NYC real estate in brief

TRD New York /
Jan.January 21, 2009 02:23 PM

350 West Broadway tops out
Developer Aby Rosen’s new Soho condo at
350 West Broadway, between Grand and Broome streets, recently topped
out at 10 stories tall. The building, designed by Moed de Armas &
Shannon, has 10 full-floor lofts, ranging in size from 2,875 to 3,539
square feet. Prices start at $9.575 million. Stribling Marketing
Associates is the exclusives sales and marketing agent.

Two tenants sign at 16 Court Street

SL Green just signed two
tenants at 16 Court Street, between Montague and Remsen streets. Landscape designer Michael Van Valkenburgh
Associates, who designed Brooklyn Bridge Park, signed for the entire
11th floor in the building, as reported in today’s Observer. The 15-year lease is for 12,216 square feet. The Department of Citywide
Administrative Services signed a renewal lease for 11,081 square feet,
or the entire second floor. Asking rents in the building are in the low- to mid-$30s per square foot.

West Village mixed-use building sells for $7.25 million
A two-building mixed-use property at 634 Hudson Street, between Horatio and
Jane streets, just sold for $7.25 mllion to the Westchester-based
investor 634 Street LLC. Eastern Consolidated represented the seller, a
family that has owned the property since 1955, as well as the buyer. The
9,234-square-foot property has a building with six apartments and
retail space, and a second building with 14 apartments. The retail
space is occupied by Myers of Keswick, a culinary shop that has been at
the site since 1985. TRD

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