On the Market
American Bible Society has hired Cushman & Wakefield to market for sale its 12-story headquarters building at 1865 Broadway.
The site is being marketed as a development opportunity and could accommodate a building of over 300,000 square feet. The Columbus Circle site could command as much as $300 million, according to Crain’s New York, which first reported the news.
Macklowe Properties has sold the retail condominium at the base of its residential condominium conversion at 150 East 72nd Street to RFR Realty for $19.9 million, Cushman & Wakefield, the firm that represented Macklowe in the deal, announced.
The building, on the southeast corner of Lexington and 72nd Street, is configured as four individual retail storefronts, totaling 4,000 square feet of ground floor space with 900 square feet of below-grade space and more than 150 feet of retail frontage on two major thoroughfares.
Fortis Property Group has purchased 151-161 Maiden Lane for $64 million.
Cushman & Wakefield made the announcement today after a team of Helen Hwang, Nat Rockett, Steve Kohn, Jared Kelso, John LiGreci, Bruce Mosler and George Giannopoulos represented Maiden Lane Development LLC in the sale.
“151-161 Maiden Lane is an irreplaceable waterfront location, spanning an entire Read More
A partnership between Fisher Brothers and The Witkoff Group has acquired 101 Murray Street from St. John’s University for $223 million, it was announced today. The sale is the largest residential development site transaction in lower Manhattan.
“101 Murray Street is a development site like no other in Manhattan with the potential to become a truly world-class residence,” said Helen Hwang, executive vice president at Cushman & Wakefield, who represented the seller, in a prepared statement. “We are privileged to have helped St. John’s University successfully realize such an important transaction for its academic mission.”
The Newmark Grubb Knight Frank team of Barry Gosin, Brian Waterman and Romel Canete was awarded the Real Estate Board of New York’s Henry Hart Rice Award for the Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award at the trade association’s 69th annual cocktail reception yesterday evening. The deal, which was a lease for Morgan Stanley at One New York Plaza, closed in April of last year.
The judging committee evaluated 37 dealmakers across sales, lease and finance transactions over the last year. So impressive were the submissions, that a presenter at last night’s event at the 101 Club wondered aloud whether the authors of the submissions had advanced degrees in creative writing.
The new ownership of a former teddy bear factory at 497 Broome Street in SoHo is breathing new life into a building that’s available for lease for the first time since it was built in 1900, The Commercial Observer has learned.
A.M. Properties and Quality Capital have appointed Cushman & Wakefield as exclusive leasing agent Read More
Dermot Property Associates has sold a portfolio of 14 buildings in Manhattan, the Bronx and Queens for $190.5 million, The Commercial Observer has learned.
Ten of the buildings – five in Manhattan and five in the Bronx – were sold to the Parkoff Organization for $158 million, and the remaining four were sold to Douglaston Realty, said Aaron Jungreis, president of Rosewood Realty Group, who represented the buyers.
The 14 buildings were initially marketed as a package before it was determined that splitting it up was in the best interest of both the buyers and the seller.
Week In Review
71 Smith Street, a development site in Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill, is up for grabs. Cushman & Wakefield and JRT Realty Group have been tapped to market the property, a parking lot.
The 27,582-square-foot parcel is located between Schermerhorn and State Streets and allows for a 311,801 square-foot mixed-use project to be built. Up to 206,530 square feet of residential space can be raised. Another 105,271 square feet for commercial use is also zoned for the site.
New York City attracts more commercial property investment than anywhere else in the world, a report from Cushman & Wakefield released last week revealed. Gotham beat out London as the hottest investment hub, an honor it has not held since 2007.