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50 West 93rd Street

50 West 93rd Street
New York, NY 10025
Residential, Leasing/Rental, Multifamily
  • Year Built 1971
  • residential units 124
  • total units 124
  • square feet 137,634
  • block and lot 1-01206-0045
  • BIN 1031639

10/11/18
...Avenue, the Willard at 252 West 76th Street and 50 West 93rd Street. Its latest acquisition is 3420 Broadway, a 57-unit rental property in Hamilton Heights. The firm...

Back in 2008, William and Rick Friedland stopped to visit a two-story, red-bricked retail building on Madison Avenue that their family had purchased in the...

10/02/15
How did Larry Friedland amass a $3 billion real estate empire? It all began with a humble string of Harlem storefronts he bought — with multiple mortgages — for...

08/14/14
...50 West 93rd Street and Laurence Gluck Rent-stabilized tenants at two Upper West Side buildings are alleging that...

07/26/11
William Friedland, vice president at Friedland Properties, the Melar and Costas Kondylis, founder of Costas Kondylis & PartnersDeveloper Friedland Properties and architecture firm Costas Kondylis...

05/26/11
New York-based landlord Friedland Properties is in settlement negotiations with the federal government for allegedly failing to comply with housing discrimination laws that protect the...

09/14/10
...st Street and two other nearby properties at 50 West 93rd Street and 70 West 93rd Street, Gluck said in an e-mail that those properties were not...

01/23/08
Rose Associates, an 80-year-old New York City development firm, has named Amy Rose a co-president. Rose was project manager for the Chelsea Landmark, a 40-story,...

Rental development pencils out in New York in the current market -- if you are a member of a real estate dynasty. Developers say it...