Real Estate Listing


‘Rouge Wine Bar’ is Looking to Ditch 94 Rivington Street

Posted February 4, 2016 at 5:10 am

To look upon it is to know failure. Rouge Wine Bar is officially on the outs. That certainly explains the removal of the red signage from the facade of 94 Rivington Street. If the listings are accurate, the business is looking to divest from the neighborhood. It was a stillborn concept from the get-go, and […]

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TeaNY preparing to reopen after fire, March 2010

Here’s Your Chance to Rent the Former TeaNY on Rivington Street

Posted January 28, 2016 at 10:28 am

​Here’s you chance to rent the former TeaNY; mount up. ​TeaNY, the vegan tea spot co-founded by Moby fifteen years ago, is now up for grabs. The iconic cafe at 90 Rivington Street shuttered last month after tax issues forced the business into an eventual eviction. The first few real estate listings are beginning to creep […]

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The Roumanian-American Synagogue on Rivington Collapsed 10 Years Ago; Vacant Lot Still Seeking $20M

Posted January 22, 2016 at 9:25 am

It’s easily one of the largest, most photogenic vacant lots on the Lower East Side, forged after the disastrous structural collapse of the Roumanian-American Congregation Synagogue in 2006.

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Adjoining Tenements on Forsyth Street Sell for $16M

Posted January 18, 2016 at 5:10 am

There’s more real estate turnover to report on the southern section of Forsyth Street. Controversial landowners Marolda Properties just unloaded three of their holdings here for $24.4 million. Now another transaction just a block away. Fresh off the $13.1 million purchase of the Lorely building on Rivington Street (another Marolda property), Veracity Real Estate just […]

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Without Nightlife, 141 Chrystie Street Again Shopped for Buyers

Posted January 6, 2016 at 10:25 am

141 Chrystie Street has been dormant for over a year already. The hex of nightlife at this former law office was too great to overcome. Indeed, the revolving door of clubs is likely concluded, with sale and redevelopment on the way. First, a refresher of recent history. Proprietor Ming Cheung (aka Fay’s Restaurant & Bar […]

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Twin Tenements at 249-251 Broome Street Sell for $12.3M

Posted January 5, 2016 at 10:22 am

It’s one of about a dozen unique tenements on the nearly untouched stretch of Broome Street, between Orchard and Ludlow. From the exterior perspective, most of the buildings on this block are intact (except for the southwest corner of Ludlow), feeding into the “museum block” feel spearheaded by the Tenement Museum. Yet that doesn’t stop […]

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Vacant Church at 193 Henry Street Pitched as $5.5M Development Site

Posted December 23, 2015 at 5:16 am

​”193 Henry Street is a future development site,” exclaims the broker-babble on the real estate listing. Meaning, the four-and-a-half-story tenement has no future. The Mount Zion Church of Christ – which operated a congregation onsite for more than fifty years – is current owner of the property, according to public record. Looks like they’re gettin’ […]

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Doomed Ochado Ramen Space on Orchard Street Asking $12K Rent

Posted December 18, 2015 at 5:57 pm

The former home of Ochado Ramen on Orchard Street just hit the open market, evidenced by a bevy of signage in real life and real estate listings online. It’s clear the exhorbitant rent contributed to their demise, at least partially. Ochado spent a rocky year at 76 Orchard Street. The ramen counter was pretty much […]

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It’ll Cost North of $1M to Own a Place Inside Ben Shaoul’s Bereket-Killing Condo

Posted December 16, 2015 at 5:18 am

Ben Shaoul’s new ten-story development at the corner of Orchard and East Houston Streets – which killed off a slew of small businesses (including Bereket) – is still a mud pit fifteen feet below the road bed. Backhoes and other big machinery are busy with earth moving and drilling activities. So, while the reimagined 196 […]

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Hotel Chantelle HQ on Ludlow Street is up for Sale

Posted December 16, 2015 at 5:17 am

The stout mid-block warehouse building that houses Hotel Chantelle is now up for grabs. It appears the landlord (Margie Salstein, per public record) placed the property on the market, and is currently fielding offers. Capitalizing on Essex Crossing while still in its infancy. The real estate listing does not show a price tag, but think […]

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