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Karen Wiedenmann

Real Estate Salesperson
Meridian Capital Group 
1 Battery Park Plaza, 26th Floor
New York, NY 10004
(212) 468-5931
Website

02/22/18
The president of the city’s powerful carpenters union has resigned suddenly amid unspecified allegations of misconduct. Steve McInnis, president of the New York City District...

02/22/18
Jody Kriss agreed to settle his racketeering lawsuit against Trump Soho developer Bayrock Group, ending a nasty legal battle that stretched nearly a decade. Kriss...

02/22/18
Updated: Feb. 22, @ 6:44 p.m.: Special counsel Robert Mueller filed a superseding indictment of Paul Manafort on Thursday, including new charges that Manafort and business...

02/22/18
Frank Gehry, the architect best known for his undulating designs and well, his frankness, opened up about past projects, bossy clients, the state of development...

02/22/18
Joe Sitt’s Thor Equities lost most of its interest in three Manhattan retail-and-office properties over unpaid debt to its joint-venture partner, General Growth Properties. Thor’s...

02/22/18
Michael Stern’s JDS Development and its partner Largo Investments landed a $91 million loan from Madison Realty Capital to fund the final stage of construction...

02/22/18
The Archdiocese of New York is moving forward with plans to sell a trove of air rights from St. Patrick’s Cathedral following last year’s rezoning...

02/22/18
Every time a tenant enters or exits a Rudin Management-owned property, the building notices. A sensor in a turnstile near the entrance sends a signal to...

02/22/18
Calm down, realtors: unlike landlines, napkins and video stores, it looks like buying homes will not die out with the millennial generation. First-time buyers comprised...

02/22/18
The more bleak the retail market in New York City appears, the harder commercial brokers have to work to stay afloat. Making cold calls and...

02/22/18
George Kaufman, a developer who managed one of New York’s largest commercial real estate companies and chaired the studio that houses “Sesame Street”, died Tuesday....

02/22/18
Fairfield First Selectman Mike Tetreau wants to grow the private sector in his town and may press for changes to zoning laws to make it...

02/22/18
Investment giant First Reserve has stealthy moved its headquarters from Greenwich to Stamford’s Shippan Landing. As one of Connecticut’s largest private equity firms, First Reserve...

02/22/18
Ferrandino & Associates is suing MVP Realty, the developer of The Pointe in Mount Vernon, for breach of contract after being fired as consultants on...

02/22/18
Mamaroneck-based developer Dominic Brescia’s Liberty Enterprises is proposing a townhouse development right off the main commercial street in his hometown. The plans, which are under...

02/22/18
Solomon Feder plans to turn a parking lot in Downtown Brooklyn into a nearly 300-unit apartment building. Feder filed plans on Thursday for a 13-story...

02/22/18
The 70-story tower JPMorgan Chase wants to build at 270 Park Avenue will likely be developed by Tishman Speyer, according to a new report. Sources...

02/22/18
Cornell Realty Management plans to construct a mixed-use project in Williamsburg split between residential and hotel space. The project from Isaac Hager’s company would be...

02/22/18
A Long Island jury has sided with Saunders & Associates, which took former agent Meg Salem to court over alleged data hacking and breach of...

02/22/18
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...

02/22/18
Mack-Cali Realty Corporation has added to its Jersey City holdings with a $53 million purchase of a development site. The company purchased Jersey City’s 25...

02/22/18
Renters in Long Island City now have a plethora of options for new homes, something that is working out to their advantage. Supply is starting...

02/22/18
It’s been one of the greatest mysteries in the residential world for three years: Who was the buyer behind the city’s most expensive closed residential...

02/22/18
UPDATED, 3:25 p.m., Feb. 22: Clipper Realty has received a 10-year, $246 million loan from New York Community Bank for its debt on Flatbush Gardens, along...

02/22/18
From the February issue: When BlackRock finalized a deal last year for 847,000 square feet at 50 Hudson Yards — the largest new lease of 2017...
  • Event Sales
  • Address 88 Leonard Street
  • Neighborhood Tribeca
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 305,000
  • Price $ 240,000,000
notes
The rental property sold for $240 million
  • Event Sales
  • Address 160 East 56th Street
  • Neighborhood Midtown East
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 63,778
  • Price $ 44,000,000
  • Price per foot $ 689.89
notes
The office building sold for $44 million.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 150 East 72nd Street
  • Neighborhood Lenox Hill
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 4,000
  • Price $ 19,900,000
  • Price per foot $ 4,975.00
notes
The property sold for $19.9 million.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 625 Madison Avenue
  • Neighborhood Plaza District
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 563,000
  • Price $ 400,000,000
  • Price per foot $ 710.48
notes
The ground lessor's position at the building sold for $400 million. The price represents a going-in yield of 1.15 percent based on contractual ground lease payments through June 2022. The ground lease expires in June 2054.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 101 Murray Street
  • Neighborhood Tribeca
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Price $ 223,000,000
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The school campus building sold for $223 million. The site allows for the development of a residential building totaling 310,028 square feet as of right.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 2182 Barnes Avenue
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Price $ 158,000,000
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The package of five Manhattan and five Bronx buildings sold for $158 million, the New York Observer reported. The Manhattan properties are located at 201 and 207 West 11th Street, 229 East 12th Street and 71 and 81 Orchard Street. The Bronx properties are located at 2131 and 2132 Wallace Avenue and 2146, 2162 and 2182 Barnes Avenue.
  • Event Sales
  • Address Queens portfolio
  • Neighborhood Midtown
  • Borough Queens
  • Price $ 32,500,000
  • Event Sales
  • Address Manhattan and Bronx portfolio
  • Neighborhood Midtown
  • Borough Bronx
  • Price $ 158,000,000
  • Event Sales
  • Address 71 Smith Street
  • Neighborhood Boerum Hill
  • Borough Brooklyn
  • Price $ 38,500,000
  • Event Sales
  • Address 88 Leonard Street
  • Neighborhood Tribeca
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Price $ 37,000,000
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A 49 percent stake in the rental building closed for $37 million. The transfer of Africa Israel USA's remaining stake, the senior mortgage and the mezzanine loan is expected to close in the first half of 2012. The prices for those components were $17 million, $132 million and $24 million, respectively, according to a previous report by Bloomberg News, for a total cost of about $210 million. The deal is being closed in two stages for accounting purposes, according to David Schwartz, Waterton Associates' co-founder.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 30 Flatbush Avenue
  • Neighborhood Boerum Hill
  • Borough Brooklyn
  • Price $ 57,000,000
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