34 Greene sells out

TRD New York /
Mar.March 02, 2012 04:30 PM

[Updated on March 5 with comment from the developer] The seven-unit Soho condominium at 34 Greene Street sold its last three units for a total of $19 million, according to a statement today from Prudential Douglas Elliman, the building’s exclusive marketing agent.

The transaction included the duplex penthouse, which was sold for $11.5 million, and two apartments on the fourth floor, which went for $7.5 million together. The penthouse unit has an outdoor terrace with kitchen and shower, and a fireplace, according to the statement.

The 27,000-square-foot building has six loft-like condos and the penthouse. Units range from 2,000 to 4,800 square feet.

A Prudential Douglas Elliman team of Melanie Lazenby, Dina Lewis and Frances Katzen represented the developer, Sorgente Group, and Bettina Schriver, also with Elliman, represented the buyer, whose identity was not disclosed.

“Restoring this beautiful, historic cast-iron property has been a passion project of mine,” said Veronica Mainetti, president of Sorgente and owner of the building. She also called the restoration project “quite frankly, an honor.”

Other sales prices at the building, which has been on the market since January of 2010, were around $4 million, according to Streeteasy.com. — Guelda Voien

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