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  • Joseph Moinian and 102 John Street in the Financial District

    Joseph Moinian and 102 John Street in the Financial District

    Joseph Moinian’s the Moinian Group is planning to erect a 28-story mixed-use residential building at 102 John Street in the Financial District, according to permits filed Tuesday with the city’s Department of Buildings.

    An existing five-story building on the site, located between Gold and Pearl streets, will get a vertical enlargement, according to the filing. The proposed 336-foot-tall development will house 92 residential units across more than 140,000 square feet of space, as well as nearly 59,000 square feet of commercial space. [more]

  • Morris Moinian hotel

    Morris Moinian and renderings of 25-27 West 38th Street

    Morris Moinian’s Fortuna Realty Group has partnered with Starwood Hotels & Resorts to develop its latest hotel project in the Garment District. [more]

  • From left: David Levinson, 195 Broadway and Nobu in Tribeca

    From left: David Levinson, 195 Broadway and Nobu in Tribeca

    Nobu, one of the city’s most iconic restaurants, will move out of its longtime Tribeca home by early 2017. [more]

  • hyatt-house-nyc

    From left: Rendering for 101 West 28th Street, Metin Negrin and Hyatt House in White Plains

    Upper East Side-based developer Lexin Capital plans to build a 30-story Hyatt House, the extended-stay spinoff of the hotel brand and the first of its kind in the city, president Metin Negrin told The Real Deal. [more]

  • From left: The lot at 101 West 28th Street and Nobutaka Ashihara

    The site of a stalled construction project at 101 West 28th Street could get new life, the blog New York YIMBY reported. New building permits have been filed to develop a 28-story hotel and residential property, which will have 152 units and stand 296 feet high. New York-based Nobutaka Ashihara is the architect on record. There are no project renderings available at this time. [more]


  • From left: Morris Moinian of Fortuna Realty Group and a rendering of the Soho hotel at 525 Greenwich Street

    Developer Morris Moinian of Fortuna Realty Group is partnering with his 28-year-old nephew and son of developer Joseph Moinain, Matthew Moinian, to transform a vacant lot at 525 Greenwich Street in Soho into a $60 million hotel, he told The Real Deal today. Construction will begin on the project before the end of the year, he said.

    Matthew, who recently graduated from law school, has not joined the family business but is rather investing in the project as an individual.

    Fortuna, which bought the former parking garage site for $12.75 million at auction earlier this year, is in negotiations with various management systems to operate the hotel, Morris said, including the InterContinental brand, which operates Fortuna’s Hotel Indigo in Chelsea.  … [more]