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    115 Seventh Avenue

    115 Seventh Avenue
    New York, NY 10011
    Retail, Residential, Sales, Leasing/Rental

    115 Seventh Avenue, located at the corner of 17th Street in Chelsea, is an eight-story building with 41,000 square feet retail space. The site was home to the original Barneys New York, the luxury department store. In 1923, Barney Pressman opened a store in the building. In 1970, the department store built a fifth story onto the building, renaming it America House, as well as a five-story addition, and naming that International House. In 1993, Barneys abandoned its Seventh Avenue flagship. The Pressman family sold the building and the company to Japanese department store firm Isetan Co. Ltd., which in turn sold the building to the Rubin Museum of Art. In August 2014, Ashkenazy Acquisition, a New York City-based firm that invests in retail and office real estate, agreed to buy it for $60 million from the museum. Ashkenazy can enlarge the space to 70,000 square feet. -MK

    • Address 115 Seventh Avenue
    • neighborhood Chelsea
    • borough Manhattan
    • owner Ashkenazy Acquisition
    • owner entity 17TH STREET PROPERTY OWNER LLC
    • floors 8
    • Year Built 1924
    • square feet 39,936
    • block and lot 1-00792-0070
    • BIN 1080576