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    101 West 15th Street

    101 West 15th Street
    New York, NY 10011
    Retail, Residential, Leasing/Rental, Multifamily

    Owner Stonehenge Partners bills the six-story building as the perfect spot for the indecisive tenant, one who cant decide between Chelsea, Union Square, or the West Village. While the building benefits from location, location, location, for many years it suffered from an ugly, ugly, ugly exterior.

    The building, originally called 555 Sixth Avenue, was erected in 1974 and served for many years as housing for nearby St. Vincent Hospital staffers. Its harsh brick exterior and protruding upper floors quickly lost their luster and became outdated. In 2013 owners Stonehenge and Winick Realty Group decided to gut the entire building, rather than tear it down.

    They enlisted ODA Architecture for the job, and the architects smoothed the buildings exterior, installed a glass lobby and updated amenities, and (perhaps more importantly) raised the retail stores from walk-downs to street level, luring Swedish espresso-and-chocolate-bar company FIKA and fitness boutique BFX Studios to complete the hipper approach. ¾-NR

    • Address 101 West 15th Street
    • neighborhood Chelsea
    • borough Manhattan
    • owner Stonehenge Partners
    • architect ODA
    • floors 6
    • Year Built 1974
    • residential units 163
    • total units 163
    • square feet 195,442
    • block and lot 1-00791-0036
    • BIN 1014560
    • Event Sales
    • Address 555 Sixth Avenue
    • Neighborhood Chelsea
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 180,000
    • Price $ 67,340,000
    • Price per foot $ 374.11
    • Publication Date 09/01/2010
    • Event Date 07/23/2010
    • Party 1 St. Vincent's Hospital
    • Party 2 Stonehenge Partners, SITQ
    The sale of the building closed for $67.34 million. The buyers had won the property in an auction in June, which followed the bankruptcy of St. Vincent's Hospital in April.