UrbanSpace prez picks up $5.5M Noho pad

4-bedroom co-op at 684 Broadway features wood-burning fireplace

Jul.July 03, 2017 10:50 AM

684 Broadway and Eldon Scott

Eldon Scott, the man behind UrbanSpace Vanderbilt and the Union Square holiday market, picked up a four-bedroom Noho co-op for $5.495 million, according to property records.

The pad at 684 Broadway features hardwood floors and a wood-burning fireplace, according to the listing on the Corcoran Group’s website. Corcoran’s Bernice Leventhal, Sarah Thompson and Jake Kringdon marketed the property.

Scott launched the Union Square holiday market in 1993 after moving to the Big Apple from the U.K. to run UrbanSpace’s U.S. operations. The London-based company’s later New York ventures include Madison Square Eats, UrbanSpace Vanderbilt and the Holiday Shops at Bryant Park.

UrbanSpace recently signed an 11,400-square-foot lease at the Feil Organization’s 570 Lexington Avenue.

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