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  • Galleries on West 24th Street in Chelsea and Michael Gillespie and Andrew Edlin (inset)

    Galleries on West 24th Street in Chelsea and Michael Gillespie and Andrew Edlin (inset)

    Gallery owners in Chelsea are feeling the pinch of higher rents caused by flowering development around the High Line. Many have left, headed for fresher, cheaper digs in places like the Lower East Side, and the rest are looking at the door. [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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  • Rendering of 38-04 11th Street (credit: Gradient Architecture Studio)

    Rendering of 38-04 11th Street (credit: Gradient Architecture Studio)

    Plans filed for hotel in Long Island City manufacturing zone. WTC base jumpers dodge jail time. Soho too pricey for popular yoga studio. Read these stories and more after the jump.

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    Rendering of 146-150 Wooster Street in Soho (credit: HTO Architect)

    The apartments at KUB Capital’s eight-story building at 146-150 Wooster Street in Soho certainly won’t lack for living space. The average apartment in the proposed six-unit development checks in at 4,895 square feet, according to recent filings.

    The residential space will be divided into duplexes on the lower two floors, three whole-floor units in the middle and, at the pinnacle, a duplex penthouse with a roof deck. [more]

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  • From left: 113 Spring Street, Ralph Tawil, Doug Harmon and Adam Spies

    From left: 113 Spring Street, Ralph Tawil, Doug Harmon and Adam Spies

    Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing bought the retail and office building 113 Spring Street in Soho for $70 million, sources told The Real Deal, paying more than double what the sellers laid out when they acquired it in 2012. [more]

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  • From left: 110 Greene Street, 187 Broadway and Marc Holliday

    From left: 110 Greene Street, 187 Broadway and Marc Holliday

    Despite being downgraded by Goldman Sachs last week and news it would sell off $1.1 billion to cover the cost of 11 Madison, SL Green Realty is still hungry for more buys. [more]

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  • Jacquelyn Jablonski and 242 Lafayette Street

    Jacquelyn Jablonski and 242 Lafayette Street

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Residents in 242 Lafayette Street just got a welcome new neighbor:  Jacquelyn Jablonski, the high-fashion model, has purchased a two-bedroom apartment in the building for just under $1.9 million, according to public records first spotted by LLNYC. [more]

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  • 72 Mercer Street in Soho and Mike Myers as Austin Powers

    72 Mercer Street in Soho (inset: Mike Myers as Austin Powers)

    Actor Mike Myers, best known for “Austin Powers,” “Wayne’s World” and “Shrek,” is sweetening the deal for the potential new buyer of his duplex Soho condo, according to Curbed. Myers chopped the price of his unit by $1 million, but is also offering an additional penthouse unit at 72 Mercer Street. [more]

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  • From left: Karim Rashid, a rendering of 30 Thompson Street in Soho (credit: Karim Rashid) and Adam Weis

    From left: Karim Rashid, a rendering of 30 Thompson Street in Soho (credit: Karim Rashid) and Adam Weis

    UPDATED, June 10, 3:51 p.m.: A new boutique condo project from the polarizing designer Karim Rashid is set to rise at 30 Thompson Street in Soho. But though the building will be relatively small, with 10 or fewer units, its flamboyant facade is engineered for impact. [more]

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  • Room-Board-Wooster-Street

    From left: A Room & Board store and 105 Wooster Street in Soho

    A 40,000-square-foot retail site in Soho is hitting the market. [more]

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  • The retail gold rush

    May 31, 2015 02:36PM

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    From Luxury Listings NYC: A wave of Californication is washing over Soho. A spate of Los Angeles-based brands have recently opened among the cobblestoned streets south of Houston, bringing with them a laid-back outdoorsy vibe — offering playful contrasts with this most urban of NYC neighborhoods. [more]

     

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  • From left: Ryan Serhant and 514 Broome Street

    From left: Ryan Serhant and 514 Broome Street in Soho

    Soho’s only freestanding home has traded hands for $6.9 million. [more]

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  • Versace Soho

    From left: 75 Greene Street in Soho, Catherine O’Toole and a 1990s Versace ad

    Versace is taking the retail space at the base of designer Alberto Makali’s 75 Greene Street in Soho, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • Zar Rendering

    Rendering of penthouse at 38 Greene Street in Soho (credit: Workshop/APD)

    Zar Property NY is moving ahead with plans to construct a two-story glass duplex penthouse on top of a five-story commercial condominium building in Soho, according to filings with the city’s Department of Buildings Monday. [more]

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  • MoMA store in Soho mulls move

    April 24, 2015 02:42PM
    From left: 81 Spring Street and the MoMa store

    From left: 81 Spring Street in Soho and the MoMA store

    The Museum of Modern Art Design Store could be moving to another location, due to rising rents. [more]

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  • From left: 40 Wooster Street in Soho and plans for restoration (credit: Easton Architects)

    From left: 40 Wooster Street in Soho and plans for restoration (credit: Melamed Architect) (inset: Ran Eliasaf)

    UPDATED, April 22, 4:50 p.m.: A six-story office building at 40 Wooster Street in Soho is set for a residential conversion, after the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved plans for a restoration and rooftop addition. [more]

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  • Pearl-River-Mart

    Pearl River Mart at 477 Broadway (credit: Pearl River Mart)

    Popular Soho retailer Pearl River Mart will close by the end of the year, the department store announced.  [more]

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  • Renderings of 10 Sullivan Street and the penthouse

    Renderings of 10 Sullivan Street and the penthouse

    The much-buzzed-about “highest residence in all of Soho,” also known as the penthouse of 10 Sullivan Street, has hit the market asking $45 million. [more]

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  • Rebecca Minkoff’s new flagship in Soho

    Rebecca Minkoff’s new flagship in Soho

    From Luxury Listings NYC: In November, American fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff opened her flagship store at 96 Greene Street. As expected, the boutique was filled with contemporary, flirty dresses and colorful leather bags. But, notably, the store also offers a unique shopping experience that’s enriched by a futuristic twist. [more]

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  • Lofts: The raw and the cooked

    January 18, 2015 01:00PM
    481 Greenwich Street

    481 Greenwich Street

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Gone are the days when a limestone mansion on the Upper East Side was the ultimate New York City status symbol. Today, it’s an expansive downtown loft that has become the quintessential Manhattan home. Romanticized by Hollywood and television producers (think late-1980s/early-1990s blockbusters like “Big,” “Ghost” and “Three Men and a Baby”), the ad-hoc live-work spaces of Soho, Tribeca and beyond are now the fixation of wealthy homebuyers the world over. Yet today, just over 40 years since they were legalized for residential occupancy, only a handful of truly raw lofts exist in all of Manhattan, industry insiders told Luxury Listings. [more]

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