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  • From left: 106 Spring Street, Doug Harmon and Adam Spies

    From left: 106 Spring Street in Soho, Doug Harmon and Adam Spies

    The Carlyle Group and Manhattan-based investment firm 60 Guilders are the leading bidders to snap up a retail co-op unit at the base of 106 Spring Street and the adjacent 93 Mercer Street in Soho for $140 million, The Real Deal has learned. The price comes to a hefty $15,555 per square foot.  [more]

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  • Shops in Soho

    Shops in Soho

    Soho isn’t the artsy, boutique, mom-and-pop crafts-and-design paradise it used to be.

    While the neighborhood remains a fashion industry hub, Soho’s traditional, quirky, independently-owned shops are increasingly giving way to slick branded megastores, and the creative entrepreneurs are fighting back. [more]

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  • From left: 115 Spring Street, an Adidas store and Marc Holliday

    From left: 115 Spring Street, an Adidas store and Marc Holliday (credit: Steve Friedman)

    Footwear and apparel giant Adidas has claimed another boutique space in the heart of Soho, according to landlord SL Green Realty. [more]

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  • Silverstein Wang

    From left: Jason Silverstein, 19 Howard Street, and a model wearing Taoray Wang couture (credit: Taoray Wang)

    Upscale Chinese fashion designer Wang Tao is opening her first U.S. location at 19 Howard Street in Soho, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • Joe and the Juice

    Joe and the Juice

    Danish import Joe and the Juice is bringing its bifurcated beverage concept to the United States with a shop on Soho’s Spring Street. [more]

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  • From left: Vera Wang and 158 Mercer Street

    From left: Vera Wang and 158 Mercer Street

    A marriage made in heaven it ain’t. [more]

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  • 80 Wooster

    From left: 80 Wooster Street in Soho and Christopher Fischer

    Jenel Management acquired a retail co-op at 80 Wooster Street for $25.3 million, according to property records filed with the city Thursday.

    The unit, located between Spring and Broome Streets in Soho, currently houses the clothing store Christopher Fischer. The space, sold by an affiliate of the designer, has 4,300 square feet of space on the ground floor and 2,000 square feet on the lower level and is the sole retail unit in the seven-story residential co-op building. [more]

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  • From left: Joseph Sitt, 155 Mercer Street in Soho and a Dolce & Gabbana model

    From left: Joseph Sitt, 155 Mercer Street in Soho and a Dolce & Gabbana model

    Dolce & Gabbana has bagged a third Manhattan location, at 155 Mercer Street in Soho. [more]

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  • Moschino opening first NYC store in Soho

    February 10, 2015 04:00PM
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    From left: 73 Wooster Street in Soho, Moschino in Hong Kong and a Moschino look

    After opening its first U.S. boutique last month in Los Angeles, Italian luxury fashion house Moschino is expanding its stateside operation to New York City with plans for a Soho storefront. [more]

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  • 125 Spring Street in Soho

    125 Spring Street in Soho

    It was a day of restructuring for fashion brands, with Jones New York announcing the closure of 127 outlet stores and Kate Spade deciding to shutter all 19 retail locations of its casual line Kate Spade Saturday. [more]

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  • From left: 131-137 Spring Street, Soho, and Marc Holliday

    From left: 131-137 Spring Street, Soho, and Marc Holliday

    A six-story building at 131-137 Spring Street could sell for $300 million. [more]

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  • Jeff Greene and a rendering of 62 Wooster Street

    Jeff Greene and a rendering of 62 Wooster Street

    South Florida billionaire Jeff Greene is seeking approval for a seven-unit, nearly $110 million condo conversion in Soho.

    Greene paid $26.27 million for 62 Wooster Street, also known as 476 Broome Street, in 2011. He’s now moving forward with a plan to convert the commercial building into seven high-end condos and two retail spaces, according to an offering plan filed November 2 with the Attorney General’s office. [more]

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  • The Warby Parker showroom at 1290 Lexington Avenue

    The Warby Parker showroom at 1209 Lexington Avenue

    Retailers that once solely depended on clicks to drive sales are increasingly building up bricks as a supplement to their online business. [more]

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  • Haus-Sch-61-Knak

    From left: Peter Hauspurg, David Schechtman, 61-63 Crosby and Robert Knakal

    The owners of a 19th-century, four-story cooperative residential and retail building in Soho have banded together to offer their property for sale. Brokers familiar with the property estimated it could sell for $50 million. [more]

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  • From left: 307 West Broadway and Lisa Rosenthal

    From left: 307 West Broadway and Lisa Rosenthal

    A West Broadway co-op off Canal Street is looking to attract a high-end retailer to its 3,300-square-foot ground-floor retail space — and the board is apparently willing to offer a rock bottom rent to get what it wants.

    The Jacob Cram Cooperative, located at 307 West Broadway, is asking about $97 per square foot in a bid to attract a tenant more in keeping with luxury stores nearby, which include Bloomingdale’s, Prada and Louis Vuitton. The Soho Garden deli currently occupies the space. [more]

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  • From left: Sam Schneider and Dan Glaser and 123 Prince Street

    From left: Sam Schneider and Dan Glaser and 123 Prince Street

    Imperium Capital bet big on a small chunk of Manhattan real estate earlier this year, and the duo behind the firm has no regrets. [more]

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  • From left: 142 Mercer Street and the interior of an & Other Stories shop

    From left: 142 Mercer Street and the interior of an & Other Stories shop

    H&M’s sister label & Other Stories has chosen 575 Broadway in Soho’s Cast Iron District for the location of its flagship store. The planned opening later this year will mark the brand’s first footprint in the U.S. market. [more]

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  • From left: 112, 131 and 133 Greene Street

    From left: 112, 131 and 133 Greene Street

    Once considered a relatively affordable alternative to main Soho retail drags like West Broadway, Spring and Prince streets, nearby Greene Street is now becoming a high-end destination in its own right. [more]

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