The 1.1 million sf Time Warner Center sold for $1.3 billion. The new owners of the building will lease the space back to Time Warner for approximately five years, at which point the media giant will move to an 80-story skyscraper planned for Related Companies' Hudson Yards, according to a report from Bloomberg News.
The property sold for $96.44 million. The deal represents a $30 million mark-up over what California-based tycoon Ron Burkle, who has an ownership interest in Scoop NYC, paid for the five-story, 61,000-square-foot building at 428 West 14th Street one year previously. The deal was first reported by the New York Post.
The property sold for $295 million. The deal involved a piece of seller financing, with Stellar providing a $150 million short-term loan to Jamestown, which appears in public records. The move was intended to help the deal close quickly, while giving Jamestown more time to iron out long-term financing, The Real Deal has learned.