Real Estate Listing

Historic Orthodox Jewish Organization Sells East Broadway Building

Posted April 16, 2019 at 5:03 am

Way east on East Broadway, more links to the neighborhood’s Jewish past are disappearing. Word is now circulating that the four-story pre-war tenement at 235 East Broadway just changed hands. Lower East Side Jewish history permeates this site (East Broadway still retains some of those roots). The property had collectively housed the United Jewish Council of […]

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Is this the Future of Vanella’s Prohibition-Era Funeral Home on Madison Street?

Last modified April 10, 2019 at 7:42 am

Out with the old, in with the glass. Look no further than the (shuttered) hundred-year-old Vanella’s Funeral Home on Madison Street. The relic assemblage – in business as a mortuary here since the Prohibition era – sold for $7.8 million back in January. The buyer was Eric Pang of Metro City Acquisition LLC, according to […]

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Allen Street Parking Garage Pitched as Development Opportunity

Posted April 8, 2019 at 5:00 am

As Essex Crossing debuts piecemeal, property owners are looking to cash in. It’s causing a ripple effect around the neighborhood. Just a couple blocks away, 59 Allen Street is ready for its due and proper. The 8,800 square-foot, through-block structure – occupied by the Imperial Parking garage and galleries on the Eldridge front – is now […]

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You’ll Need $5K to Rent the Old ‘BYGGYZ’ Sandwich Shop on Clinton Street

Posted March 29, 2019 at 5:08 am

With the overhyped brick-and-mortar of BYGGYZ dead in the ground nearly a year, its former Clinton Street headquarters is now up for grabs. Real estate listings have been circulating for the last couple months. Asking price for the 1,000 square-foot store (split equally between ground floor and basement) at 37-39 Clinton Street is $4,680 per month. […]

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GEM Super Value Store on Delancey Street Hits Market for $25K per Month

Posted March 26, 2019 at 5:00 am

The GEM Super Value Store might not be long for the Lower East Side. Real estate listings are currently circulating online, pitching the 3,000 square-foot space as “brand new” and “perfect for all general retail uses.” Which is to say, the dollar store is henceforth operating on borrowed time. The space won’t come cheap, either, […]

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Properties Adjacent to Bowery Savings Bank Hit the Market

Posted March 13, 2019 at 5:09 am

Not only is the Bowery Savings Bank landmark for sale, so are its adjacent neighbors on either side. Both 132 Bowery and 116 Elizabeth Street, which flank the historic building, were dropped on the open market last month. Avison Young is the brokerage of record. No price is floated. The latter property is an office […]

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Vanella’s Prohibition-Era Funeral Home Sells for $7.8M

Posted February 28, 2019 at 5:02 am

It took more than a year, but the shuttered Prohibition-era funeral home at 27-35 Madison Street is now in new hands. According to public records, Eric Pang of Metro City Acquisition LLC is the buyer of the old Vanella’s Funeral Chapel, having paid Linda Vanella $7.8 million for the four-building assemblage. The deal went into […]

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Bowery Demolition Site Hits Market for $26M

Posted February 15, 2019 at 5:00 am

One year ago, side-by-side three-story tenements comprising 139-141 Bowery were quickly demolished. The narrative at the time was that of a mixed-use replacement tower to rise in its place. Instead, it’s been crickets for much of the interim. Now, the double-wide property – measuring 50-by-100 feet – is on the chopping block for a hefty […]

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Landmarked Bowery Savings Bank Building Heads to Auction, Could Fetch $50M+

Last modified February 12, 2019 at 9:57 am

[Updated below] The Bowery Savings Bank building could be the next domino to fall in the increasingly aggressive Bowery real estate market. The property at 130 Bowery went on sale yesterday for the first time in nearly twenty years. That the 32,000 square-foot space – currently home to the high-end Capitale catering hall – hit […]

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PokéSpot SoHo Now Swimming with the Fish

Posted February 1, 2019 at 5:08 am

Just under two years in business, PokéSpot on Cleveland Place – sibling to the Union Square original – is now swimming with the fish. Gone. By customer accounts, the fast-casual seafood joint shuttered a couple weeks ago. Google says that they’re permanently closed, and the number to this spot rings unanswered. And the space is already […]

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