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    601 Eighth Avenue

    601 Eighth Avenue
    New York, NY 10018
    Retail, Leasing/Rental

    601 Eighth Avenue is the site of two low-rise buildings between 39th and 40th streets that house tiny storefronts, as well as a Chase Bank branch, a Jamaican take-out food outlet Golden Krust, and a Payless shoe store. The Port Authority Bus Terminal is across the street. Ashkenazy Acquisition, a New York City-based firm that invests in retail and office real estate, bought the two properties, 601-607 Eighth Avenue and 609-611 Eighth Avenue, for $40 million from Centurion Realty in October 2014. 601 Eight Avenue features as a 30,125 square foot retail condominium in the portfolio section of the Ashkenazy Acquisition website. The leasehold on the bigger building has 24 years remaining. The building at 601-607 Eighth Avenue is a leasehold, while the other one is a fee interest. Centurion acquired 601-607 Eighth Avenue for $2.5 million in 1997 and 609-611 Eighth Avenue $5 million in 2003. MK

    • Address 601 Eighth Avenue
    • neighborhood Midtown
    • borough Manhattan
    • owner Ashkenazy Acquisition
    • owner entity 601 8TH AVE MUE LLC
    • floors 2
    • Year Built 1935
    • square feet 28,750
    • block and lot 1-00763-0034
    • BIN 1013686
    • Event Retail Leasing
    • Address 601 Eighth Avenue
    • Neighborhood Midtown West
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 2,505
    notes
    The food chain signed a lease.
    • Event Retail Leasing
    • Address 601 Eighth Avenue
    • Neighborhood Hudson Yards
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 1,500
    notes
    The discount store subleased space for one year.
    • Event Office Leasing
    • Address 601 Eighth Avenue
    • Neighborhood Hudson Yards
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 11,500
    notes
    The nonprofit signed a three-year lease for a West Side location.
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