HUBBNYC buys UWS retail condo for $39M

Investor continues to pick up retail properties

TRD New York /
Feb.February 22, 2018 10:30 AM

2021 Broadway and HUBB’s Johnny McCarthy (Credit: LinkedIn)

HUBBNYC picked up a retail condo north of Lincoln Center for $39 million.

The investor bought the property with an address of 2021 Broadway at the base of the Nevada Towers co-op building, property records filed with the city Wednesday show.

Representatives for the sellers and HUBB NYC couldn’t be immediately reached for comment.

HUBB has been one of the most active buyers of Manhattan retail condos in recent months.

In January, the company paid $25 million to buy a retail condo and parking garage at 350 West 42nd Street from New York REIT. And late last year, the investor paid $24 million to buy a handful of retail condominiums at 60 Guilders and the Carlyle Group’s Midtown South commercial condo conversion at 18 and 20-28 West 33rd Street.


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