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Amarcord Vintage Forced from SoHo After Purported 400% Increase in Rent

Posted May 2, 2016 at 5:13 am

How many different ways (or number of times) can this same story be told – building sells, landlord hikes the rents to unaffordable levels, small businesses succumb as a result. We see this progression play out so often it’s scary. Amarcord Vintage is the latest commercial venture to fall victim to the disturbing trend. The sixteen-year-old […]

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First Look at the 12-Story Tower that Chased MOSCOT from its Old HQ on Delancey

Posted April 27, 2016 at 9:26 am

For four years, a twelve-story tower has been promised for the northeast corner of Orchard and Delancey Streets. The project is no closer to reality, but there are rudimentary renderings available that showcase the newcomer. Helm Equities (aka David Escava) purchased 118 Orchard Street (aka 86 Delancey) in 2012 for $4.8 million. This transaction was […]

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2 Rivington Street Properties Adjacent to Allen Street Mall on the Auction Block for $11M+

Posted April 22, 2016 at 5:14 am

The bones of a stalled Lower East Side hotel development are being picked apart piecemeal. DAB Group’s dream is done. As part of the overall failure of the Allen Street Hotel on its backside, two adjacent properties on Rivington Street are similarly up for auction. A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge is soliciting bids, via Eastern […]

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Eldridge Street Carriage House Price-Chopped to $9.5M

Posted April 22, 2016 at 5:12 am

Nightlife maven Georges Forgeois is having a bit of trouble selling his palatial “townhouse” at 170 Eldridge Street. The three-story building – a single family duplex with waterfall – remains on the market after more than five months. This week, the price was axed $2.5 million to a new grand total of $9.5 million. And […]

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141 Chrystie Street is for Sale Yet Again, this Time for $15M

Posted April 19, 2016 at 9:27 am

To the surprise of few, the stout 141 Chrystie Street is now officially on the open market. For purchase. The two-story building carries a huge banner strung from its marquee, alerting all to its imminent fate. The last five years weren’t too pretty for 141 Chrystie. Formerly used as office space for a local law firm, […]

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Corner Tenement at​ 119 Hester Street Flipped for $16.5M Payload

Posted April 14, 2016 at 5:11 am

​An anchoring corner tenement down at the curvature of Forsyth Street and Hester changed hands earlier this month for $16.9 million. Buyer of record is David Krami (DK Hester Street LLC), who acquired 119 Hester from a partnership composed of Dalan Management’s Daniel Wrublin, Ronald Beard, and Scott Atler. This is the second time in […]

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Gotham Court Owner Picks up 99 Suffolk for $24.6M

Posted April 12, 2016 at 5:13 am

The owner behind Gotham Court on Ludlow Street just scooped up another rental property a few blocks away. Hubb NYC purchased luxury rental building 99 Suffolk Street – erected back in 2003 – earlier this month for $24.6 million. The eight-story mixed-use building is home to forty units and the recently-opened Elements Preschool. In the […]

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Deadly Dragon Sound Reggae Record Shop Forced from 102 Forsyth Street After 11 Years in Business

Posted April 6, 2016 at 5:00 am

The crate digging on Forsyth Street will come to a close later this month. When the adjoining tenements at 100-102 Forsyth Street sold back in January for $16 million, we knew that a neighborhood treasure probably wouldn’t survive the changing hands. Deadly Dragon Sound, the eleven-year-old record shop specializing in Reggae music, is bowing out. […]

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De Blasio Lobbyist Implicated in Controversial ‘Rivington House’ Condo Conversion

Posted March 28, 2016 at 5:08 am

The stench of suspicion apparently goes all the way to the top on this one. Connect the dots. Indeed, the controversial sale of the recently vacated Rivington House nursing home last month to a Chinese developer (China Vanke Co.) and its partners (Slate and Adam America Real Estate) for $116 million has become a mini scandal […]

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Own 10 Garage Parking Spots Inside Upper-Crust 115 Norfolk Street for $890K

Posted March 25, 2016 at 5:19 am

There hasn’t been much news of note from 115 Norfolk Street in recent years. Nicknamed by local media as “Son of Thor,” the Gryzwinski + Pons designed starchitecture is as antiseptic as its Hotel on Rivington kin. To live here requires at least $1.4 million for a one-bedroom apartment. And if you want a parking […]

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