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Spring Condominium

225 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10012
Residential, Sales, Condo (Building)
  • Address 225 Lafayette Street
  • neighborhood Nolita
  • borough Manhattan
  • developer Gramercy Construction & Management
  • owner entity 60 SPRING STREET, LLC
  • PLANS DISCLOSED 06/27/2003
  • LIST/LAUNCH SALES 09/18/2003
  • AG Initial Price $ 69,885,000
  • Year Built 1926
  • ag file plans 06/27/2003
  • AG FILE Link
  • residential units 40
  • commercial units 0
  • hotel units 0
  • total units 40
  • square feet 80,052
  • const. status CONDO COMPLETE
  • block and lot 1-00481-7502
  • BIN 1007197
Condominium Units+
  • Event Retail Leasing
  • Address 60 Spring Street
  • Neighborhood Nolita
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 5,000
notes
The drugstore signed a 16-year lease with a 12-year option for another location. The reported asking rent was $200 per square foot.

East Harlem wears its heritage on its façades. In the heart of El Barrio, a James De La Vega painting at 104th Street and Third...

It may take a village to raise a building, but it takes only one disgruntled subcontractor to ensnare a project in a legal tug-of-war. For...

12/27/16
UPDATED, 11:30 a.m., Dec. 28: The Manhattan retail market had a rough-and-tumble 2016, but still emerged with some pricey deals, particularly along Upper Fifth Avenue....

Manhattan’s elite residential brokers aren’t just going after the most expensive listings to stay on top. They’re also recalibrating their business models to include a...

Compass, a newcomer on the Hamptons real estate scene, scored a coup last October when it hired veteran Ed Petrie away from Sotheby’s International...

01/08/16
The median price for a Manhattan apartment just hit $1.15 million for the first time, and a big drop in projects added to the city pipeline...

Winning exclusive sales agreements for stratospherically priced apartments is a blood sport in New York. But while it may not get the same level of...

The market for big packages of multifamily buildings may have less sex appeal than the fancy condos adorning Billionaire’s Row, but the sector is going...

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...

09/02/15
Developers are realizing big returns with the construction of mid-rise hotels along the industrial margins of the Long Island City central business district, an area already...

Big names. Big projects. Big price tags. Despite being New York City’s smallest borough, Manhattan development has clearly grown to...

For decades, Staten Island development was a largely local affair. While the borough’s population has exploded in the 50-plus years since the Verrazano-...

Take a good look at the Brooklyn skyline, because what you see won’t be there for long. Fueled by a frothy economy and unrelenting demand,...

In the high-stakes world of Manhattan real estate, agents tend to fall into two camps — those brokering sales in glitzy new condo buildings and...

Like the constant flicker emitted from the Montauk Point Lighthouse, there are some things one can always depend on in the East End. Among these...

Tight inventory. Rising prices. Luxe new developments. And competition—fierce competition. Against that backdrop, Manhattan’s largest brokerages carved out a bigger piece of the pie for...

Big-ticket properties bolstered the brokerages that led this year’s annual ranking of boutique Manhattan firms, thanks to a booming luxury market....

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...

The top end of the market is leaving more modest buildings in the dust, and nowhere is that more evident than in Midtown, a new...

Can “a real New York bargain” carry a multi-million dollar price tag? The answer is an emphatic “yes” if the product in question is real...

This year may not be over yet, but the real estate records are already piling up. The year kicked off with city office asking rents...

Manhattan’s priciest residential properties often make national headlines. But news about the priciest homes outside the city often barely register with New York City real...

As spring turns to summer, and East End sales prices and activity increase like traffic on Route 27, the Hamptons’ top residential brokerages are making...

The strength of the Manhattan luxury market is continuing to buoy some of the city’s largest and most established firms, The Real Deal’s annual ranking...
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Olshan Realty
Thirty-two contracts were signed for Manhattan apartments priced $4 million and above in the third week of June. During the final week of Spring, a Greenwich...

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....
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