101 Warren Street sells out

101 Warren Street

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Edward Minskoff’s 101 Warren Street, the 35-story Tribeca condominium that serves as the centerpiece of the developer’s 1 million-square-foot mixed-use complex, is completely sold out after four years on the market. The 227-unit building, at the corner of Greenwich Street, brought in $650 million in sales, which the developer said makes it “by far the largest and most successful condominium offering in the history of Downtown Manhattan.” Closings began in December 2007 and wrapped up earlier this month with the sale of a four-bedroom, duplex penthouse for $13.3 million, public records show. Nineteen units closed at the Skidmore, Owings and Merrill-designed building, which was marketed by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, over the course of the past year. Minskoff’s complex also includes a Whole Foods, Bed Bath & Beyond, Barnes & Noble and rental building 89 Murray Street. TRD