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GreenOak takes $300M stake in Terminal Stores site: report

Investment firms snags 49% share of storage-to-office conversion project
June 02, 2014 05:10PM

Investment firm GreenOak Real Estate acquired a 49 percent minority stake at the 1.2 million-square-foot Terminal Stores building in Chelsea. The deal is for roughly $300 million, Crain’s reported, citing unnamed sources.

Just last week, taxi-app startup Uber signed a 10-year lease for 52,350 square feet at the building, primarily owned by Waterfront New York Realty, as previously reported. The self-storage facility, Stretching From West 27th Street to West 28th Street between 10th and 11th avenues, is currently undergoing a conversion.

GreenOak’s investment will go toward improving the building overall and aiding in the conversion of the storage component, according to Crain’s. [Crain’s]Mark Maurer

  • SONNYis back

    Good job Sonny!…nice to see you getting in the real estate bizzzness. Meatpacking is more property intensive than financial. You should make a killing with this but your lack of control may be a boo-boo. who are your partners? How about some limited change of use for extra profit like Kushner @ Puck?? Best, Your 1251 friend