Jan Sasson

3 Buildings on the ‘Tidal Wave that is the Bowery’ Hit the Market for $30M

Last modified November 15, 2016 at 11:20 am

Grab a life jacket and brace yourselves for the cresting tidal wave. Everywhere you look on the Bowery it’s development… When Oggi Lighting shut its lights for the last time back in April, we had a premonition that something bad would happen here. After all, 162-166 Bowery is a low-rise strip of mixed-use buildings with […]

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Another Bowery Restaurant Supply Company Packs it in

Posted June 29, 2016 at 5:09 am

Seven years after its arrival, the restaurant supply company at 202 Bowery is now gone. Amazing Value Restaurant Equipment, as the business is aptly entitled, fled the gold coast last week. We’re told that the operation relocated to Brooklyn. A leasing sign in the window points to Jan Sasson’s brokerage handling the store now. Word […]

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171 Bowery ‘Development Site’ Hits the Market for $12.5M

Posted May 25, 2016 at 5:00 am

“OBEY the future; Join the most exciting avenue in NYC.” That’s the proclamation from a new real estate listing circulating for 171 Bowery. The four-story tenement building, located just south of Delancey Street (and across from the ascending CitizenM monstrosity), is now on the open market as a $12.5 million “development site.” Jan Sasson of the […]

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Sale of Five Bowery Properties for $45M Threatens Its Rich Cultural History

Posted October 31, 2014 at 6:09 am

Yesterday afternoon, we broke the blockbuster news that five historically significant buildings on the Bowery were sold as a package deal for $45 million. While still unconfirmed, it’s rumored that the buyer is John Young of Emmut Properties. Luxury living is allegedly planned for the 75,000 square-feet of buildable real estate, whether through rentals or […]

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Five-Building Bowery Development Site Sells for $45M; Federal-Style Row Houses Will Fall

Last modified October 30, 2014 at 7:28 pm

The dominoes on the Bowery continue to fall. Word just came down the pike that the long-vacant stretch of former lighting stores comprising 134-142 Bowery sold for an astonishing price. The five contiguous buildings netted $45.25 million for the respective owners. Total buildable square-footage is approximately 75,000 square-feet. Jan Sasson, president of E Property Group represented […]

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151 Bowery Sells for a Record $23.5M

Posted March 20, 2014 at 6:00 am

The squat three-story anchor at the southeast corner of Bowery and Broome just sold for $23.5 million. Buyer remains unknown, and there is currently nothing on file with the city. This final price is a record for the lighting district, according to Jan Sasson of E Property Group, who represented the seller in the transaction. […]

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Bitsy Bardot Restaurant Angling for 341 Broome

Posted July 6, 2012 at 6:09 am

More change is expected in the lighting district down on Bowery and Broome, with another of the Sohotel storefronts poised to become a restaurant.

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