Another new condo for North Moore Street?

TRD New York /
Sep.September 28, 2012 04:00 PM

There could be a new condominium coming to Tribeca. Citing an article in the Tribeca Citizen and Department of Buildings permits, Curbed reported that plans were filed mid-summer for a residential conversion at 28 North Moore Street, but got disapproved.

A call to the owner of the project, listed as George Moscahlades of Imian Partners, brought a person on the line “who sounded like he didn’t want to talk [but] confirmed it would be residential,” the Tribeca Citizen wrote. The DOB filing — the one that got disapproved — shows the building would rise seven stories and would be mixed-use. The ground floor would have neighboring residential and retail space and the remaining floors would have one unit apiece. There would also be a recreation room in the building’s basement.

As previously reported, recent residential openings in Tribeca have seen strong sales, including 46 Lisplenard, which sold 80 percent of its units in five days.

PropertyShark shows that the building measures 21,400 square feet. The building was previously used for manufacturing, Curbed said. [Tribeca Citizen via Curbed]


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