A news article and a seating arrangement helped clear the way for the deal that the Real Estate Board of New York judged the most significant to the city’s real estate market in 2013, Commercial Observer has learned.
Peter Ripka of Ripco Real Estate won REBNY’s sought-after “most significant retail deal of the year” award last week for his brokering of Barneys New York’s move back to a 57,000-square-foot retail condo at 107 Seventh Avenue in Chelsea where the city staple had relocated from in 1997.
On an otherwise ordinary winter day last month, a group of Barneys New York executives met across the street from 101 Seventh Avenue along with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s Jeffrey Roseman to reflect on something that was in fact rather remarkable.
Barneys would officially come back to the landmark Chelsea address it had Read More
Madison Capital and Prudential Real Estate Investors have agreed to enter an $84 million joint venture to acquire 18,899 square feet of ground floor retail space at The Astor on the Upper West Side.
PREI, the real estate investment management and advisory arm of Prudential Financial, is acting on behalf of German institutional investors in the U.S. Property Fund V.
Luxury retailer Barneys has announced plans to return to Chelsea with a 57,000-square-foot downtown flagship at the store’s original location at 101 Seventh Avenue.
The new store, slated to open in 2017, will consist of five floors at space now occupied by discount department store Loehmann’s, which has filed for bankruptcy.
Trevi Health Capital will be moving a block north in Midtown.
The specialist investment firm that provides healthcare-focused alternative asset management will be relocating their offices from 110 East 59th Street to a block north at 660 Madison Avenue. The firm will trade in their office on the 33rd floor in favor of an 8,000-square-foot space on the 15th floor of 660 Madison.
A bit of economic certainty and some love from Lady Gaga apparently added more than $2 million of value to a SoHo property that just traded hands at 29 Greene Street.
The commercial building, home to a creative media firm that reportedly worked with pop star Lady Gaga, sold for $6.1 million, city records show.
The two-story, 3,700-square-foot property is leased to Two Hustlers, which creates content for the fashion, art, music and gaming industries and birthed a Gaga Constellation interactive window display for Barney’s in 2011, according to a report in Crain’s in October 2012 announcing that the property had hit the market for $6.5 million.