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  • April 2019 New York Buildings For Sale
  • Buildings For Sale: AEW Capital Management is looking to sell its boutique office building at 360 Lexington Avenue. The Boston-based investment firm put the 26-story building at the corner of Lexington and East 40th Street on the market with a price around $190 million A pair of office buildings in the Garment District is on the market with an asking price of $140 million, which span more than 200,000 square feet combined. The larger of the two buildings, 142 West 36th Street, is 17 stories tall on the block between Seventh Avenue and Broadway with a total of 119,203 square ...

  • November 2018 New York Buildings For Sale
  • NYC Buildings For Sale: Barnett’s Extell Development put the 600-unit building at 555 10th Avenue on the market with an asking price of $775 million. The owners of 417 Park Avenue are making another push to co-op the apartment building. 417 Park is a 13-story building that has fielded interest from a number of buyers in recent years, including a $250 million offer from Kushner Companies. Trinity Real Estate is looking to ground lease one of its Hudson Square development sites in a deal that could be worth $180 million or more. Trinity Church put the development site at the ...

  • June 2018 New York Buildings For Sale
  • New York Buildings for sale: An entity managed by hedge funder Mark Sonnino is selling 555 West 25th Streets office property for $52 million, four years after paying $27 million in an all-cash deal. The six-story loft building has just over 51,000 rentable square feet. The Church of Saint Monica, at 413 East 79th Street, plans to sell 102,170 square feet of development rights at 406 East 80th Street to 79 East Owner LLC, an entity tied to Extell Development for around $35.8 million. The deal comes with an option for Extell to purchase an additional 6,748 square feet of ...

  • March 2018 New York Buildings For Sale
  • New York Buildings for sale: HNA Group will put $4 billion in U.S. properties on the market, including 245 Park Avenue, the Manhattan office tower it paid $2.2 billion for just last year. The Roe Corporation is looking to sell the 131,000-square-foot development site with approved plans for a 45-story condominium-and-hotel tower overlooking City Hall Park at 267 Broadway. Ares Management is looking to sell its 50% stake in a Greenwich Village office building at 799 Broadway that its partner Normandy Real Estate Partners is planning to demolish and replace with a ground-up, Class-A office building. The sale of the ...

  • December 2017 New York Buildings For Sale
  • New York Buildings For Sale: Isaac Chetrit is looking to sell off a pair of office buildings. Chetrit and partner Sioni Group are asking around $190 million and $200 million for the properties at 15 West 47th Street and 22 West 48th Street. Brookfield Property Partners is looking to sell its 2.3 million-square-foot office tower at One Liberty Plaza in Lower Manhattan, which could trade for as much as $1.6 billion. Offers on the Park Lane Hotel were due, but no buyers showed up willing to pay the $1 billion the property was expected to obtain. The 47-story hotel overlooking ...

  • September 2017 New York Commercial Real Estate Market Report
  • Office: In July, 3.2 million square feet of office space was leased, up 10.2% from July 2015. Pricing stayed relatively flat, at $73.12 per square foot. Downtown’s office 7.5% rent increased to $63.33 per square foot. Retail: Soho has been hit hard with availability rate soaring to 23.1% in the second quarter of this year. Asking rents for ground-floor retail space in the neighborhood also decreased 12% from the end of 2015 to $478 per square foot. Upper East Side has 82 empty storefronts along Madison, Lexington, Third and Second Avenues between 57th and 96th streets. Third Avenue between East ...

  • March 2017 New York Commercial Real Estate Market Report
  • Manhattan Office: Manhattan’s office-leasing market started strong with tenants signing 4.5 million square feet of leases in January, an increase around 70% from last year. Sixth Avenue had four of the top five deals in January. Manhattan absorption was positive at 440,000 square feet. The market’s average asking rent climbed to $73.40 per square foot. Manhattan ended 2016 with more than 33 million square feet of leasing activity, a 5.5% increase over 2015 but absorption turned negative for the first time since 2009, as activity failed to keep up with additional new supply. Office landlords are going to have a ...

  • March 2017 New York New Developments
  • New York Major Developments: The city is taking another attempt at rezoning the Garment District, a move that will likely rollback rules that require landlords to lease a portion of their building to the fashion industry. The possible rezoning is connected to the Mayor’s plans to build a new manufacturing campus in Brooklyn. The Bloomberg administration tried to rezone the Garment District in 2009, but stopped the plan due to opposition. In the fourth quarter of 2016, absorption rate was negative in all three Manhattan office submarkets: Downtown, Midtown, and Midtown South for a total net absorption of negative 277,988 ...

  • November 2016 New York New Developments
  • New York Major Developments: Construction spending in New York City is expected to soar to $127.5 billion by the end of 2018, showing that the building boom still has legs. Predictions that spending will reach $43.1 billion in 2016, a 26% increase from 2015’s construction spending in 2017 is projected to reach $42.1 billion and then $42.3 billion in 2018. Non-residential construction of $17 billion projected in 2016, a 27% increase from last year. Office construction accounts for 20 million square feet of new space will be added over the next five years, much of it in Hudson Yards. Tishman ...

  • August 2016 New York Buildings For Sale
  • Buildings For Sale: The Blackstone Group is shopping its 665,000-square-foot office tower at 1065 Sixth Avenue and hopes to get as much as $700 million. ABC Carpet & Home is shopping around its property at 880-888 Broadway, an office-and-retail condominium that could get upwards of $200 million, or over $2,600 per square foot. ABC has owned and fully occupied the six-story, 76,400-square-foot building since 1981. The property has a 20,600-square-foot retail condo and a 55,800-square-foot condo for office and manufacturing space. It is still not clear if ABC Carpet would vacate upon selling the building or make a sale-leaseback agreement. ...

  • June 2014 New York Buildings For Sale
  • New York Buildings For Sale The Rubin Museum of Art is looking to sell a Chelsea development site that delivers more than 70,000 buildable square feet of space. The site, which is now a seven-story building, is expected to go for $60 million. The site at 115 Seventh Avenue near West 17th Street is most valuable as a condominium-and-retail project. Thus, the current structure would have to be demolished.A local investment company that has for decades owned a building which houses a drug abuse treatment facility has put the property on the market. Many in the industry think the property ...

  • May 2014 New York New Developments
  • Major Developments Duane Reade recently vacated a location next to department store H&M; and is now on the market. The unofficial asking rent for the property is nearly $8 million per year. Commune Hotels & Resorts, a San Francisco-based joint partnership between Thompson Hotels and Joie De Vivre Hotels, has plans to develop two more hotels in Manhattan. One will operate under the Thompson Hotel brand, while the other will have a different hotel brand. The properties, for which Commune has already inked deals, are looking to open in 2016. The lineup for Westfield Group’s central shopping hall within the ...

  • April 2012 New York New Developments
  • New Developments A joint venture partnership including New York Ace Hotel owner and GFI Capital Resources Group Gross’ GB Lodging is set to puchase the Temple Court building, a nine-story city landmark at 5 Beekman Street formerly owned by the Chetrit Group and Bonjour Capital.Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed a bill to declare a formal state of emergency in New York City with regard to housing, allowing him to extend rent regulations for another three year even thought there is a Supreme Court challenge The mayor cited a citywide residential vacancy rate of 3.5 percent. Legally, rent regulations must be terminated ...

  • December 2011 New York Buildings For Sale
  • NYC Buildings For Sale A Times Square Hotel, the 47-room Hotel 41 at 206 West 41st Street, will be auctioned Dec. 5, after lender Crane, A.G., a 50 percent owner of the hotel, filed to foreclose on developer Benjamin Soleimani's interest in the property. The 11,562-square-foot Hotel 41 building, on a side street just below Times Square, was purchased by Soleiman's 206 West 41st Street Hotel Associates in 2008 and underwent a complete transformation by architect Andrew Pollack and Soleimani with ultra-modern interiors. ATCO is selling the Atlas Terminals, an industrial park adjacent to the Atlas Park mall it developed ...

  • February 2011 New York Buildings For Sale
  • New York City Buildings sold Related Cos. closed on the acquisition of Rector Square, the Battery Park City condominium that was foreclosed on by Anglo Irish Bank, for $82.8 million. Anglo Irish bought the unsold shares of the condo at an auction of the 304-unit building at 225 Rector Place for the same amount of money, and sold the property to Related, which had been managing the property for nearly 1.5 years after the lender filed to foreclose on former developer Yair Levy.Brack Capital Real Estate USA has sold the retail portion of its residential development at 15 Union Square ...

  • June 2009 New York Buildings For Sale
  • Manhattan Buildings sold A second-floor duplex at the Plaza Hotel Residences sold for $2,751 per square foot, about half the price that similarly sized units were closing for last year. The three-bedroom unit with 4,283 square feet was sold by the developer, Elad Properties, to a company called Paradeplatz Ltd. for $11.786 million. The condo faces Central Park in the rehabilitated hotel at 768 Fifth Avenue. The Windermere has been sold to Windermere Property LLC, a company that made an agreement with the city to repair the landmarked building. The former owner and Tokyo-based developer Toa Construction had reached a ...

  • November 2008 New York New Developments
  • New DevelopmentsIn the last few days, banks have begun lending to one another, signifying a thaw in credit markets that have been frozen for weeks. But despite those promising signs, a chill still seems to be pervading the commercial real estate market. The inability to line up financing has scuttled some major building and lease sales in the past few months, one such example is 17 State Street in the Financial District.With Lehman Brothers locked in bankruptcy, many real estate firms do not have financing to complete construction, meet lease obligations or pay vendors to complete sales, raising the prospect ...

  • February 2008 New York Buildings For Sale
  • NYC Buildings For SaleGM building Sale. The sale for the GM building could be in doubt as buyers are scared away by the pending lawsuit from Sheldon Solow. Developer Harry Macklowe is trying to sell the General Motors Building to pay off massive debts that are soon due. People wait to see who might try to buy the 50-story tower. Sheldon Solow, Larry Silverstein, Vornado CEO Steven Roth, and Tishman Speyer CEO Jerry Speyer. Bidding is expected to begin at $3.5 billion, and the property might not even sell. A recapitalization could be all that happens in the end. A ...

  • June 2007 New York New Developments
  • New DevelopmentsNew York City New Construction:Skyline Developers will construct a 150,000 foot luxury high rise building at 1831-1839 Third Avenue (corner of 79th Street).Ian Shrager

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