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‘Nooklyn’ Brokerage Takes Space in Hell Square

Posted June 26, 2018 at 5:02 am

Three-year-old Brooklyn broker upstart, Nooklyn, just expanded its reach into Manhattan. The company signed a lease back in April to take storefront space at 101 Stanton Street, a property that’s seen plenty of retail turnover in recent months. The new Lower East Side office opens tomorrow, nearly two months after the initial May 1 projection. […]

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Introducing the Bowery Continental at 196 Bowery

Posted August 2, 2010 at 6:33 am

At the beginning of this year, we followed the progress and completion of 196 Bowery, that new seven-story box of full-floor luxury rentals.  It’s taken some time, but a tipster just sent word that move-in time has arrived.  And with it, a name to match its high-end identity.  Behold, the Bowery Continental.

Broker Wants Wine Bar at Former Essex Ale House

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:27 am

Essex Ale House folded last month after a tumultuous four-year tenure at 179 Essex Street, and the leasing signs went up shortly thereafter.  The interior was stripped completely bare, save for the bar. No juke, no billiards, and the walls are white.  Of course, it didn’t take too long for the real estate listings to […]

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Y.S. Tires at 97 Allen Street Threatened

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:27 am

Those sidewalk mechanic shops that randomly dot the neighborhood are an interesting breed.  Lacking any proper garage or lot, vehicles are mostly serviced curbside, directly in the path of oncoming traffic.  Case in point, Y.S. Tires at 97 Allen Street.

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Selling 193 Eldridge Street

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:27 am

It looks like some brokers are finally acknowledging the disdain for out-of-context glass towers which don’t add any character to the neighborhood.  This notion is utilized as a main selling point for a loft apartment at 193 Eldridge Street.

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38 Delancey Pitches for Tenants

Posted November 18, 2009 at 6:09 am

With the removal of the cumbersome green-hued scaffolding from 38 Delancey a couple weeks ago, the nascent luxury development is ever-closer to taking on retail and commercial tenants.  Broker signs hanging in the first few levels indicate that approximately 30,000 square-feet of space is available for lease. Immediately.  Sounds like a pitch to big-box establishments.  […]