St. Vincent’s conversion Greenwich Lane launches sales

TRD New York /
Oct.October 28, 2013 12:33 PM

The Greenwich Lane, the controversial 10-building conversion of St. Vincent’s hospital in the West Village, has officially launched sales, according to a spokesperson for the project.

The Rudin family and Global Holdings project features five condominium buildings and five single-family homes along West 11th and West 12th streets. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is handling sales, the prices of which are slated to range from $2 million to more than $20 million. Closings and occupancy are not expected until the fourth quarter of 2015.

The condo buildings – located at 140 West 12th Street, 150 West 12th Street, 160 West 12th Street, 155 West 11th Street and 145 West 11th Street – will be between nine and 17 stories tall, as The Real Deal reported. Residences range from one- to six-bedrooms. The five- to six-story townhouses will be at 133-141 West 11th Street.

The Greenwich Lane unveiled signage and launched a teaser website in June, as previously reported. — Mark Maurer

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