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Avenue B

214 Avenue B
New York, NY 10009
Residential, Sales, Conversion, Condo (Building)
  • Address 214 Avenue B
  • neighborhood East Village
  • borough Manhattan
  • developer Kenneth Rosenblum
  • LIST/LAUNCH SALES 06/30/1993
  • AG Initial Price $ 1,258,000
  • Year Built 1900
  • ag file plans 01/25/1991
  • AG FILE Link
  • residential units 24
  • total units 24
  • square feet 17,628
  • const. status Building Complete
  • block and lot 1-00406-7501
  • BIN 1005216

03/21/19
Luciane Serifovic — a former executive at Town Residential and Douglas Elliman — is launching a boutique real estate firm targeting entertainment and sports clients....

03/11/19
The prettiest projects at the outer boroughs dance for lenders last month were developments in Brooklyn and Queens. Brooklyn had six loans in the top...

03/04/19
Lalezarian Properties is planning to build a 45-story, 260-unit mixed-use tower at 606 West 30th Street, according to plans pre-filed with the Department of Buildings....

02/28/19
As the city’s hotel market rebounds, the owners of the massive Row hotel in Midtown are looking to finish a cash-out plan they kicked off...

02/25/19
Fifth Avenue is in a liquidation mode of sorts — at least when it comes to mega retailers. In the past six months alone, Versace, Lord...

02/22/19
...at Liberty Toye, an 81-unit rental-to-condominium conversion at 62 Avenue B in Alphabet City, he specified in the offering plan that he would accept Bitcoin...

02/21/19
It started as a lease expansion. But Google — in its quest for dominion over Chelsea and the Meatpacking District — wanted more. The technology...

02/19/19
Bess Freedman is the CEO of Brown Harris Stevens, the 146-year-old brokerage known for its luxury niche. Freedman was named co-president of the firm alongside...

02/18/19
Agents with specialties. Electronic databases that track tenants. Shiny shoes and suspenders. In ways both substantive and superficial, the Edward S. Gordon Company, a firm...

02/18/19
UPDATED, March 2, 5:17 p.m.: It was the spring of 2015, and New York City developers were madly rushing to get their residential projects approved...

02/12/19
Lululemon’s departure from 597 Fifth Avenue could put Thor Equities in a pickle. The retailer’s impending vacancy again puts landlord Thor Equities in danger of...

02/08/19
INVESTMENT SALES IN MANHATTAN AND BROOKLYN Manhattan investment sales ended 2018 on a high note, exceeding $4.4 billion in deals recorded in December, nearly double...

02/04/19
In the latest development out of the Lever House, one of the tenants at the challenged property is relocating. Private equity firm Wellspring Capital Management...

Bess Freedman is the CEO of ...

Fifth Avenue is in a liquidation mode of sorts — at least when it comes to mega retailers. In the past six months alone, Versace, Lord...

INVESTMENT SALES IN MANHATTAN AND BROOKLYN Manhattan investment sales ended 2018 on a high note, exceeding $4.4 billion in deals recorded in December, nearly double...

01/29/19
‘The Mooch’ relists his Water Mill mansion for $9.75M Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, fresh off his cameo on CBS’ “Celebrity Big Brother,”...

01/29/19
A spokeswoman for Douglas Elliman confirmed this week that Gioia DiPaolo has once again returned to the firm, a day after the broker posted the real...

01/28/19
The owners of the Newseum in Washington D.C. have agreed to sell the Pennsylvania Avenue building for $372.5 million. The nonprofit group Freedom Forum announced...

01/28/19
Women-focused co-working firm the Wing is moving its corporate headquarters to 137 Second Avenue in the East Village, sources told The Real Deal. The Wing...

01/25/19
Giorgio Armani and landlord SL Green Realty are planning to redevelop the designer’s flagship store at 760 Madison Avenue, adding 19 luxury residences, the companies...

01/19/19
A floor at the new Hudson Yards mall will be filled with companies that started as online-only retailers. The second floor of the project—scheduled to...

01/16/19
Equity Residential has finally gone into contract to sell 800 Sixth Avenue for $240 million. Greystar, the country’s largest manager of apartments with over 150,000...

01/07/19
Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. picked up a shopping center in Sheepshead Bay from the LeFrak Organization for more than $38 million. Ben Ashkenazy and Michael Alpert’s...

01/02/19
A development site along the Second Avenue subway path and a Williamsburg office building were among the properties that traded hands in the $20 million...

02/26/16
Brokers are sounding a cautious note in the investment sales world. In 2015, citywide sales volume hit a record $74.5 billion, but the general sentiment...

For years, the promise of a Second Avenue subway line has tantalized residential developers who have been hungrily eying the stretch of the Upper East...

12/28/15
Let’s face it — nothing seems to drum up more excitement for an upcoming project than a shiny new rendering. Like a placeholder on the skyline,...

12/23/15
If one had to give 2015 a moniker, “The Year of the $100 Million Apartment” might be most apt. At least four new projects announced...

10/22/15
Manhattan’s great builders are also its most fearsome destroyers. Tags: Chetrit Group, demolition, extell development, icon realty management, sl green, trinity real estate...

Hindsight is a precious thing, but foresight may be easier on the bottom line. In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, it was easy...

09/22/15
From the September issue: Retail tenants avoided the city’s priciest stretches in the past six months, instead striking deals in up-and-coming areas. Meanwhile, office leasing...

Just about everyone in the New York City real estate industry knows — or at least think they know — about the city’s priciest deals....

With Upper Fifth Avenue snatching back from Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay the title as the world’s most expensive retail district, aggressive bets made in Manhattan...

New York office leasing improved significantly over the past year. But the steady pace of deals wasn’t enough to fill all the large blocks of...

The crush of tourists — often standing five deep at crosswalks in Times Square, Herald Square and on Fifth Avenue — may be frustrating to...

The first quarter of 2013 saw few large leasing deals, especially in Midtown’s pricey Plaza District, according to an analysis compiled by commercial firm Jones...

With the luxury residential market booming, expensive rentals have recently been in higher demand than ever — getting snapped up faster than usual and, in...

As tourists continued to flock to Gotham in record numbers, New York City retail saw a banner 2012: Nordstrom announced it would take 285,000 square...

In a stark reminder that large tenants have retreated, the amount of available office space is piling up on a stretch of Sixth Avenue that...

The giant, 900,000-square-foot relocation and expansion lease that Japanese financial firm Nomura Holdings America signed in Midtown late last month punctuated an improved second quarter...

If you had to sum up the current Manhattan office leasing market in one word, it wouldn’t be hard to pick it: flat. While office...

High-end construction, rooftop views of the High Line and even rents in the high $70s-per-square-foot range are luring office tenants to the trendy Meatpacking District,...

Financial news has been bleak as of late, with the credit crisis and the collapse of Bear Stearns rocking the real estate world. Yet while...

About 2.2 million people live in Queens, but that doesn't mean the borough meets all their shopping needs. The city's biggest borough by ...

Residential building boom, new Times headquarters drive up store rents on 42nd Street...

Rents keep climbing in Manhattan office market...

Cushman & Wakefield
Asking rents on Lower Fifth Avenue between 42nd and 49th streets are soaring. The area saw the strongest year-over-year growth during the third quarter, with...

BID
A 15-block stretch along Columbus Avenue is no longer 100 percent occupied. The area’s business improvement district now reports there ware 14 vacancies among the...

REBNY
The average asking rent for Manhattan’s most expensive retail corridor on Fifth Avenue between 49th and 59th streets rose 4 percent from $3,420 in fall...

“The Manhattan retail leasing market maintained its strength and dynamism through the third quarter of 2014. The Fall 2014 REBNY Retail Report showed ground floor asking rents increasing...

“Manhattan’s retail leasing market remained vibrant through the first quarter of 2014. Strong interest in prime corridors and the repositioning of other corridors resulted in strong market conditions....

“The leasing market for Manhattan retail space has maintained its strength, bolstered by strong demand and additional retail spaces coming on the market in new mixed use developments....