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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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  • roger-silverstein

    Roger Silverstein and 18 Ninth Avenue

    Roger Silverstein, executive vice president of leasing at Silverstein Properties and heir apparent to developer Larry Silverstein, is breaking into the electronic dance scene.

    He has adopted the DJ pseudonym “Roger Silver” and is seeking collaborators as he produces music and looks to launch his own record label. He can be seen spinning at Provocateur nightclub at 18 Ninth Avenue in the Meatpacking District. [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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  • From left: corner of Ninth and 14th streets in the Meatpacking District and broker Eric Anton

    From left: 14th Street and Ninth Avenue in the Meatpacking District, and broker Eric Anton

    A landmarked three-building parcel on a trendy corner of the Meatpacking District could go for more than $100 million when it hits the market, according to the broker handling sales.  [more]

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  • Standard Hotel could go for $1.2M per room

    February 12, 2014 12:53PM
    From left: Steve Kantor and the Standard Hotel

    From left: Steve Kantor and the Standard Hotel

    The Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking district could sell for more than $400 million, or around $1.2 million per room — the highest price for a hotel since the financial crisis struck in 2008.

    A group led by Steve Kantor is in talks, along with other bidders, to buy the 18-story hotel. [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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  • From left: Joseph Sitt, 58 Ninth Avenue and Michael Shah

    From left: Joseph Sitt, 58 Ninth Avenue and Michael Shah

    Thor Retail Advisors will be heading up leasing at DelShah Capital’s 58 Ninth Avenue in Manhattan’s meatpacking district. [more]

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  • Pastis in the Meatpacking District (Credit: Guest of a Guest)

    Pastis at 9 Ninth Avenue in the Meatpacking District (Credit: Guest of a Guest)

    Pastis, a Meatpacking District French restaurant favored by the jet set, has received an eleventh-hour reprieve. Though it was originally slated to close at the end of this month, the bistro will now remain open until the end of March. [more]

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  • Meatpacking sees renewed BID push

    December 28, 2013 10:00AM
    Meatpacking District

    Meatpacking District

    WEEKENDEDITION The Meatpacking District is seeing a renewed effort to form a business improvement district in the neighborhood, following a failed attempt several years ago. [more]

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  • From left: CBRE's Stuart Siegel, 22 Little West 12th Street and CBRE's Matthew Bergey

    From left: CBRE’s Stuart Siegel, 22 Little West 12th Street and CBRE’s Matthew Bergey

    The Infinity Group’s 22 Little West 12th Street, already home to designers Alexander McQueen and Robert Rodriguez, just got more beautiful. [more]

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  • milk

    450 West 15th Street and Kyle Ciminelli

    Jamestown Properties has signed up biopharmaceutical firm Intercept as a new tenant at the Milk Studios building, a 281,000-square-foot, eight-story office property bordering the High Line in the Meatpacking District.

    Intercept, which develops medicine to treat chronic liver disease, agreed to a 10-year, 11,124-square-foot lease for part of the fifth floor at 450 West 15th Street between Ninth and 10th avenues. The deal includes a commitment to expand by 9,500 square feet next year. Rent starts in the low-$70s per square foot in the second year, after one year of free rent. [more]

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  • From left: 1131 Third Avenue, 410 West 14th Street and 555 Madison Avenue

    From left: 1131 Third Avenue, 410 West 14th Street and 555 Madison Avenue

    European shoe and accessories retailer Carlo Pazolini is set to grow from a single Soho location to four outposts across Manhattan, thanks to three new leases arranged by RKF, the commercial brokerage said in a release. [more]

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  • 9 Ninth Avenue

    9 Ninth Avenue

    Famed eatery and Meatpacking linchpin Pastis may be closing its doors in January. The French bistro at 9 Ninth Avenue, owned by Keith McNally of Balthazar and Schiller’s Liquor Bar, filed a Department of Labor notice Tuesday warning of the layoff of 200 employees — the restaurant’s entire staff — on January 1, 2014. [more]

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  • From left: Julie Ordon and 500 Greenwich Street

    From left: Julie Ordon and 500 Greenwich Street

    Victoria’s Secret model Julie Ordon, in a decidedly non-angelic bout of behavior, allegedly skipped out on $32,000 in monthly rent after trashing her luxury Soho rental. [more]

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  • From left: Town's Andrew Heiberger and 446 West 14th Street

    From left: Town’s Andrew Heiberger and 446 West 14th Street

    Three-year-old Town Residential is opening its tenth office in the Meatpacking District. The new digs at 446 West 14th Street, for which Town has signed a 15-year deal, span the entire 7,100-square-foot second floor of the three-story building. [more]

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  • A view of the Meatpacking District

    A view of the Meatpacking District

    A 12-story glass office building is slated to rise in the Meatpacking District, the New York Post reported.

    The 172,000-square-foot tower will be built at 61 Ninth Avenue, on the southwest corner of West 15th Street. The space is currently occupied by Prince Lumber Co., which will relocate its business to West 47th Street and develop the new tower themselves. [more]

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