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    10 Liberty Street

    10 Liberty Street
    New York, NY 10005
    Residential, Leasing/Rental, Multifamily

    This 45-story multifamily tower in Downtown Manhattan was built in 2002 and has 387,000 square feet shared by 287 residential and two commercial units. The World Trade Center terrorist attacks threw a monkey wrench into construction plans at 10 Liberty, but eventually, the company moved ahead after obtaining low-interest, tax-free Liberty Bonds from the state. Glenwood used $95 million in bonds to help build a 287-unit building at 10 Liberty Plaza in 2004, and an additional $138 million in bonds to build Barclay Tower, a 441-unit building erected in 2005 across the street from the Woolworth Building. According to a Real Deal report in 2011, the use of the bonds became controversial and drew unwanted attention. The Daily News noted that Glenwood's haul represented nearly 30 percent of the state Liberty Bonds doled out for rental housing below Canal Street, and wryly dubbed them Litwin Bonds. The article noted that he had donated $772,350 to state elected officials over the previous five years.

    In 2015, the building was tied to allegations that Glenwood had collaborated with State Assemblyman Sheldon Silver to block the move of a Gramercy methadone clinic to 90 Maiden Lane, located on the same block as¾10 Liberty Street.

    • Address 10 Liberty Street
    • neighborhood Financial District
    • borough Manhattan
    • owner Glenwood Management
    • owner entity LIBERTY STREET REALTY
    • floors 45
    • Year Built 2002
    • residential units 287
    • total units 287
    • square feet 387,000
    • block and lot 1-00042-0022
    • BIN 1086256