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180 Water Street

180 Water Street
New York, NY 10038

180 Water Street is a luxury rental apartment conversion project in the Financial District of Manhattan. Developer Vanbarton Group (at the time Emmes Realty) acquired the 25-story office building in 2013 for $151 million. The conversion plan includes a vertical extension that would bring the building height to 32 stories and 395 feet.

The building contains 457,000 square feet. Amenities post-conversion would include a pool and roof deck, a lounge and a recreation room.

  • Address 180 Water Street
  • neighborhood Financial District
  • borough Manhattan
  • owner Vanbarton Group
  • developer EMMES REALTY
  • owner entity EO 180 WATER STREET LLC
  • architect De La Cour And Ferrara Architec
  • PLANS DISCLOSED 01/22/2015
  • dob permit issued 06/26/2017
  • tco issued 03/16/2017
  • DOB FILE PLANS 01/22/2015
  • DOB FILE Link
  • height in feet 395
  • floors 29
  • residential units 573
  • total units 5
  • square feet 457,087
  • const. status BUILDING COMPLETE
  • block and lot 1-00070-0032
  • BIN 1001134

...- $315 million After offering concessions on rentals at 180 Water Street earlier this year, Nathan Berman's Metro Loft Management bought out its partner Vanbarton Group...

...such as the $450 million recapitalization and buyout at 180 Water Street and the $514 million sale of a pair of New York REIT buildings in Chelsea...

...Metro Loft's Nathan Berman and 180 Water Street UPDATED, Oct. 10, 5:15 p.m.: Nathan Berman's Metro Loft Management refinanced its rental conversion at...

...exited its partnership at the rental tower at 180 Water Street, where Nathan Berman’s Metro Loft Management bought the partner out for $450 million. The...

...renting out units at a $350 million conversion at 180 Water Street and spearheading the redevelopment of 20 Broad Street — a 500,000-square-foot office building next to the...

...Metro Loft's Nathan Berman and 180 Water Street Nathan Berman's Metro Loft Management is paying $450 million to buy its partner Vanbarton Group...

...Clinton Hill. New Financial District buildings such as 180 Water Street and 70 Pine Street have also been offering concessions, such as two to three months...

...which is developing a 565-unit rental complex at 180 Water Street in the Financial District. “We worked diligently to design a gorgeous lobby, and didn...

...office buildings in the neighborhood into apartments, including 180 Water Street, 17 John Street and 20 Exchange Place. Metro Loft is also behind the conversion of 443 Greenwich...

...transforming buildings like 17 John Street, 20 Exchange Place and 180 Water Street. Prince Realty Advisors' David Ash and Alex Vial brokered both sides of the transaction...

...is also converting the former office building at 180 Water Street into 560 rental units, a project slated for completion next year, and is in the...

...Asset Management filed plans to convert the 457,000-square-foot 180 Water Street into a 601-unit residential property. Rose Associates is near completion on its transformation of...

...is almost twice as large as the 457,000-square-foot 180 Water Street, the next largest future Manhattan building filed so far in 2015. (Source: TRD analysis of...

...180 Water Street in the Financial District In yet another example of the Financial District’s push...

...also owns the office building next door, at 180 Water Street, which it acquired from Melohn Properties for $151 million last year, as The Real Deal...

...investors were snapping up office buildings such as 180 Water Street, 140 West Street and 49-51 Chambers Street, to possibly convert them to residential units, further...

...this week. Office buildings at 2 Rector Street and 180 Water Street sold for $300 per square foot and $296 per square foot in June and July, respectively...

...buy the 24-story Lower Manhattan office building at 180 Water Street from Melohn Properties for approximately $154 million and recently purchased a Midtown office property at...

...180 Water Street (Credit CoStar Group) The real estate investment firm Emmes Asset Management is in contract...

...million, or 28.6 percent. The last three properties were 180 Water Street, owned by Melohn Properties, which saw a $13.5 million decline in value, amounting to 14.4 percent...

...Group has signed a “soft contract” to purchase 180 Water Street for between $165 million and $180 million, Crain's reported. The 24-story building, between John and Christopher...

...Leon and Alfons Melohn are seeking buyers for 180 Water Street, a 24-story, 520,000-square-foot building occupied entirely by the city's Human Resources Administration. The building...

...moving out of its current three locations at 180 Water Street, 2 Washington Street and 250 Church Street, according to Connie Ress, deputy commissioner for communications and...

...showing interest in converting office buildings such as 180 Water Street, 140 West Street and 49-51 Chambers Street into residential units, which would tighten office supply...

...Management agreed to pay $154 million for Melohn Properties’ 180 Water Street, a 509,000-square-foot tower. Meanwhile, East End Capital and GreenOak Real agreed to buy the...