five-story Meatpacking District commercial building near the High Line, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • An illustration of the relaunched market

    An illustration of the relaunched market

    From Luxury Listings NYC: After half a century, the Gansevoort Market — the first and, at one time, the largest open-air food trading post in New York — reopened in a new form last month. Here’s a look at the tenants and the history of the  marketplace. [more]

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  • 837

    837 Washington Street in the Meatpacking District and Taconic’s Paul Pariser

    Thor Equities and Taconic Investment Partners are putting a six-story Meatpacking District office property that is entirely leased to Samsung Electronics North America on the market. [more]

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  • A rendering of 9-19 Ninth Avenue (Credit: Moso Studio)

    A rendering of 9-19 Ninth Avenue (Credit: Moso Studio)

    High-end retailer Restoration Hardware is coming to the Meatpacking District. The home-furnishings store signed a 15-year lease for roughly $250 million at Aurora Capital Associates and William Gottlieb Real Estate’s 9-19 Ninth Avenue. [more]

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  • West 14th Street in 1985 and 2013, courtesy of Brian Rose, from Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013

    West 14th Street in 1985 and 2013, courtesy of Brian Rose, from Metamorphosis: Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013

    Photographer Brian Rose captures the transformation of the Meatpacking District by recapturing scenes he snapped nearly 30 years ago. click here for a look at the images.

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  • Morgans Jason Taubman Kalisman

    Morgans’ Jason Taubman Kalisman

    Boutique lodging company Morgans Hotel Group filed a breach of contract suit for up to $210 million alleging it lost a deal to manage a long stalled luxury hotel project in the Meatpacking District after the owner terminated the agreement and went with a new group of partners.

    The Manhattan-based hotel company filed suit in Manhattan Supreme Court against LM Legacy Group, an affiliate of the Meilman family. Morgan claimed the owners failed to complete construction of the property in a timely manner and wrongfully terminated a 15-year management deal, among other things. [more]

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  • 2 Gansevoort

    2 Gansevoort

    Fashion brand Theory signed a 16-year lease for 79,000 square feet at the William Kaufman Organization’s 2 Gansevoort Street. The company will occupy part of the ground floor and the second through fourth floors at the landmarked Meatpacking District building.

    Asking rents at the building, which was previously known as 320 West 13th Street, range from $90 to $115 per square foot. The building is currently 100 percent leased and Theory is expected to begin its tenancy in the first quarter of 2015. [more]

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  • From left: the Porsche 911 coupe and 446 West 14th Street

    From left: the Porsche 911 coupe and 446 West 14th Street

    Among the Christian Louboutin shoes and the Tory Burch bags, shoppers in the Meatpacking District will temporarily be able to buy something  altogether different in a new 4,400-square-foot pop-up store: a special edition Porsche 911 coupe. [more]

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  • From left: 837 Washington Street and 809

    From left: 837 Washington Street and 809 West 14th Street

    The city should elevate West 14th Street to the status of other major Manhattan thoroughfares by upzoning the western portion of the road and revamping the Meatpacking District, writes New York YIMBY in an editorial. [more]

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  • 13th Avenue in Manhattan

    13th Avenue in Manhattan

    WEEKENDEDITION Despite holding some prime Meatpacking District real estate, not to mention Hudson River views, few have ever visited Manhattan’s 13th Avenue.  [more]

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  • samsung

    837 Washington Street and a Samsung store in London

    Electronics giant Samsung has signed for all 55,000 square feet of a six-story Meatpacking District building developed by Thor Equities and Taconic Investment Partners. [more]

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  • 450-Ashner

    450 West 14th Street (Photo credit: View The Space) and Michael Ashner

    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]

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  • From left: Renderings of 860 and 837 Washington Street and a Warby Parker store

    From left: Renderings of 860 and 837 Washington Street and a Warby Parker store

    Once home to hundreds of slaughterhouses and packaging plants, the Meatpacking District is undergoing a dramatic makeover, one that involves the construction of a number of sleek office towers. In turn, those new structures are attracting a whole new breed of upscale retail tenants into the area. [more]

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