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  • Tory Burch

    151 Mercer Street in Soho and Tory Burch

    Tory Burch is being sued by landlord Herbert Moskowitz, who alleges construction on the fashion designer’s four-story flagship store at 151 Mercer Street in Soho caused damage to his own property next door. [more]

  • Tory Burch to get flagship store in Soho

    October 23, 2013 09:29AM
    Tory Burch and 151 Mercer Street

    Tory Burch and 151 Mercer Street

    UPDATED, 10:49 a.m., Oct. 24: Tory Burch will be getting a spanking-new Soho flagship store. The designer inked a lease at 151 Mercer Street, and will move into a new 12,500-square-foot, five-story building at the site, subject to the building receiving the approval of the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission. [more]

  • Tory Burch and 11 West 19th Street

    Tory Burch and 11 West 19th Street

    Hip fashion designer Tory Burch has upped its commitment at Savitt Partners’ 11 West 19th Street in Chelsea, taking an additional 52,000 square feet in a sublease deal with marketing firm Epsilon Interactive.

    The asking rent on the direct lease was $58 per square foot. The five-year deal increases the designer’s presence at the building to over 130,000 square feet, after first starting off with 26,000 square feet there six years ago, according to the New York Post. [more]

  • The exterior and interior of the home and Tory and Christopher Burch

    A West Village townhouse, the owner of which appears to be linked to a company headed by J. Christopher Burch, the ex-husband of fashion designer Tory Burch, has hit the market for $19 million. The home at 340 West 12th Street is one in only a handful of townhomes accompanied by its own private carriage house, according to the listing.

    The residence came on the market today, shows. It is listed by Peter McCuen of Peter McCuen & Associates. McCuen would not comment on whether J. Christopher Burch is the seller of the property. [more]

  • From left: Tory Burch and her Southampton estate

    Since clothing designer Tory Burch sold her Meadow Lane mansion at a loss this fall, some of her Southampton neighbors have worried that the $11 million sales price would lower the value of their own nearby properties.

    An unnamed source told the New York Post that, despite the water damage Burch’s home had sustained from broken pipes, “everyone in the neighborhood is staggered that she sold it at such a low price. It has sparked a lot of worry if this will affect the market and their own homes, but also a lot of speculation as to why she sold it off so cheaply.” [more]

  • 115 West 28th Street

    Federal prosecutors filed suit last week to take control of a four-story Chelsea building, seven months after a co-owner of the property pleaded guilty to selling counterfeit Tory Burch merchandise from the location.

    The Manhattan office of the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York filed the suit September 20, seeking the forfeiture of 115 West 28th Street, a 9,884-square-foot commercial and residential building located between Sixth and Seventh avenues; there is an additional 11,376 square feet of development rights, data from shows. The block is popular with flower and plant shops, and three hotels have opened there during the past six years. A person staying in the building told The Real Deal that there were both residential and commercial tenants on the upper floors. [more]

  • From left: Tory Burch and 350 Hudson Street (credit: PropertyShark)

    Luxury fashion designer Tory Burch has inked a 10-year lease for 80,000 square feet at 350 Hudson Street in Hudson Square, reported. The space encompasses the building’s entire fifth and sixth floors. [more]

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  • Burch ex-hubby to upgrade home

    December 15, 2009 06:33PM

    The family that divorces together, upgrades together. Following in the footsteps of his ex-wife, famed clothing designer Tory Burch, with whom he separated in 2006, venture capitalist Chris Burch is looking to upgrade his Southampton digs. The details of the planned refurbishing are still sketchy, but Southampton architecture expert Sally Spanburgh has already panned the project, according to Cityfile. “The existing house is not so special and so there is an opportunity here to improve upon that, but I guess, like his ex-wife, Mr. Burch doesn’t have the greatest design sensibility when it comes to architecture,” Spanburgh said. Meanwhile, Tory Burch is looking to trade in her Southampton oceanfront contemporary home, now on the market for $17.9 million.

  • Following her October purchase of a 25-room Georgian mansion in Southampton, womenswear designer Tory Burch is looking to trade in her oceanfront contemporary home, now on the market for $17.9 million. The 6,000-square-foot home, set on 4.5 acres on Meadow Lane, also in Southampton, has six bedrooms, a pool and 200 feet of ocean frontage. Burch bought the property for $22.5 million from her ex-husband in July 2008 and has received approval from the town to tear down the home and rebuild a larger one in its place. While that plan hasn’t materialized for Burch, the property’s new owners would still be able to take advantage of the approved proposal for a new house if they choose. [WSJ]

  • Famed womenswear designer Tory Burch has reportedly purchased the Howard Grittis mansion at 500 Ox Pasture Lane in Southampton. Sources say that the mansion was originally marketed with an adjacent parcel of land, but that broker Tim Davis, a senior managing director at the Corcoran Group, split up the land for the sale. Although it’s unclear how much Burch paid for the estate, reports say that the mansion and the adjacent lot — which was purchased by a different buyer — sold for a combined $40 million.