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  • Jack Braha and 3 West 16th Street

    Jack Braha and 3 West 16th Street

    The 15,368-square-foot building at 3 West 16th Street — a renovated and unoccupied six-story property that boasts four luxury residential units and one commercial unit, which was formerly home to the Sixteenth Street Synagogue — is hitting the market for $30 million.

    “I’m giving an investor an opportunity,” said developer and building owner Jack Braha, who’s handling the marketing himself. “Since the market is still hot, it doesn’t hurt to put it out there.” [more]

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  • From left: Jack Braha, the Sixteenth Street Synagogue and Richard McBee

    The locks were changed and a legal possession notice was posted today at 3 West 16th Street — marking the long-fought eviction of the Sixteenth Street Synagogue from its home of 67 years, The Real Deal has learned. The eviction paves the way for the building’s owner, Jack Braha, to transform the six-story, 15,368-square-foot property into luxury rentals. [more]

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  • From left: Jack Braha, the Sixteenth Street Synagogue and Richard McBee

    The Sixteenth Street Synagogue congregation, which for 67 years has worshipped at 3 West 16th Street, today was denied the interim stay of eviction that it had been seeking. In addition to that New York State appellate court ruling, the synagogue’s president, Richard McBee, this morning received an eviction notice stating that the Ashkenazic congregation would have to vacate its space by January 16. [more]

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  • From left: Jack Braha and the Sixteenth Street Synagogue

    UPDATED, 10:30 a.m., Jan. 11: A New York State judge today denied the Sixteenth Street Synagogue’s efforts to extend a temporary reprieve from eviction proceedings at its Flatiron home. The Ashkenazic Orthodox congregation had received a temporary stay of eviction from the court on Dec. 24, pending the resolution of its claim that it owns a third of 3 West 16th Street, the building it has called home for nearly seven decades. [more]

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  • From left: Steven Ancona, the Sixteenth Street Synagogue and Jack Braha

    UPDATED: 7:11 p.m., Dec. 31: A Flatiron District synagogue that was originally slated for eviction on Jan. 7, then last week granted a temporary emergency stay of eviction, may have found its saving grace. But there’s a hitch: the property’s owner says $7.5 million in back rent, taxes and other costs dating back five years is due, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • From left: Jack Braha, the Sixteenth Street Synagogue and Richard McBee

    UPDATED: 6:15 p.m., Dec. 24: An Orthodox synagogue that was slated to be evicted Jan. 7 from its West 16th Street space today was granted a temporary emergency stay of eviction, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • From left: Jack Braha, the Sixteenth Street Synagogue and Steven Ancona

    An Orthodox synagogue that found itself caught between two feuding developers is getting evicted from the Flatiron building it has called home for decades, paving the way for the owner to convert the property to luxury rental apartments. [more]

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