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Sales launched at landmarked Fairchild

November 21, 2008 01:46PM

Sales have begun at developer Atlantic Walk Vestry’s Fairchild, a 21-unit project
at 55 Vestry Street, between Washington and Greenwich streets. Prices
for the two- to four-bedroom Tribeca lofts range from $2 million to $9
million, and range in size from 1,350 square feet to 2,835 square feet.
Three of the homes have private street-level entrances. The nine-story
condominium is on a landmarked site that was once home to Fairchild
Brothers & Foster, a pharmaceutical company. The Landmarks
Preservation Commission is supervising construction to make sure
historic aspects of the space are preserved. The building, being sold
and marketed exclusively by the Marketing Directors, offers personal
storage space and a refrigerated storage area. TRD

One Response to “Sales launched at landmarked Fairchild”

  1. July 25, 2012 at 10:35 am, Developers plan townhouse row in Cobble Hill | Trans Corporation said:

    […] in the late 1970s, said Madison Estates’ president and owner, Gerard Longo, who also developed the Fairchild, at 55 Vestry Street, the Pearline at 414 Washington Street at Laight Street and, with Adjmi, 408 […]