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Amato Opera House Lettering is No Longer on the Bowery

Posted December 16, 2014 at 9:28 am

The disheveled, remnant evidence of the Amato Opera House at 319 Bowery is now wiped from public view. Within the last month or so, onsite renovations ahead of luxury conversion resulted in the removal of the iconic lettering. Controversial landlord Steve Croman obtained permits from the Department of Buildings in October to transform this haunted beauty […]

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Karl Fischer’s 255 Bowery Marches Toward ‘Luxury Boutique Living’

Posted December 15, 2014 at 9:33 am

Shortly after its big reveal over the summer, the project site at Karl Fischer’s 255 Bowery went quiet. Its facade left in a pre-completed skeletal state. Work resumed a few months later, though, and we are now seeing the final touches applied to the seven-story product. It’s a mass of steel and glass that complements the […]

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Blue Moon Hotel on Orchard Street Raises Asking Price Again, This Time to $21M

Last modified December 15, 2014 at 9:40 am

The Blue Moon Hotel is a lesson in real estate pricing. Know the value of the property before asking for the farm. In this case, the boutique hotel at 100 Orchard Street has been on the chopping block countless times in the last decade (the first listing was in 2005 for $20 million) for a […]

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More on the $45M Bowery Transaction that Has Preservationists Worried

Posted December 9, 2014 at 5:32 am

More information has come to light regarding the identity of the buyer who acquired a row of historic buildings on the Bowery. You’ll recall that 134-142 Bowery sold for a $45 million sum, but speculation was rampant as to who shelled out the cash. Now we know; look no further than … Montana (?). The […]

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Goldman Properties Wooing Retail to Incomplete 2-Story Building at the ‘Four Corners of Downtown’

Posted December 5, 2014 at 5:36 am

Leasing banners. A sight not seen at 76 East Houston in recent memory. But so it goes. The new two-story commercial structure at the northeast corner of Elizabeth Street is nowhere near completion. In fact, the Goldman Properties project site – formerly Billy’s Antiques – has been pretty quiet in recent weeks. Not too much […]

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67 Clinton Street is on the Market for $7M; Barramundi Safe for Now

Posted December 4, 2014 at 9:22 am

It’s probably safe to say that Clinton Street is currently experiencing something of a micro-level real estate bubble. Plenty of significant speculation activity happening in the midsection of this Lower East Side artery, particularly the yardage between Rivington and Stanton. Seriously, one need only recall the record-setting sale of the seven-parcel package comprising 50-62 Clinton, which netted an exorbitant $29 […]

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Sprint is Returning to Delancey Street with New Outpost in the Old Popeyes Space

Posted December 3, 2014 at 5:32 am

The recent failure of fried chicken at 108 Delancey netted a new vacancy for the taking. Popeye’s ended its six-year run last January, and morphed a month later into a knockoff version of same. Yet, like its predecessor, the attempt to spawn new life in the commercial unit ultimately went south five months later. Massey Knakal […]

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Sweetgreen is Opening Its 3rd NYC Location Imminently on Kenmare Street

Posted November 26, 2014 at 10:07 am

Upscaling continues on Kenmare Street unchecked, from the controversial Nolitan Hotel to Ken & Cook and the Butcher’s Daughter. As such, the demand for retail units along this four-block stretch hasn’t yielded in years. The newest entrant into the increasingly crowded four-block stretch is DC-based health spot, Sweetgreen. The chain-let is on a roll of […]

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More Renderings Revealed for Glitzy 155 Attorney Street [PHOTOS]

Posted November 26, 2014 at 6:00 am

With ongoing construction at the project site of 155 Attorney Street, the PR muscle behind its birth is beginning to flex. Studio V Architecture, the designer of record for the property, shared some updated renderings illustrating the future of the block. Basically, lots of glass and rooftop amenities (let’s not forget the well-dressed scalies). Get ready […]

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Reader Report: 287-291 East Houston Sells for $15M

Posted November 25, 2014 at 6:10 am

287-291 East Houston (at Clinton) is ready for its multimillion-dollar upgrade. The three-parcel property was inititally on the chopping block last February for $15 million, but had languished without sale. Then within the last couple months, the “prime development opportunity” disappeared from online real estate listings. Now, a Boogie reader reveals that 287-291 East Houston just […]

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