Real Estate Listing

Ludlow Street Pizzeria Hits the Open Market

Posted June 22, 2021 at 5:05 am

La Margarita Pizza might not have much time left in Hell Square. The Ludlow Street pizzeria is now pitched on the open market. The 800 square-foot store at 268 Ludlow appeared on Craigslist in late-May for $9,000 per month in rent. The listing caps some eight years in business for the Lower East Side pizza […]

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Moscot Family Buys Walkup Down the Block from Orchard Street Store

Posted May 26, 2021 at 5:00 am

Eight years after the MOSCOT flagship store crossed the Delancey divide, the family acquired property just down the block.  Public records show that Harvey Moscot, fourth-generation owner and CEO of the century-old eyewear brand, purchased the five-story walkup at 94 Orchard Street. The deal closed earlier this month, under the shell name of SGEN, LLC, […]

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Decades-Old Orchard Street Haberdasher Back on the Market

Posted May 18, 2021 at 5:08 am

On the block for more than sixty years, the Global International menswear store is again up for grabs. The haberdashery has been on and off the market a few times since 2017. Four years ago, furor ensued after we posted a story about its possible closure. Egged on by the appearance of a Misrahi leasing […]

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Rebirth of 63 Pitt Street is a 12-Story Residential Tower

Posted May 14, 2021 at 5:00 am

A new luxury rental building is on the docket for Pitt Street. In due course, the pre-war tenement building at 63 Pitt Street will be destroyed to make way for a twelve-story apartment complex. Plans have been underway for the last couple years. However, Department of Buildings issued permits late last month for both the […]

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Streets

L+M Development Exploring Purchase of Knickerbocker Village

Posted March 29, 2021 at 5:00 am

Knickerbocker Village, one of the largest residential complexes in the city, is exploring a possible sale to L+M Development Partners, several tipsters tell us. Current management has reportedly been in ongoing negotiations with the prospective buyer, price unknown. And even though the deal is not yet final, tenants are concerned about the fallout. Namely the […]

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Yonah Schimmel Building on the Market for $6M

Posted March 17, 2021 at 5:04 am

The longtime tenement home of Yonah Schimmel Knishes is for sale. Dubbed a “Prime location with heavy foot traffic,” the building at 137 East Houston has been on the market since last July. Its latest asking price is $6 million. The broker-babble further notes that the buyer gets “tremendous upside in a premier location with […]

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Lady Gaga’s Former Lower East Side Apartment is Back on the Market

Posted March 3, 2021 at 5:02 am

The Lower East Side apartment formerly inhabited by Lady Gaga before she was famous is again available for rent. The one-bedroom abode at 176 Stanton Street (#4A) is currently listed for $2,000 per month via StreetEasy, and has been on the market for about thirty-five days. And the broker babble was recycled from past listings. […]

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Hotel on Rivington Owners Still Seek a Buyer at $69M

Posted February 16, 2021 at 5:01 am

The Hotel on Rivington, last courted by Kushner Companies two years ago, remains on the market for a princely sum. Longtime hotel owners (and developers)  Paul and Rena Stallings continue the search for a buyer willing to shell out $69 million, which is $1 million less than the last price tag. The difference this time […]

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Yopparai Quits Rivington Street, but Plans New Location

Posted February 10, 2021 at 5:02 am

Stricken by pandemic difficulties, Yopparai is not reopening its popular Japanese restaurant on Rivington Street. The business had closed at the onset of the pandemic last year, and struggled to make ends meet. “We tried takeout, but our menu and style wasn’t well suited for that,” ownership told us in an email. That coupled with […]

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Children’s Place on Delancey Folds for Good After 2 Decades

Posted February 2, 2021 at 5:03 am

The Lower East Side outpost of The Children’s Place closed down last month. Signage in the windows advertised a fire sale on goods, alongside messaging that January 2021 was the final month in business. While coronavirus may have exacerbated matters for the bottom line, this Children’s Place location hit the market pre-pandemic. Exactly one year […]

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